A little unexpected NFL trivia from 2013

We all know some of the obvious trivia from last year:

Peyton Manning threw all sorts of TD’s

Joe Flacco threw all sorts of INT’s

And Seattle won a little game against Denver to end the season

And since we’ve still got a couple months until they start playing meaningful football games, why not a little trivia distraction for this 4th of July weekend?

The questions are very recent, and are not too obscure.

If you have paid attention to the NFL at all over the last year or two, you should do fairly well.

Post your answers in the Comments section.

The Fanpost will be updated at a later date with the correct answers.

Remember, this is a trivia challenge. The point is not to go look up all the answers on the internet, and post them. The point is to post what you THINK the correct answers are... before looking them up.


Number 1:

We all know that Matt Prater attempted a phenomenal # of Extra Points. Thanks to Denver scoring a ton of TD’s. He led the league with 75 total Extra Point Attempts.

Who was second in the league in Extra Point Attempts?


Number 2:

We all know that Jimmy Graham is now officially a Tight End.

And as a Tight End, he led all Tight Ends in Targets (142), Receptions (86), Yards (1,215) for the 2013 season.

In 2012, which Tight End led all Tight Ends in Targets, Receptions, and Yards?


Number 3:

Only 3 NFL players in 2013 accumulated at least 3 Rushing TD’s and 4 Receiving TD’s

Jamaal Charles was obviously one of them (with 12 rushing TD’s and 7 receiving TD’s)

Who were the other 2 players to achieve this feat of 3+ Rushing TD’s and 4+ Receiving TD’s?


Number 4:

Megatron is a beast. AJ Green is elite. Gordon emerged out of nowhere.

But despite their incredible receiving production, none of these 3 WR’s led the NFL in Receptions.

Who led the NFL in Receptions in 2013?


Number 5:

Who leads the NFL in total rushing TD’s from 2012 and 2013 combined?


Number 6:

In 2012 Darren Sproles led all NFL RB’s in receiving Targets, Receptions, Yards, and TD’s

How many of these categories did Sproles lead the NFL in for the 2013 season?


Number 7:

We all know that Dalton had too many turnovers, including 20 INT’s

But who lead the NFL in Interceptions for the 2013 season?


Number 8:

Since he was drafted, Cam Newton has been a running machine.

He has rushed for over 2,000 yards and a crazy 28 TD’s over the last 3 seasons.

Last year he led the NFL in rushing TD’s again. But he was tied in this category with another QB.

What QB tied Cam Newton last year for the league lead in Rushing TD’s by a QB?


Number 9:

Peyton Manning had a ridiculous season last year with 55 TD’s and over 5,000 yards.

His 55 TD’s to only 10 INT’s is an incredible mark. But that ratio did not lead the NFL.

Which NFL QB (with at least 300 passing attempts) led the NFL in TD : INT ratio?


Number 10:

In 2012 JJ Watt led the NFL with a whopping 20.5 sacks.

But in 2013 he only had about 1/2 of that total.

Who lead the NFL in sacks last season?


Number 11:

In a follow-up to number 10.

Which DB led all NFL DB’s in sacks last season?


Number 12:

You may remember which RB led the NFL in rushing TD’s last year.

But what about which RB scored the most TD’s per rushing attempt?

Which RB led the NFL last year in the highest % of TD’s per rushing attempt (at least 150 attempts)?

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Cincy Jungle's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Cincy Jungle's writers or editors.

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