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Clue
Answer
A
College team led by Bear Bryant
B
Coach / hoodie enthusiast
C
Darrelle Revis's position
D
Head coach of the '85 Bears
E
QB who played in 5 Super Bowls
F
All-time leader in
interceptions thrown
G
All-time receiving yards leader
among TE's
H
Trophy for the best college player
I
Franco Harris's
famous catch in 1972
Immaculate
Reception
J
Fastest player in Tecmo Bowl
K
Quarterback who refused to
stand for the National Anthem
L
The Frozen Tundra
M
Calvin Johnson's nickname
Clue
Answer
N
Defensive lineman who lines up
opposite the center
Nose Tackle
O
Former Houston team
P
Deion Sanders's nickname
Q
Tom Brady's position
R
Montana's favorite target
S
Bears' stadium
T
1920's NFL star and
Olympic decathlon champ
U
Colts quarterback 1956-1972
V
University of Tennessee team name
W
2015 Defensive Player of the Year
X
Y
Three _____ and a cloud of dust
Z
Opposite of man defense
Answer Stats
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level 77
Jul 17, 2013
It's not really called a "man" defense when receivers are covered individually. "One-on-one" or "man to man" are more appropriate terms, although it's not really accurate to call either the opposite of the zone. In my mind, at least, the opposite of the zone defense is "a winning football strategy".
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level 52
Oct 18, 2013
You don't know very much football, do you?
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level 66
Jun 19, 2014
It's referred to as "man" coverage in pretty much every football game I've ever seen.
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level 37
Jul 21, 2017
FAIL
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level 67
Oct 18, 2013
College which discontinued football in 1973 = "Xavier"
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level 44
Oct 18, 2013
Or "defunct competitor to NFL - XFL"
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level 59
Feb 6, 2018
they won't be defunct soon.
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level 54
May 6, 2014
Or "Term used refering to plays - Xs and Os"
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level 70
Oct 5, 2017
Gaming system many kids use to play football in lieu of getting off their behinds and going outside and actually playing the game - Xbox.
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level 70
Oct 5, 2017
Eventual label for anyone who attempts to coach the Cleveland Browns - X-coach :-)
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level 32
Feb 6, 2018
or a pornographic video or movie - XXX
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level 26
Feb 6, 2018
Everyone on the internet knows about that.
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level 70
Feb 6, 2018
Just use "He Hate Me" for the XFL clue.
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level 75
Oct 22, 2013
What is a "could" of dust?
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level ∞
Oct 23, 2013
A typo!
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level 72
Nov 28, 2016
Hall of Famer Jim Kelly would be a much better use for the K. Kaepernick is a crappy QB. Watt is a top player, but maybe Reggie White or Bill Walsh or Rod Woodson for W.
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level 62
Feb 6, 2018
Actually, I thought the range of questions was really well done. As for Kaepernick, running qbs with 16 tds and 4 picks - yeah, those are a dime a dozen.
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level 70
Oct 5, 2017
Got Tony Gonzalez only after trying Antonio Gates, and then Rob Gronkowski. Didn't realize so many top all-time Tight Ends' last names started with "G". It's a shame Gonzalez never got to play in a Super Bowl.
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level 55
Feb 6, 2018
Gonzalez was just so good for so long. I think he might be second all-time among all receivers in pass catches (behind Jerry Rice). Gates and Gronk are both great, but they'll need to stay great for a long time to catch Gonzalez. I bet Jason Witten is way up there too.
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level 66
Feb 6, 2018
I believe Gates has more tds than Gonzalez. Both great long term tight ends
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level 58
Feb 6, 2018
Could Bill Belichick be accepted for B
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level 45
Feb 6, 2018
this really needs an update. Brady played in his fifth super bowl in 2011. he's played in three more since then.
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level 49
Feb 6, 2018
But B is already taken by Belichick. There is only one answer for each letter.
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level 72
Feb 6, 2018
I wish more people knew about Jim Thorpe who was coached by "Pop" Warner. Check out the movie, "Jim Thorpe - All American." I'm glad they gave his Olympic medals back even if it was 30 years after his death.
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level 21
Feb 6, 2018
I never tried (and failed) to spell Lambeau as much as I did for this quiz. Lembo, Lambo, Lembeau
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