In 1940, when the Chicago Bears were known as 'Monsters of the Midway,' they defeated the Washington Redskins in the NFL’s most lopsided championship game. What was the score?
Which player scored the winning touchdown for the Colts in the famous 1958 championship game, the first sudden death playoff game in league history?
What is the only NFL team that has never had a logo of any kind on its helmets?
What former league MVP has gone on to become a state Supreme Court justice in Minnesota?
One of the most descriptive nicknames in pro football history belonged to flanker Elroy Hirsch of the Los Angeles Rams. What was it?
Which expansion team played the most games before getting its first win?
Which one of the following teams began its existence in the old American Football League?
Who is the only player selected as a Super Bowl MVP from a losing team?
Who is the last Hall of Famer to play on both offense and defense?
What was the temperature during the coldest NFL game ever played, the famous 1967 “Ice Bowl” championship game played in Green Bay?
Which one of the following innovations is not credited to Paul Brown, who coached the Browns and Bengals?
Which city has hosted the most Super Bowls?
The NFL was founded during a meeting in what kind of business?
Who was the NFL’s first president (later called commissioner)?
Which Hall of Fame quarterback was famous for wearing black high-top cleats?
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