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Child Please, Chad Johnson   love it, great clue!!

Sid Luckman?

You all are impressive at these. You're like those experts who can look at only a girl's butt and deduce her identity.

12 minutes ago, VikingsFanInChennai said:

I'm the Super Bowl winning QB, who broke the 13-year consecutive SB winning streak of NFC teams, the longest by any conference in modern NFL history. To cap it off, I won twice in succession. Who am I?

I know this living in Colorado. John Elway.

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5 minutes ago, VikingsFanInChennai said:

Never mind, just messing around. 

 

The person who answers needs to ask next question so was joking that he has two hours to get it as he's on the clock.

Ahhh 

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20 hours ago, danlhart87 said:

I went undrafted in 98 and went on to have a great 14 year career 13 with 1 team winning a SB with that team. 

 

 

Jeff Saturday?

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I played for the Colts.  I have 4 children.  My brother also played for the Colts.  I played in 1 Superbowl but lost.

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On 5/17/2020 at 2:30 PM, Kyle said:

I played for the Colts.  I have 4 children.  My brother also played for the Colts.  I played in 1 Superbowl but lost.

Who is it? I Was thinking it was Kerry and Keith cash but they didn’t both played for the Colts. I thought they did I don’t know why I thought that.

 

baldingers? (That’s what I call trivia I can’t get)

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5 hours ago, Fluke_33 said:

Who is it? I Was thinking it was Kerry and Keith cash but they didn’t both played for the Colts. I thought they did I don’t know why I thought that.

 

baldingers? (That’s what I call trivia I can’t get)

Not even close... lol

Clue: I have never played in a superbowl for the colts, but I have a superbowl ring

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1 minute ago, Kyle said:

Not even close... lol

Clue: I have never played in a superbowl for the colts, but I have a superbowl ring

I forgot about the other James!  Was it his brother or cousin?

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14 minutes ago, Fluke_33 said:

I forgot about the other James!  Was it his brother or cousin?

Brother.  It aas brief, but he did play for the colts haha

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1 hour ago, Kyle said:

Brother.  It aas brief, but he did play for the colts haha

Edgerrin James and Javarris.  Here is mine:

 

I wasn’t the tallest RB the raiders ever had but my size didn’t give me a complex.   I also had one of the worst knee injuries ever shown on television. 

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34 minutes ago, Fluke_33 said:

Edgerrin James and Javarris.  Here is mine:

 

I wasn’t the tallest RB the raiders ever had but my size didn’t give me a complex.   I also had one of the worst knee injuries ever shown on television. 

I like that hint.

 

Napolean Kaufman(Sp?)

Brain hurts to much at the moment to come up with one for you guys. 

 

So someone else pop something up here please.

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I was an undrafted player that never missed a game in my 16 year career. 

I made four straight pro bowls AND the Hall of Fame. I have a super bowl ring as well. 

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