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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The NFL 1.Just two years after finishing their careers, approximately 78% of NFL players go bankrupt 2.Injured football players in televised NFL games get six more seconds of camera time than celebrating players. 3.NFL cheerleaders typically make $50$75 a game. However, by the time they spend money on makeup, hair accessories, dance classes, etc., they end up losing money. 4.Deion Sanders is the only person in history to both hit an MLB home run and score an NFL touchdown in the same week. Hes also the only person to play in the World Series and the Super Bowl. 5.The Baltimore Ravens are named after Edgar Allan Poes The Raven. The team mascots are named Edgar, Allan, and Poe. Poe wrote his famous poem while living in Baltimore in the 1830s. 6.Contrary to common opinion, the G on the Green Bay Packers helmet doesnt stand for Green Bay. Rather, it stands for Greatness. 7.The last scoreless NFL game was in 1943 when the Detroit Lions and New York Giants battled it out for a 0-0 tie. 8.The first recognized football game as played between Rutgers and Princeton Universities in 1869, using rugby-like rules. 9.Helmets werent mandatory for football players until 1939. 10.Ronnie Lott had his left pinky amputated after the 1985 season. It had been crushed during a tackle on running back Timmy Newsome. 11.On Super Bowl Sunday, pizza delivery drivers get into more accidents than any other day of the year 12.Super Bowl weekend is the second-biggest grilling weekend of the year. July 4th is the first. 13.Americans eat approximately 1.25 billion chicken wings on Super Bowl weekend 14.According to the California Avocado Commission, 12 million pounds of avocados will be purchased in the week leading up to the Super Bowl. On Super Bowl Sunday, Americans will eat 8 million pounds of guacamole. 15.Only two players have caught, rushed, and thrown a touchdown against the same team in the same game: Walter Payton in 1979 and David Patton in 2001.
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