Film Quizzes: American Football

With the release of the latest Kevin Costner film The Draft, it seemed the ideal time to do a themed quiz on Hollywood’s love for American Football. Even if you’re not a fan of the sport, you might still get a couple so definitely give it a go.

Film Quizzes - American football Film 1 (1990s)

Film Quizzes - American football Film 2 (1990s)

Film Quizzes - American football Film 3 (1990s)

Film Quizzes - American football Film4 (2000s)

Film Quizzes - American football Film5 (2000s)

Film Quizzes - American football Film6 (2000s)

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1. Jerry Maguire  (1996)

2. The Waterboy  (1998)

3. Any Given Sunday  (1999)

4. Remember the Titans  (2000)

5. Friday Night Lights  (2004)

6. The Blind Side  (2009)

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27 thoughts on “Film Quizzes: American Football

      • Jerry Maguire and The Waterboy. I didn’t even know that Friday Night Lights was a movie! I have Season 1 of the TV show but haven’t got round to it yet.

      • The book and film are great, but watching the TV show would have seemed a bit much, especially for a sport I’m not massively into. It seems to be pretty highly rated though, so you may well enjoy it 🙂

  1. Of course I ended up getting them all, but only because the kid watches the second one over and over and over…

      • Cricket and rugby. I’ve put my ballot in for the RWC next year. Really hoping to get to see the Springboks play!

      • I’m interested in the Ashes and World Cup, but normally not so much otherwise. Have you always been a fan? I’ve applied for tickets for the RWC too. Good luck Abbi 🙂

      • My dad always watched a lot of sport so it was a good way to get his attention and to be able to do stuff with him. I also really like the mathematical element of cricket. Run rates and working out if a team is going to avoid the follow on and batting averages. Stuff like that. #lame.

      • Not at all. The Duckworth Lewis method is where I get stumped. Not just me though. A South African made an error in a World Cup Semi Final and cost them a place in the final.

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