The NFL implemented its mandatory-helmet rule in 1943, and at that time leather was the standard material for their composition. However shortly after, in 1949, plastic helmets, which are still used today complemented with much-better technology, were introduced.
Answer: Super Bowl XXIX
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.
Answer: Russell White
Despite being one of the greatest players in the history of the University of Berkley, California Golden Bears, Russell White only played a single season in the NFL, which was 1993 with the Los Angeles Rams.
The phrase "I'm going to Disneyland" or "I'm going to Disney World" are a ubiquitous part of on-field Super Bowl celebrations.
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: Mike Ditka
Ditka won as a player with the Cowboys in 1971, assistant coach with the same club in 1972 and head coach of the Chicago Bears in 1985.
A touchdown is worth six points. Afterwards the scoring team has a chance to kick for an extra point or go for an extra two points from short yardage.
Answer: 10 Yards
The two end zones are 10 yards each, thus making the total NFL field 120 yards in total.
Paul Hubbard (1871-1946) suffered from deafness. He created the huddle so that he can hear teammates better and hide plays from the defending squad.
The NFL is made up of two conferences, each with four divisions. So there are eight divisions in total.