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Question 1: ________ of the Minnesota Vikings scored on the team's first possession and another rout began.
BC LionsByron BaileyWillie FlemingJoe Kapp

Question 2: The Browns are one of only five current NFL teams (along with the ________, New Orleans Saints, Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans) never to have played in the Super Bowl.
2010 Detroit Lions season2009 Detroit Lions seasonDetroit Lions1957 Detroit Lions season

Question 3: Two comeback wins over the ________ and Houston Oilers in the season's final two weeks kept them in the playoff race.
2009 Minnesota Vikings seasonNFC North2010 Minnesota Vikings seasonMinnesota Vikings

Question 4: [1] At the time, Cleveland was home to the 1945 NFL champion Cleveland Rams, led by the NFL's hottest star, MVP quarterback Bob Waterfield, who was married to star actress ________.
Clark GableGrauman's Chinese TheatreJane RussellMarilyn Monroe

Question 5: ________
Chicago Bears
Detroit Lions
Green Bay Packers
Minnesota Vikings
Super Bowl XLIBears–Packers rivalryNFL Playoff Game, 1932NFC North

Question 6: Mike Pruitt missed much of the season and later ended up on the ________.
2010 Buffalo Bills season2009 Buffalo Bills seasonBuffalo BillsAFC East

Question 7: The Cleveland Browns were founded in 1944 by owner Arthur 'Mickey' McBride and head coach (and Ohio coaching legend) ________ and started play in 1946.
Otto GrahamMarion MotleyPaul BrownChuck Noll

Question 8: Team owner ________ announced on November 6, 1995, that he had signed a deal to relocate the Browns to Baltimore for 1996.
Cleveland BrownsCleveland Browns relocation controversyArt ModellAFC North

Question 9: However, the two victories produced limited offense, while one humiliating 41-0 loss came at the hands of the ________ on December 24.
Dick LeBeauPittsburgh SteelersArt RooneyDan Rooney

Question 10: After defeating the New York Jets in the first-ever broadcast of ________, the Browns stumbled through the season finishing 7–7.
ESPN Sunday Night FootballMonday Night FootballMonday Night CountdownNFL on television


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