Are you ready for the Super Bowl of quizzes?! When it comes to the NFL, there are tons of players who've helped give value to your favorite teams. Not only have they solidified a place in record books and the Hall of Fame, but they've built franchises. While there are singular positions that get more limelight than others, football is very obviously a team sport. From quarterbacks to wide receivers, we'll give you three players. Can you name the team?
First beginning as the American Professional Football Association in 1920, the organization received a facelift when it changed its name to the National Football League (NFL) in 1922. What started out as its own league would later combine with the American Football League (AFL) in 1966. As of 2018, the NFL now consists of 32 teams separated into the NFC and AFC divisions. In the 98 years of its history, the NFL has seen players and franchises that have shaped the way of the sport. Lists of record-holding quarterbacks can't be made without Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, and Tom Brady. Jerry Rice and Emmitt Smith lead the way in most career touchdowns. While these players have made a name for themselves, they have also helped boost their franchise during the height of their careers. Can you name the team when given its players?
Joe Montana and Jerry Rice played for which California team? Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers played QB for which 13-time Super Bowl Championship team? If you can answer these questions, you're ready for this quiz! Will you be scoring a touchdown or will you get tackled before you reach the end zone? Let's find out!
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