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Trivia of the Day – Sunday, June 17

Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there. Check back tomorrow for a post on quarterbacks, but first, here are a couple of trivia questions you can use at your barbeque, centering around the most famous father in the NFL.

The Mannings, lined up from most to fewest rings

As you may know, Archie Manning has the lowest winning percentage of any quarterback in NFL history (minimum 50 games started). Manning finished his career with a 35-101-3 record, including an 0-10 record as a member of the Oilers and Vikings in the early ’80s.

Since Manning retired, three more quarterbacks have lost at least 100 games. Can you name them?

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But Peyton and Eli’s dad wasn’t the first quarterback to record 100 losses. So today, see if you can stump your dad with this trivia question: Who was the first NFL QB to lose 100 regular season games?

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  • Love the trivia piece GB, very cool.

  • Righetti

    Can you do a piece ranking Archie Manning. Just looked at his stats and not only did he lose 101 games he also threw 173 picks to only 125 TD’s

    He has to be up there as one of the most heralded bad QB’s of all time

    • Paul H

      That’s the point, he was charismatic, popular, never-say-day and an acceptable player for some of the worst teams in history. He was never going to put up good stats but the old Aints couldn’t find anyone better.

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  • Delevie

    Norm snead had 99 loses…he was even a loser at loses.