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Do You Know Which Team These Famous NFL Duos Played For?
by Gavin Thagard
NFL

Touchdown, Patriots! Or is it the Colts? Maybe we're talking about the Giants or Cowboys. In the NFL, there are countless duos who are responsible for hundreds of victories. Can you match these players to their teams?

The NFL was originally founded in 1920 as the American Professional Football Conference. It would go on to become the NFL with 32 teams divided into the two conferences: National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC). In its 97 year history, the league has seen many star players shape the face of the sport. How many of these players can you match to their team?

While basketball is big on the concept of the Big 3, the NFL is dominated by dynamic duos. In the NBA, their star players can hold any position, but in the NFL, their duos usually hold one of three positions. The quarterback is always calling the shots, but this duo wouldn't be complete without the wide receiver or tight end. 

Can you remember which quarterback and wide receiver led the Patriots to an undefeated season in 2007? Peyton Manning and Reggie Wayne led which team to the Super Bowl XLI championship?

Will you score a touchdown with this quiz? Or will you fumble your way through? There's only one way to find out. 

Hut, hut, hike!

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