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Can you name the NFL top 5 most in one game.?
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336 [Saints vs Rams]
303 [Lions vs Rams]
291 [ Jaguars vs Ravens]
289 [49ers vs Vikings]
283 [Bears vs 49ers]
296 [Vikings vs Chargers]
295 [Ravens vs Browns]
286 [Browns vs Chiefs]
278 [Bengals vs Broncos]
275 [Bears vs Vikings]
554 [NY Yanks vs Rams] yes Yanks!
527 [Chiefs vs Oilers]
522 [Cardinals vs Redskins]
521 [Chargers vs Dolphins]
513 [Bengals vs Giants]
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Mar 7th, 2011 at 04:41 GMT
No teams or years because these games are games that whould be stuck in our memory even if we weren't born. Only 2 answers are pre 1970 (A receiver and a QB)
Mar 7th, 2011 at 07:16 GMT
1. While its not your choice to supply the year, I personally think it would be somewhat helpful to at least be consistent in having the player's team listed first. Just my opinion. 2. Wondering why you lumped the Season Scoring by Team in with the Single Game records. Just a question.
Mar 7th, 2011 at 08:27 GMT
it's by home team not players team.....I had nothing else to add without duplicating last names and with Sacks...there are a ton of people tied....lol
Mar 7th, 2011 at 10:30 GMT
Your spelling is attrocious, and while it amazingly doesn't affect the answers for those who answer by using last name or nickname, there are a select few that choose to enter full names and they will be mightily upset. Only 1 "L" in the first name of 513 pass yds, 522 pass yards should read "Cardinals", need to eliminate the space between the [ and Jaguars, add an ] after 1993 for team points, an "N" needs added at the end of 541 points, and you need to completely redo the city of 556 points.
Mar 7th, 2011 at 12:23 GMT
Cradinals ...was not in the answer column (non issue but fixed) Left the N off of the one name...FIXED (also...not in answer column) fixed "L" in name not sure if those would qualify my spelling as "ATROCIOUS"....which you seemed to have misspelled... thx
Mar 7th, 2011 at 15:28 GMT
Sorry, but by listing the two teams involved in the game, every veteran quiztaker would automatically assume that the first team listed is the team that the player in question was a member of. If you're going to use an unusual format such as this, you need to at least explain it to the people playing the quiz. I was guessing quarterbacks for the Chiefs, Chargers, and Bengals, since they were the first team listed, when I should have been guessing Oilers, Dolphins, and Giants. I just don't see the purpose of listing both teams without telling us which one the player was on. If you're going to narrow the potential teams from 32 down to 2, why not just go ahead and narrow it down to 1?
Mar 7th, 2011 at 15:31 GMT
Also, I won't go as far as to call your spelling atrocious, (or attrocious), but you butchered "Minnesota" pretty badly. Also, the team with 541 points was in 1983, not 1993, and the 1999 Rams should be the 5th team on that list, as they scored 526 points, 4 more than the 2004 Colts.
But other than that, this quiz is pretty flawless.
Mar 7th, 2011 at 16:02 GMT
"Passing Yards" teams appear to be reversed.
Mar 7th, 2011 at 17:08 GMT
the categories are kind of weird, single game individual records, then most team points in a season?
Mar 7th, 2011 at 23:12 GMT
you should probable give the year
Mar 8th, 2011 at 06:36 GMT
indyjeff...this isn't a guessing game...these games by these players are significant enough that I initially didn't even give the teams but added later. A football fan that follows would know or would have a decent enough idea of who the player was...and if they don't know...they don't know. What NBA player scored 100 points? Who scored the 2nd most with 81 points.....with these numbers do you really need a name....
Mar 11th, 2011 at 04:35 GMT
If you're going to claim things like "these are historic games" and "A football fan that follows would know who the player was", you would have a lot more credibility if you didn't make mistakes yourself when making the quiz, such as mistaking the 1993 Redskins for the 1983 Redskins. I even did your research for you and told you about that mistake, as well as the fact that you were missing the 1999 Rams, but I guess you are too busy defending your poor spelling and unorthodox hints to fix these easily correctable errors.
I'll try to make my original point one more time, to see if I can explain it more clearly. If you're not going to give the years or teams, that's fine, let us guess. However, when you list two teams next to each record mark, most quiztakers would come to the conclusion that the first team listed is the team the player was a member of. Listing both teams is completely unnecessary and needlessly confusing. You should either list the team that each player was on, or leave the teams off altogether. Listing two teams serves no purpose but to confuse people.
For example, if I'm asked to name the top 5 receiving games, I know Flipper Anderson is first. I would probably know to guess Jerry Rice and Terrell Owens. I may or may not have thought of Jimmy Smith without the Jaguars hint, I can't say for sure. However, I didn't even notice that Rams was listed 2nd for Flipper Anderson, so after I got Rice I never even thought to guess Owens because I was trying to think of a Bears WR who could have had 283 yard against the 49ers. Likewise, I never guessed Marino or Simms because I thought I was looking for members of the Chargers and Bengals.
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