Football - American
American football is much different than what many parts of the world call football. American football is a full contact sport. It involves two teams competing to carry the ball from one end of the field to another to score. Progress is marked by yard lines. It involves kicking, passing, tackling, as well as other physical and mental skills.
Asked in Football - American, Super Bowl
What year did the Tennessee Titans go to the Super Bowl?
Asked by Ayden Lebsack in College Football, Football - American
Was Joe Burrow's 2019-2020 season the best ever by a college QB?
It’s hard to argue otherwise. In his national championship win last night, he passed Colt Brennan on the all-time list for passing touchdowns in a single season, with 60; he also posted the second-best completion percentage (76.3), the third most passing yards (5,671), and the highest-ever passing efficiency rating (202) in a single season. If you’re a skeptic, you can check those stats here. Perhaps most telling, none of the quarterbacks in the top five of the above statistical categories won the national championship that season...besides Joe Burrow. In the national title game, he set the record for most total touchdowns and combined yards in the BCS/CFP era.
Asked in Football - American
What is the height of stadium lights in football field?
Asked by Abigail Blanda in Football - American, Seattle Seahawks, ESPN, ESPN+
Is Russell Wilson an MVP candidate?
Heading into week six of the 2019 NFL season, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is a frontrunner for the MVP award. The eight-year veteran leads the league in touchdown passes (12) and passer rating (126.3). He’s yet to throw an interception, and 7.7 percent of his passes have gone for touchdowns, another league best. On Oct. 11, NFL legend Peyton Manning will break down Wilson’s play on the sports analysis series Detail, which airs exclusively on ESPN+. You can sign up for ESPN+ by clicking here.
What is a Green Bay Packers cheese head?
A cheesehead is a hat that Packer fans wear. It is meant to represent Wisconsin for their cheesemaking. It is a triangle foam hat that pretty much looks like cheese. The Green Bay Packers were founded on August 11, 1919 by former high-school football rivals Earl "Curly" Lambeau and George Whitney Calhoun. Lambeau solicited funds for uniforms from his employer, the Indian Packing Company. He was given $500 for uniforms and equipment, on the condition that the team be named for its sponsor. The Indian Packing Company was a company that was involved in the canned meat industry. So why cheese at all? LOL