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Groups of Eleven

Name the members of these famous groups of eleven.
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Last updated: August 29, 2015
First submittedJuly 25, 2013
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American Football Positions
(offense, typical)
Wide Receiver
Left Tackle
Left Guard
Center
Quarterback
Fullback
Halfback
Right Guard
Right Tackle
Tight End
Wide Receiver
 
Confederate States
South Carolina
Mississippi
Florida
Alabama
Georgia
Louisiana
Texas
Virginia
Arkansas
Tennessee
North Carolina
People on US Currency
(circulating)
Abraham Lincoln
Thomas Jefferson
Franklin D. Roosevelt
George Washington
John F. Kennedy
Sacagawea
Susan B. Anthony
Alexander Hamilton
Andrew Jackson
Ulysses S. Grant
Benjamin Franklin
 
Countries that Start with A
Afghanistan
Albania
Algeria
Andorra
Angola
Antigua and Barbuda
Argentina
Armenia
Australia
Austria
Azerbaijan
Elements that are Gasses
(at room temperature)
Hydrogen
Helium
Nitrogen
Oxygen
Fluorine
Neon
Chlorine
Argon
Krypton
Xenon
Radon
 
Ocean's 11 Actors (2001)
George Clooney
Bernie Mac
Brad Pitt
Elliot Gould
Casey Affleck
Scott Caan
Eddie Jemison
Don Cheadle
Shaobo Qin
Carl Reiner
Matt Damon
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level 73
Aug 13, 2013
In the countries of the world quiz, just typing "Antigua" works. I never bothered to type "Antigua and Barbuda" and missed it thinking it was an oversight by the Quizmaster. I should have never doubted the Quizmaster...but perhaps allow "Antigua" for consistancy?
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level ∞
Aug 13, 2013
Embarrassing mistake on my part. Fixed!
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level 51
Aug 13, 2013
wide receiver is listed twice.
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level 70
Aug 13, 2013
Because on the field you have two wide receivers. There on 11 men on the field on both sides of the ball and you always have at least 2 wide receivers.
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level 40
Aug 13, 2013
Guard and Tackle are up there twice too. But they get called Left and Right. Receivers are still receivers regardless of the side they line up on.
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level 67
Mar 14, 2019
This might just be my ignorance of how football works, but shouldn't a running back be part of a typical offence for a football team?
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level 67
Mar 14, 2019
to answer my own question: a half back is a running back
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level 68
Apr 6, 2019
That said, this offensive lineup is no longer "typical" and virtually nobody refers to a running back as a halfback anymore. It might be better to speak of it as "traditional." Even those teams who carry a true fullback only use that player as such in very particular situations - and probably no more than a handful of times a game. Three and four wideout- or two tight end-sets are both more common, as is the use of an "H-back." Even the three and four (or five)-wideout sets feature players who are more properly referred to as in "slot" positions.
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level 48
Aug 13, 2013
Isnt FDR on the dime?
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level 70
Aug 13, 2013
He is on the dime. Kennedy is on the 50 cent piece.
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level 38
Aug 14, 2013
The US Currency is very confusing as most the Presidents are on the Gold Dollar coins like Anthony and Sacagawea. Madison, Van Buren, Polk...
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level 77
Aug 14, 2013
oh man, how'd I miss Hamilton. Should have remembered Lazy Sunday.. it's all about the Hamiltons baby
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level 77
Nov 2, 2013
i wasted so much time trying to get the football lineman correct. I put in tackle and guard, nothing. I put in offensive guard and O tackle, nothing. I put in left/right offensive tackle and left/right offensive guard, nothing. come on! one of those variations should count. Especially if you are going to be sloppy enough to accept ten for tight end :)
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level 77
Jan 20, 2014
The Susan B. Anthony dollar coin has not been minted since 1999 and is no longer current. It has been replaced by the Sacagawea dollar coin and the Presidential dollar coin series.
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level 76
May 15, 2014
What about the Eisenhower dollar? If the Anthony dollar is allowed, I think the Eisenhower dollar should be, also.
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level 44
Aug 20, 2014
Yes!! Eisenhower for sure!!
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level 69
Aug 29, 2017
Yes. Eisenhower.
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level 55
Mar 28, 2019
actually they make circulating commemoratives every year
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level 72
Jun 26, 2014
11/11, 11/11, 11/11, 11/11, 11/11, 4/11 - and should have been 3/11 but when I typed Affleck hoping maybe Ben was in it I got credit for Casey.
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level 66
Sep 19, 2014
Apparently I've taken this quiz twice now (don't remember taking it the first time, but that's OK), and I've missed Austria both times. Now how the heck do I get Antigua & Barbuda both times, but miss Austria? Let alone TWICE!? I'm so ashamed of myself. :(
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level 45
Dec 7, 2014
There are more people who know what a tight end is than people who know that oxygen is a gas. Okay.
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level 79
Aug 23, 2015
Read the previous comments.
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level 28
Oct 1, 2015
I believe the currency category should be removed from the quiz, considering that the mints started producing golden dollars for all of the US presidents.
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level 69
Oct 5, 2015
Difficult test for people oustside the US. No clue about American Football, and I could only guess for the US presidents and Confederate states.
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level 69
Jul 29, 2016
American here. I also know nothing about American football haha :)
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level 63
Apr 6, 2019
I think everybody knows quarterback, and probably texas, but thats about it.
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level 75
Apr 6, 2019
American football is certifiably boring with it's endless non-playing times, but not as boring as soccer with it's endless non-scoring times.
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level 67
May 3, 2019
Agreed @Rocamoror. I looked at the quiz, saw the first two categories and decided not to bother. Very American centric, which I understand is 'target audience' as far as this site is concerned but the first two categories are not really ones that those of us from outside North America have much hope of guessing.
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level 69
Jul 29, 2016
Wide receiver is listed twice - not sure whether this is a mistake or just me not understanding my country's most popular sport
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level 76
Jan 29, 2017
There should be eleven players on the field, but some of them are the same positions just on opposite sides of the field. This is the basic lineup for the offensive line going from left to right. The quarterback is in the middle a little behind the line, the center is in front of the QB (the center snaps the ball to the quarterback) there are wide receivers on both ends, etc. It was a little confusing to me at first, too, even though our son played college football.
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level 74
Feb 20, 2017
What's the ordering of confederate states? Random to make it more difficult or something else?
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level 70
Feb 21, 2017
In secession order, I believe.
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level 77
Oct 2, 2017
yes it's by order of secession.
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level 15
Apr 19, 2017
!00% with 17 sec left!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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level 54
Aug 23, 2017
It threw me off when it wouldn't take Antigua...I didn't think to type in "and Barbuda" with it.
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level 33
Apr 25, 2018
John F. Kennedy is on a half dollar or dollar or something
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level 44
May 6, 2018
Half dollar
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level 68
Feb 12, 2019
38/66 with zero for the section on "Ocean 11", whatever that may be. Looking at the results, I may not be alone.
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level 63
Mar 28, 2019
Yeah, so strange. Why would anyone know a movie that movie that made hundreds of millions of dollars with a cast full of A-list actors that's a remake of a movie that starred A-list entertainers from their own respective era? Crazy!!
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level 43
Mar 14, 2019
Was Julia Roberts in Oceans 11?
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level 73
Mar 14, 2019
Yes, but it is asking for the "11" in Ocean's 11. She's not one of the 11.