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Question 1: Dungy has seven career double-digit victory seasons and stands as the only NFL head coach to defeat all 32 ________ teams.
American Football League2009 NFL seasonThanksgiving ClassicNational Football League

Question 2: Baltimore returned to the Super Bowl and their opponents were the ________.
Dallas CowboysDallas Cowboys draft historyThanksgiving ClassicSuper Bowl XXVIII

Question 3: But the proposal did not receive support to pass the ________ legislature, in spite of the fact that assurances that contributions from taxpayers would be limited strictly to city and state loans.

Question 4: ________
Dallas Cowboys
New York Giants
Philadelphia Eagles
Washington Redskins
Cowboys–Redskins rivalryNFC EastBounty BowlThe Body Bag Game

Question 5: "When ________ was promoted to the GM position, the Bills were suffering from back to back 2-14 seasons and fan interest was at an all-time low.
Bill PolianPeyton ManningRalph WilsonIndianapolis Colts

Question 6: The Colts' first-round draft pick was running back ________, a surprise to many who thought they would take Ricky Williams, the Heisman Trophy winner.
Edgerrin JamesPeyton ManningMarshall FaulkMarvin Harrison

Question 7: The team again finished the season 9-7 but did not make the playoffs because of a 41-6 loss to the ________ in the last game.
2009 New Orleans Saints seasonSuper Bowl XLIVNew Orleans SaintsJason Kyle

Question 8: Because of his accomplishments, ________ won the NFL Executive of the Year Award twice, in 1988 and in 1991.
Peyton ManningIndianapolis ColtsBill PolianRalph Wilson

Question 9: Welch had also had personal discussions with ________ owner John Mecom about buying the team and moving it to Indianapolis.
Jason KyleNew Orleans SaintsSuper Bowl XLIV2009 New Orleans Saints season

Question 10: ________ was head coach - until the final game when he was replaced by Hal Hunter.
Arizona State Sun DevilsBruce SnyderFrank KushArizona State Sun Devils football


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