≡ Menu

Trivia of the Day – Saturday, August 11th

Also a member of the Raiders.

There’s only one team in NFL history that had a full lineup’s worth of Hall of Famers on the offensive line. In 1971, the Oakland Raiders incredibly rostered five offensive lineman who would one day wind up in Canton.

Four were starters; the fifth was a reserve on the team who played one year with the Raiders before retiring. The fifth starter was right guard George Buehler, who probably didn’t get much recognition during his playing days. But hey, his card is here on Football Perspective today!

I’ll switch up the trivia today, with one hint for each of the five starters. How many can you name?

Trivia hint: LT Show


Click 'Show' for the Answer Show


Trivia hint: LG Show


Click 'Show' for the Answer Show


Trivia hint: C Show


Click 'Show' for the Answer Show


Trivia hint: RT Show


Click 'Show' for the Answer Show


Trivia hint: Backup Show


Click 'Show' for the Answer Show

{ 2 comments }
  • Richie August 11, 2012, 6:16 pm

    I needed the hint for Ron Mix. Had no idea he played for the Raiders. Couldn’t get Bob Brown at all.

    I love those 1978 (I think that’s the year) football cards. That was always one of my favorite sets.

    Reply
  • Tim Truemper August 12, 2012, 9:52 pm

    Remembered Ron Mix as b/u at end of career. Bob Brown–just could not remember. He was a beast.

    Reply

Leave a Comment