So, think you’ve learned anything reading “Naptime Huddle”? Here’s your chance to test yourself with our second ever pop quiz! You’ll find the answers in the September posts:
1. True or False: A receiver must hold the ball with both hands for a catch to be "complete."
2. What is the “plane,” and how do you break it?
3. Which official on the field keeps the backup game clock?
4. True or False: Once the ball has traveled 20 yards on a kickoff, it is legal for the kicking team to recover it and get possession.
5. A safety can be called against the offense when the quarterback commits an intentional grounding penalty in his own end zone. What is another penalty that can result in a safety?
6. Who currently holds the following NFL records for a tight end: most receptions in a single season, receiving yards, receptions, receiving touchdowns, consecutive starts and most seasons with more than 1,000 yards?
7. True or False: If the kick returner signals a fair catch but does not catch the ball, he may not block or contact an opposing player until the ball is touched by anyone.
8. What is the name of the Redskins band leader who sold Texas oilman Clint Murchison the rights to Hail to the Redskins?
9. What former tight end, nicknamed the “Wizard of Oz,” is currently the General Manager for the Baltimore Ravens?
10. What are the three spots from which a penalty can be enforced?
BONUS: What is it called when a small amount of fudge holds a sphere shape when dropped in a glass of water?