46%. Randy Moss led the 2007 New England Patriots with 23 touchdown catches and 1,493 receiving yards.
25. Joe Montana was twenty-five when he won the Super Bowl against the Bengals.
Matt Leinart. Arizona Cardinal Matt Leinart's first two pro TDs came in the first quarter of an October 8, 2006 game.
Aaron Donald. Aaron Donald is a defensive lineman for the 2018 Los Angeles Rams.
Russell Wilson. Russell Wilson was voted the Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year.
New England Patriots. Beginning with the 2005 season, the NFL has hosted regular season games outside of the United States.
Wolfpack. The Wolfpack won the NCAA Men's basketball championship in 1983 under Head Coach Jim Valvano.
Jerome Fazande. Fazande rushed for 368 yards in 2001.
Three. The Redskins, Patriots and Texans all won on Thanksgiving 2012.
Barry Sanders. Barry Sanders was selected for the Pro Bowl in each of his 10 pro seasons.
Peyton Manning. Manning tossed an NFL-record 55 touchdown passes during the 2013 regular season.
Johnny Unitas. In his four-year career at Louisville, Johnny Unitas completed 245 passes for 3,139 yards and 27 touchdowns.
Penn State. Saquon Barkley starred at Penn State for three seasons, running for 3,843 yards.
The New England Patriots. Bill Belichick formerly served as an assistant coach with the New York Giants.
Raiders Beat Eagles. The underdog Raiders led by quarterback Jim Plunkett shocked the favored Eagles in Super Bowl XV.
Jim Thorpe. Sanders won the Jim Thorpe Award in 1988.
Scrambling. Fran Tarkenton used his scrambling ability to pick up 3,674 rushing yards, 32 touchdowns and 675 carries.
Texas A&M. Defensive end Myles Garrett was born in Texas in 1995.
The Killer Bees. The Miami Dolphins' "Killer Bees" were so named because 10 of 11 starters' last names began with "B".
Fran Tarkenton. In 1995-96, Dan Marino surpassed Fran Tarkenton for nearly every NFL career passing record.