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100

This position is usually responsible for making plays and passing the ball.

Quarterback 

100

Endzone 

The area at either side of the field in which you score. 
100

How many downs does the offense get per 10 yards.

4

100

Seattle's Team 

Seahawks 

100

What two sports does football come from? 

Rugby and Soccer 

200

This position is responsible for running and receiving the ball. 

Wide Receiver

200

Snap or Hike.

The start of a play.

200

Who can pass the line of scrimmage before the play has started?

No one

200

The Cardinals 

Arizona

200
When (about) was the first game of football?

1869

300

This position is responsible for keeping an eye out for anyone that has the possibility of catching the ball.

Cornerback 

300

Down

The start of a play.

300

Which way can you hand off a ball?

Side to side. You cannot handoff a ball forward of backward

300

This team is from Wisconsin

Green Bay Packers 

300

How many teams are in the NFL

32

400

This position is a bit of everything. They run, catch, block, and occasionally pass. 

Running back or Halfback

400

Fumble 

Losing possession of the ball.

400

When is a ball considered "dead"

When the ball hits the ground

When a flag has been pulled 

When the ball carrier steps out of bounds

When any body part of the ball carrier, other than feet touch the ground

400

This team was previously from California, they are now from Los Vegas 

Raiders

400

About how many pounds of chips are eaten while watching the Super Bowl?

11 Million Pounds 

500

This position blocks most of the time but when an opportunity arises they can break from the line and catch a pass.

Tight End 

500

Backfield 

The area behind the line of scrimmage.

500

What do penalties result in?

Defense automatically receives a first down.

Offensive penalty results in Defense losing a down and defense receives 10 yards. 

500

The Buccaneers 

Tampa Bay Florida

500

What are the Baltimore Ravens named after? 

Edgar Allen Poe's "The Raven"

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