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Round XVIII

 

I. The teams I played for have a combined total of nine Super Bowl appearances.

II. In college, I played for this Super Bowl winning coach.

III. We would go on to win a Super Bowl, but my first three years with this team were the last of an historic stretch of losing. And no, it's not the Browns.

IV. These teams added me to their rings of honor within a month of each other.

IV. Pretty much everyone was surprised when I was offered my current job.

 

Who am I? 

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Pretty sure I actually know this one - John Lynch.

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1 hour ago, Crabcake47 said:

Pretty sure I actually know this one - John Lynch.

 

You actually do know this one. John Lynch is correct.

 

I. Buccaneers (1) and Broncos (8).

II. Lynch played at Stanford while Bill Walsh was the Cardinal head coach.

III. His first three years with the Bucs were the last three years of a record setting stretch of ten loss seasons.

IV. The Broncos and added Lynch to their Ring of Honor in October of 2016. Tampa Bay added him their Ring of Honor in November of 2016.

V. Was anyone not surprised that the 49ers hired Lynch to be their GM? 

 

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Round XIX

 

I. The teams I played for have a combined total of nine Super Bowl appearances.

II. Shaquille O'Neal liked my big play celebration so much that he started using it himself.

III. My celebration was inspired by Sesame Street's Bert and Ernie.

IV. I currently hold this high ranking position with the NFL. I guess you could say I'm second in the line of succession.

IV. I made the Pro Bowl four times and was named an All Pro three times.

 

Who am I? 

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Just now, ninersdd said:

Merton Hanks?

 

Merton Hanks it is. 

 

I. 49ers (6) and Seahawks (3).

II. According to Wikipedia, Shaq liked the "pigeon dance" enough to emulate it in the NBA.

III. Again, according to Wikipedia, the dance was inspired by Bert and Ernie.

IV. Hanks is currently the Vice President of Operations for the NFL.

 

For my money, the "pigeon dance" is the greatest celebration of all time. It cracks me up every time. 

 

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What's the next round?

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36 minutes ago, neo_prankster said:

What's the next round?

 

I'll probably do a few more rounds before the Super Bowl tomorrow. 

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Round XX

 

I. I was played in four Super Bowls.

II. I looked like an NHL player when I smiled - which was very rarely.

III. I am considered by many to be one of the best, toughest, and most feared players ever at my position.

IV. I was a key member of a unit that many consider one of the greatest all time.

 

Who am I?

 

 

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3 minutes ago, leopard88 said:

Jack Lambert?

 

leopard88 is turning this thing into a blowout. Jack Lambert is correct.

 

I. Steelers Super Bowls IX, X, XIII, and XIV

II. Lambert lost four of his front teeth after being elbowed in the face in a basketball game.

III. I think we'd all agree that he's one of the best LBs ever, right?

IV. He was a key player with the Steelers "Steel Curtain" defense.

 

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