Answer: Steve Young
More information: 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.
More information: The four teams who have yet to compete in a Super Bowl are the Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans and Jacksonville Jaguars, with the latter having just been added to the NFL respectively in 2002 and 1995.
Answer: Max Starks
More information: The University of Florida produced many great players, amongst them former Steelers' lineman Max Starks, who is 6-foot-8 and weighs in at 350 pounds.
More information: Shannon Eastin, a replacement official, got this opportunity due to the full-time referees going on strike in 2012.
Answer: Peyton Manning
More information: Peyton Manning of the Indianapolis Colts has won the MVP Award a record five times (2003, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2013).
Answer: Rob Gronkowski
More information: Rob Gronkowski was the cover athlete for the 2017 edition of Electronic Arts' "Madden NFL", which the Madden franchise being the most-popular amongst NFL-based videogame.
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 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: Dallas Cowboys
More information: The Cowboys do not actually play in Dallas but at AT&T Stadium in nearby Arlington, Texas.
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.