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!
Answer: Running Back
Doak Walker (1927-1998) has been inducted into both the College Football and Pro Football halls of fame. He played halfback, and accordingly the award named after him is given to college football's premiere running back.
Answer: Rodney Peete
Holly Robinson-Peete is best known for her roles on "21 Jump Street" and "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper". She married 16-year quarterback Rodney Peete in 1995.
Answer: Walter Payton
During his reign in the 70's and 80's, Walter "Sweetness" Payton (1954-1999), a running back, set a number of offensive records.
The ensure mental and physical readiness, players must have left high school at least three years before being eligible to play in the NFL.
Answer: Randy Moss
Legendary wide receiver Randy Moss was so talented athletically that apparently he could have pursued basketball as a career over football if he had so chose.
NFL teams are allowed to have up to 53 players on their rosters, of which 46 are eligible to play on game day.
The World Wrestling Federation (WWF) teamed up with NBC to present the XFL for its sole season, which was 2001. Vince McMahon will relaunch the league in 2020.
Answer: Steve Young
Steve Young, who is best known for leading the San Francisco 49ers from 1987 to 1999, is the only leftie quarterback in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Answer: Junior Seau
Junior Seau, who committed suicide in 2012, was at the time suffering from degenerative brain disease due to the repeated hits he took while playing for the NFL.
Field goals, which are scored by kicking the ball through the goal posts on a fourth down, give the team who successfully pulls one off three points.