Answer: American Professional Football Association
More information: Formed in 1920, the American Professional Football Association (APFA) was the previous name of the NFL until 1922, when it was changed to its current name.
More information: 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.
More information: The first game of football was an intercollegiate match between Rutgers and Princeton that was played on 6 November 1869.
Answer: Chicken Wings
More information: On average Americans eat about 1.3 billion chicken wings annually on Super Bowl Sunday!
Answer: 44 years
More information: The Arizona Cardinals went from 1947 to 1998 without making the playoffs.
More information: Michael Jackson performed at halftime of Super Bowl XXVII in 1993, which was the first time the halftime show featured only one performer.
Answer: Ryan Leaf
More information: Ryan Leaf was selected second-overall in the 1998 NFL Draft by the San Diego Chargers yet managed to win only 4 games in 18 attempts as their starting quarterback. His career ended after only four disappointing seasons.
Answer: Chicago Bears
More information: Soldier Field, home of the Chicago Bears, first opened in 1924 and was renovated in 2001.
Answer: Jerry Rice
More information: The immortal Jerry Rice, who played wide receiver, currently holds the record at 303 games, the most for a player who wasn't a kicker or punter.
More information: Though played in February of 2016, Super Bowl 50 featured the champions from the 2015 season.