NFL Quarterbacks
NFL Runningbacks
NFL Rules
NFL Wide Receivers
NFL Superbowl
100
This Quarterback was nicknamed Captain America.
Roger Staubach
100
This player made the earth shake
Marshan Lynch
100
This is basically holding down, grabbing, pushing, roughing a player from receiving the ball.
Pass Interference
100
This player made the greatest catch in NFL History in 2014.
Odell Beckham Jr
100
This team won Super Bowl XLVI
New York Giants-MVP Eli Manning
200
This Quarterback has led the 49ers to four NFL Championships.
Joe Montana
200
This player made the longest run of his career in 2014 against the Cardinals.
Marshan Lynch
200
This referee signal is used with two hands on his hips.
Offside
200
This player is in the top of all receivers with 1,698 receiving yards.
Antonio Brown
200
This player won the MVP of Super Bowl XLVII
Joe Flaco
300
This Quarterback tied the rookie record in 2012
Russel Wilson
300
This player averaged of 1,845 rushing yards in the 2014 season.
DeMarco Murray
300
This referee signal is used with palms together above the head.
Safety
300
This receiver was with the seahawks until he was traded to the Lions.
Golden Tate
300
This player has appeared in six Super Bowls and won four.
Tom Brady
400
Tom Brady replaced this quarterback due to an injury.
Drew Bledsoe
400
This player is tied with DeMarco Murray with TDs in a season.
Marshan Lynch
400
This is called when the ball has not snapped on time.
Delay of Game
400
This receiver made the game winning catch in the NFC Championship game
Jermaine Kerse
400
This team has won six Super Bowls
Pittsburgh Steelers
500

This number was not allowed to be worn by a Quarterback.

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500
This running back was selected by the Packers with the 61st pick in the 2nd round.
Eddie Lacy
500
This penalty has a caused the team to lose both a down and ten yards.
Forward pass
500
This player tops all Tight ends in the NFL.
Rob Gronk
500

This team blew a 28-3 lead in the Super Bowl to the Tom Brady left patriots 

Atlanta Falcons 

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