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  1. jmt57

    jmt57 Moderator Staff Member PatsFans.com Supporter

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    I figured that since we're starting to get overloaded on the same topics (linebacker, guess the roster, was the last roster move good or bad, etc.), it may be time to offer an alternative thread.

    No prizes, just bragging rights as well as the opportunity for the winner to take the floor with his or her own trivia question if they so desire. Honor system here; no fair cheating and looking up the answers.



    Q#1: In the history of the Pats franchise there are three players who have rushed for over 4000 yards; who are they?
     
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    #24 Jersey

    I am going to say Cunningham definitely....I will go with Nance in honor of his induction.....and not who to guess for the third I wanna say Curtis but not sure if he was here enough what was it 3 years but he had like 1,500 one year and at least a 1,100 the others.


    What about Faulk might he have slowly added up to that.
     
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    As Meat Loaf once said, Two out of Three ain't bad.
     
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    Last one's Tony Collins from the 80's.
    Curtis is fourth here.
     
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