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Q: What Native American language was Super Bowl XXX the first to be broadcast in?

A:  Navajo.


Q: How many years must a player be retired to be eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame?

A: Five. 


Q: What was Miami quarterback Bob Griese the first NFL football player to wear in a game, in 1977?

A: Glasses. 


Q: What record-setting quarterback was the NFL's 82nd draft pick in 1979?

A: Joe Montana.


Q: What sportscaster posted an NFL coaching record of 103-22-7?

A: John Madden.


Q: What were NFL players required to wear in games for the first time in 1943?

A: Helmets.


Q:  What three NFL teams had lost four Super Bowls each, through 1996?

A: Buffalo Bills, Denver Broncos, Minnesota Vikings.


Q: Who has scored the most points for the Broncos in all of their Super Bowls combined? (touchdowns, field goals and extra points)

A: John Elway, with 24 points. He ran for touchdowns in Super Bowls XXI, XXIV, XXXII and XXXIII.

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