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100

This Stanford quarterback was drafted first overall in the 2012 NFL Draft.

Andrew Luck

100

The Giants have won this number of Superbowls.

4

100

This player led the NFL in regular-season rushing touchdowns in back-to-back years in 2018 and 2019.

Derrick Henry

100

This player won the 2008 NFL regular season MVP.

Adrian Peterson

100

In the 2014 NFC Divisional game between the Cowboys and Packers, this wide receiver "dropped" a potential game-winning touchdown.

Dez Bryant

200

This player holds the record for the fastest NFL Combine 40-yard dash time for a running back.

Chris Johnson

200

The New York Giants retired jersey number 16 in honour of what former player?

Frank Gifford

200

This player holds the record for the highest quarterback rating (QBR) in a single season. 

Aaron Rodgers

200

This player won MVP of Super Bowl XLVII.

Joe Flacco

200
In the 2012 AFC Divisional game between the Ravens and Broncos, this wide receiver caught a 70-yard touchdown to send the game to OT.

Jacoby Jones

300

This University of Alabama wide receiver was drafted by the Oakland Raiders fourth in the 2015 NFL Draft.

Amari Cooper

300

This player leads the New York Giants in all-time sacks.

Michael Strahan

300

This player led the NFL in all-purpose yards in 2017.

Kareem Hunt

300

This player won the NFL regular season MVP in 2004.

Peyton Manning

300

In the 2011 AFC Wildcard game, this Denver Broncos wide receiver caught a game-winning 80-yard touchdown.

Demaryius Thomas

400

The Philadelphia Eagles selected this quarterback second overall in the 1999 NFL Draft.

Donovan McNabb

400

In this year the New York Giants are founded.

1925

400

How many players have rushed for 2,000 yards or more in a single season? (Name them for +100 each)

8: Eric Dickerson, Adrian Peterson, Jamal Lewis, Barry Sanders, Derrick Henry, Terrell Davis, Chris Johnson, O.J. Simpson

400

This player won the MVP of Super Bowl XLVIII.

Malcolm Smith

400

In the 2015 NFC Divisional game between the Packer and Cardinals, this Cardinals wide receiver had a heroic OT performance to win the game.

Larry Fitzergerld

500

This player was the last running back selected first overall in the NFL Draft.

Ki-Jana Carter

500

This player leads the New York Giants in career receiving touchdowns (54).

Amani Toomer

500

In 2009, this Broncos wide receiver set the record for most targets in a single game.

Brandon Marshall

500

This player is currently the youngest NFL MVP winner.

Lamar Jackson

500

In the 2017 NFC Divisional between the Saints and Vikings, this Saints defensive back missed a game-saving tackle that cost them the game.

Vonn Bell

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