NFL Teams
Positions
Well-known quarterbacks
100

Proud fighters of the British.

The New England Patriots

100

There are two of this position, one on each side of the center. They are often required to run the farthest on running plays and need to have decent speed and quickness for their size.

Guard

100

This Ravens' QB (#8) is said to have "a rocket of an arm"

Lamar Jackson

200

This team in Wisconsin is known for its loyal fans and its former coach, Vince Lombardi.

The Greenbay Packers

200

As the name describes, he lines up in the middle, snaps the ball to the quarterback, and starts the play.

Center

200

This Cowboys' quarterback (and pointguard), even after injuring his ankle in his fifth season, is said to be irreplaceable.  

Dak Prescott

300

This team is from a city with high altitudes (which is why kick-offs here travel much farther than in other cities)

The Denver Broncos

300

This player gets the ball at the start of the play and must be able to throw the football well and have the leadership skills necessary to command the offense.

Quarterback

300

This Buccaneers' quarterback is known for his precision, deep-ball passing, and being "one of the smartest to play the position."

Tom Brady
400

This team boasts a dog named Chomps as the mascot, who stands 6'1" and wears a jersey with a "00", and another dog mascot named Bruno.

The Cleveland Browns

400

These players need to be good at catching passes and blocking blitzing linebackers.

Running back

400

This Seahawk's quarterback threw a career-high 40 touch-down's in 2020.

Russell Wilson

500

This purple northern team boasts a bird mascot.

The Baltimore Ravens

500

Along with defensive cornerbacks, these players are usually the fastest on the field. They must be agile and quick enough to shake defenders who are trying to cover them and be able to reliably catch the football.

Wide receiver

500

This Chiefs' quarterback is said to offer the tantalizing combination of "youth, size (6'3"), effortless arm talent, early-career production (114 touchdowns), and postseason familiarity (3 AFC title games and 2 Super Bowls in 3 years as a starter)."

Patrick Mahomes

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