Tom Brady hasn’t played in every Super Bowl. It can only seem so. Brady will run his Tampa Bay …
Tom Brady hasn’t played in every Super Bowl. It can only seem so.
Brady will lead his Tampa Bay Buccaneers against the defending champions Kansas City Chiefs on February 7 in Tampa, Fla. During Super Bowl 55.
This will be the record-breaking 10th Super Bowl appearance for Brady, 43, in his remarkable career. He’s gone 6-3 in his first nine appearances.
In honor of Brady, here are 12 trivia questions and answers to enjoy on your socially distanced Super Bowl night.
1. Tom Brady has won six Super Bowls. Which player has the second most Super Bowl wins?
2. Name the seven starters (offense and defense) of the Chiefs’ Super Bowl 4 squad to be part of the Professional Football Hall of Fame.
3. Name the four QBs to start the Super Bowl with multiple teams.
4. Who was the MVP in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ previous Super Bowl appearance?
5. Who is the last non-quarterback Super Bowl MVP?
6. Who is the only Super Bowl MVP of a losing team?
7. What is the greatest game in Super Bowl history?
8. What is the lowest scoring game in Super Bowl history?
9. Which city hosted the most Super Bowls?
10. Who scored the first touchdown in Super Bowl history?
11. Who has the most rushing yards in a single Super Bowl?
12. Which four teams have never been to a Super Bowl?
1. Hall of Famer Charles Haley with five.
2. Len Dawson, Curley Culp, Buck Buchanan, Bobby Bell, Willie Lanier, Emmitt Thomas and Johnny Robinson.
3. Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Kurt Warner and Craig Morton.
4. Dexter Jackson.
5. Julian Edelman in Super Bowl 53.
6. Chuck Howley from Super Bowl 5.
7. Super Bowl 29: San Francisco 49, San Diego 26.
8. Super Bowl 53: New England 13, Los Angeles Rams 3.
9. Miami with 11.
10. Green Bay’s Max McGee in the first Super Bowl.
11. Timmy Smith of Washington with 204 yards in Super Bowl 22.
12. Detroit Lions, Cleveland Browns, Houston Texans and Jacksonville Jaguars.
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