Yeah, that's the one where I got a 46 and my 10 year old brother got a 23. I'll excuse Claiborne since he apparently has a learning disability and is smarter than a test like this would show, but it amazes me how Vince Young could only get either 6, 7, or 13 depending what you believe, or how someone like Asante Samuel could only get 10.
My favorite by far is this one:
What is the mathematical average of the number of feet in a yard, seconds in a minutes and months in a year?
1. How many feet are in a yard?
2. How many seconds are in a minute?
3. How many months are in a year?
4. What is the sum of 12, 60, and 3?
5. How do you find the average?
6. What is 75 divided by 3?
Which are all fairly simple, yet overwhelming.