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5 is Joe Flacco, he is the Quarterback for the Ravens!
Roger Staubach, who was the Cowboys' starting quarterback in Super Bowls VI, XII and XIII.
That depends on the start number. Whatever number you're starting with, multiply it by 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.
Paul Hornung of the Green Bay Packers wore number 5 in the first super bowl in 1967. I don't think he played in either game but Pittsburgh's backup quarterback for Super Bowls IX and X, Terry Hanratty, wore number 5.
In 2002, Tommy Maddox started 11 games and Kordell Stewart started five for the Steelers.
The Quarterback "sneak."
He was drafted in 2005, backup quarterback until 2008 for Farve. He's been around for five seasons, starting for 3.
The first five prime numbers starting from 1 are 1, 2, 3, 5, 7. So 2 is the missing number.
Just multiply the first five prime numbers! 2x3x5x7x11 = 6x35x11 = 210x11 = 2310. Any multiple of this number "has the first five prime numbers as factors", but 2310 is the smallest such number.
5, 53, 59
Assuming the first five numbers is meant to refer, not to the first five real numbers but to the first five positive integers, the answer is 1*2*3*4*5 = 120
1963-64 Boston Celtics
In 2000, Brad Johnson started eleven games at quarterback for the Washington Redskins and Jeff George started five.
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Offensive Line, the five players in front of the quarterback.