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Can you name the NFL Teams with Two-Footed Nicknames?
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Enter the teams (Just the nicknames) that have a two-footed nickname (ex. Eagles, whereas Bills would not be).
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Dec 17th, 2012 at 16:13 GMT
Dec 17th, 2012 at 16:30 GMT
I was always under the impression that a 49er is a miner and therefore counts as a two-footer. Also, the Cleveland Browns are named after Paul Brown, their first coach, so also counts. It could also be argued that a Steeler is a person who works in the steel industry and hence Pittsburgh also counts. Ditto Houston and Green Bay i.e. the name comes from a group of people and fits the two-footed criteria. As you have already included such general terms as Cowboy and Patriot, it seems fair to include all of the above as well.
Dec 17th, 2012 at 17:40 GMT
Packers, 49ers and Steelers too???
Dec 17th, 2012 at 19:01 GMT
what a crap bag of a quiz
Dec 17th, 2012 at 19:30 GMT
I don't think this works. As others have said, Steelers, Packers, 49ers... we know what those names refer to- human beings with 2 feet yet you didn't include them. Titans and Giants, on the other hand, are mythical. Until someone comes up with a Titan skeleton, you could say they have 1 foot or 100 feet.
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