Football has a long, rich history which spans over a hundred years. And whether you are new to the sport or have been an avid fan for innumerable years, TriviaQN is here to pose a challenge to your knowledge base and along the way add even more knowledge to your playbook. So without further ado, we present to you our Football Trivia - a test worthy enough to make even John Madden proud!
More information: The foamy NERF football, a favorite amongst children, was created in 1972 by former Minnesota Vikings' kicker Fred Cox, who still receives quarterly checks from the company due to this invention.
More information: The center is usually stationed directly in the middle of the offensive line, and it is his job to hand the ball to the quarterback.
Answer: $5 Million
More information: CBS is charging advertisers a little over $5 million for a 30-second slot during Super Bowl LIII (53).
Answer: Deion Sanders
More information: "Neon" Deion Sanders lost the World Series as a member of the Atlanta Braves but won the Super Bowl twice playing with the San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys.
More information: The area behind the line of scrimmage, which usually consists of the quarterback and running backs, is called the backfield.
Answer: Seattle Seahawks
More information: The Nordstrom family of Nordstrom department stores owned the Seahawks from 1974 to 1988.
More information: Mexico City hosted the Arizona Cardinals versus the San Francisco 49ers in October of 2005. At the time it set a record for attendance at an NFL game with over 103,000 spectators.
Answer: Super Bowl XXIX
More information: Super Bowl XXIX, played in 1995 between the San Francisco 49ers and San Diego Chargers, featured the two teams scoring a combined 75 points, with the 49ers emerging victorious by a score of 49 to 26.
More information: High schools, colleges and the NFL tend to use some shade of yellow for goal posts.
Answer: Tom Brady
More information: During his illustrious NFL career with the New England Patriots which has thus far run 18 years, Tom Brady has built up a résumé which has some supporting the idea of him being the greatest quarterback of all time.