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Craig D'Alessandro:

On this episode of missing the point, he's back with a vengeance as Dave Clark is looking for more answers as we've now past week 12 of the NFL season. are the questions tougher than last time? Or are we really just a bunch of idiots? Stay tuned to find out. missing the point is when our weekly podcast recapping the biggest stories in the world of sports with the New England flavor, the show notes and transcript of today's episode can be found in the description box below, as well as on our website, www dot MTP show.com. If you're new to the show, consider subscribing. It's the easiest way to see when we publish new episodes. We are on iTunes, Spotify, Google and wherever you get your podcasts. Be sure to rate us and leave a review of any of our shows. We always appreciate your feedback. And be sure to follow us on all of our social medias. All of our links will be in the show notes and check out our brand new website WWW dot MTV show.com that's MTP show.com. And now this is missing the point. But it's all relative.

Dave Clarke:

Hello everyone and welcome to the second in hopefully many NFL DK sizzles looking for some answers NFL trivia show. It's our quarterly check in with the NFL and I have the whole zany cast of characters here. I'm here with Mr. Producer, Craig D'Alessandro, who's also going to be my Vanna White for today and sidekick. He's rockin a pretty dope beanie. He's got like a very common ferals circa 2004 thing going on. He's looking like he's gonna have a great time. He's gonna be my assistant, my main white my score keeper. He's gonna keep track of everything and help me make sure that these knuckleheads don't make everything go off the rails as they are want to do. The team's the same. The teams the same as they always have been in the NFL season the NBA FC team featuring Broadway Joe Malkin and Rachel Buchanan gentlemen, I'm skipping over saying hi to you because you're gonna get to talk a lot and there'll be cares on the NFC side. Michael Mark Angelo and the real BK Bob Kelly. What's up guys? Don't answer that. We're gonna get right into it. Same rules as before. We're gonna do round one. 100 points a question. 10 questions? Okay. It's the Canton Ohio trivia round NFL history. Here's my coin. Susan B. Anthony silver dollar up to the camera so everyone can see it. It's not weighted. You've never met me before. Have you gentlemen. Okay, here we go. I'm gonna let Joe Malkin call it in the air Joe call it

Joe Malkin:

wonderful tails.

Dave Clarke:

And it's tails. It is tails. Gentlemen. That okay. So that means the AFC team is going to go first. And I think we should get right into it. Guys. Are you ready, sir? born? Question, one in the Canton, Ohio trivia around since 1994, when they started keeping track of this stuff. With 1568 career tackles the most in NFL history. During this time, this player leads the next most tackling player by almost 200 tackles. Who is he? 30 seconds.

Joe Malkin:

Go 1994 until now, so we're looking at somebody in our generation of players. Oh, what do you think? Right? It's got to be like a linebacker.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

Yeah, I mean, maybe like, Lewis fine, or Uhrlacher. Say 94. So now so

Joe Malkin:

I think Dave might just give us points for saying our lacquer

Dave Clarke:

have been known to just hand points out willy nilly. You got 10 seconds left.

Joe Malkin:

I Urlacher was the first guy that jumped in mind. But rate ray lewis is probably pretty close. What do you think?

Dave Clarke:

30 seconds is up? and answer gents.

Joe Malkin:

I go right. Okay. We're gonna say Ray Lewis, final

Dave Clarke:

answer. Ray Lewis, final answer. That is correct. You got it. Nailed it. First question off to a great start. And since you got that question, right, you get to try and answer the bonus question. Who was number two on that list? Not 50 points for this one.

Joe Malkin:

How many? Just to revisit the first question. How many did you say he was behind?

Dave Clarke:

200? A little a little a little under 200?

Joe Malkin:

Yeah. A little under 200. That that could that could be like an ED Reed. Would that have been like a same team thing during the time that they play together?

Rayshawn Buchanan:

But they're not the same team? Right? Well,

Unknown:

I mean, they they could be we don't know that.

Dave Clarke:

All right, give me a guess. Give me a guess. All right, Bonus questions only worth 50

Rayshawn Buchanan:

points. You know, I thought about Troy Polamalu, too but no all right. No way.

Joe Malkin:

Why not? Let's try it. It's only 50 points.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

The final answer

Dave Clarke:

Good guess but incorrect London Fletcher.

Rob Kelly:

Oh, that makes sense. linebacker it's always linebackers. It's

Dave Clarke:

always linebackers with this with, especially when you

Rayshawn Buchanan:

put in Buffalo and St. Louis. So that makes sense. Yeah,

Dave Clarke:

it makes sense because it's the right answer. Right, Question two over to the NFC team. They started off Well guys, that's that's that wasn't an easy question. And none of these are going to be easy, but they actually get harder. So great. The first player to receive the golden toe award given to the league's best kicker was an eye. I'm probably gonna butcher his name. Garrow, your premier. In 1971. What team did he play for?

Rob Kelly:

The Miami Dolphins right?

Dave Clarke:

Are you asking me or telling me?

Rob Kelly:

I'm talking to Mike? No, that's, I mean,

Michael Marcangelo:

the reason that you said that so quickly is because you know the answer, Bobby, so I think you should go with it.

Rob Kelly:

I saw the reason I'm taking that.

Michael Marcangelo:

No, no, no, no, no self doubt. Just go with it. Yeah,

Rob Kelly:

I think it's Miami Dolphins.

Dave Clarke:

It's the Miami Dolphins. You're right. 100 to 100 a dead heat. Wow. It's because he threw the worst pass in the history of the NFL. As a kicker. That's the reason I know you premium is because that might come up a little bit later, kickers thrown passes. So you know, buckle your seat belts, Dorothy because Kansas is going Bye bye. Craig across two questions the guys are doing well. You know, I'm starting to become

Rob Kelly:

a reference there.

Dave Clarke:

Oh, yeah. I'm starting to think maybe these guy thought they were hard. You told me when I sent you the questions before this, Craig that they were hard and now they're kind of kicking my ass. So first of all, you have to take into consideration that you were asking me those questions originally.

Unknown:

And write me

Craig D'Alessandro:

the questions. Those are pretty much the easiest two questions we're gonna have all night long.

Unknown:

Okay, great. I feel Caesar, Julian easier.

Dave Clarke:

Craig. The score is 100 up. And I'm going back over to the AFC team. Question three gentlemen. What year was the National Football League formed under its current name? What year 30 seconds starts now.

Joe Malkin:

Well, so under its current name, the National Football League. I mean, the first Super Bowl was in 1966. After the 1965 season, however, the NFL, the National Football League was the National Football League long before that, and 1930 jumps out of my mind.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

So I'll run with your knowledge on economics at that time, since it seems like the bears and the giant. So I'm confident with heading 1930 makes 30 seconds

Unknown:

up. What

Joe Malkin:

do you guys got? We're gonna we're gonna go with it's still shot in the dark, but 1930.

Dave Clarke:

That's not correct. And the NFC team has a chance to steal.

Rob Kelly:

I personally think you're completely overthinking that. I think it's 1967 I think it was the AFL. I think that they came together after that first Super Bowl and then formed one unified league. And I think it's 1967.

Michael Marcangelo:

Right, Bobby, you're one for one so far. So just go with it.

Rob Kelly:

Yeah, I'm gonna go 1967 Wow.

Dave Clarke:

Okay, so that was a great round. Neither of you guys got it. Right. Joe was a lot closer. His thinking was good. It was 1922 the NFL, the NFL started and it was later that they absorbed the AFL. So Joe, your thinking was correct. That was good. So keep keep trusting yourself. And Bobby it keep keep trusting yourself to but it'll be blind faith. Right. Bobby brought up a good point there because the leagues didn't combine until after the first Super after the first. Right.

Rob Kelly:

But they made that meeting. Right. But it was

Dave Clarke:

before that before I underwrite something. And key to that question. Okay. A lot of people scream a lot of people 60 plus screaming at us at home right now. All right. Question four. Still 100 correct. Am I correct? That's that's where we're at. Nobody got the bonus question. We can't steal Bonus questions.

Craig D'Alessandro:

The score is currently tied to 100 100.

Dave Clarke:

Okay, this is getting intense. I love this question for this is a true or false question. And this is over the NFC team. Two teams have played Super Bowls on their own home field. True or false?

Rob Kelly:

30. That's false. Yeah, that's,

Michael Marcangelo:

that is 100% false. Final answer.

Dave Clarke:

That's correct. hundred points. The nfcc bonus question. Oh, 50 points. If you can tell me the number of teams that have played Super Bowls on their own home turf.

Rob Kelly:

I want to say zero. I really think it's fair because I feel like that's the thing every single year is like, finally gonna happen where someone plays on their own home turf. Yeah, I'm pretty sure it's 005 150

Unknown:

points,

Dave Clarke:

you guys holiday.

Joe Malkin:

Right. Right. That was bias. Just was

Dave Clarke:

flipped a coin at the start? Because

Joe Malkin:

you asked the same question twice.

Michael Marcangelo:

Now how so? He said, teams.

Dave Clarke:

They said I said it true or false. Two teams played on their home turf. They said false. Alright, fair enough. Well, bonus points how many, you know, attacking attacking the integrity of the game isn't gonna get you anywhere Joe

Joe Malkin:

and the Tim will not be the first one don't try

Dave Clarke:

and say it's a rigged election after you lose. Okay, just just just win fair and square. It's only question five it's only question five but all right over the AFC team This is significantly harder than the last question

Joe Malkin:

we have to give a year sometime between 1920 and 1965 and steel if

Dave Clarke:

they lose out i know i mean it's it's it's I'm trying to keep it all ends up here but um and I do a quick assign to the audience so like, let me just go over to the to the right hand side of the stage and talk to the audience here. I'm gonna put I'm gonna put pull down the fourth wall here guys listeners adoring public. these fuckers have been tearing each other apart in our group chat all day about who was gonna win. It might seem amicable two days now. It's been a couple days you're right. Ah, but it might seem amicable but these guys if this is competitive, okay, there's some real heat behind this and it's not cheap. Okay. Question. Question five over the ASE team. What team has allowed the most points total in all the games they've played in? In Super Bowls. So who has allowed the most points in Super Bowls? Which franchise 30 seconds starts now.

Joe Malkin:

I mean, you could talk about the Buffalo Bills went to four straight Super Bowls and lit up a good amount of points and every Super Bowl. Who I mean the Patriots have been to the most Super Bowl so then on the flip side, that would be a good answer to right.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

Immediate could be green bay. Be Pittsburgh could be Pittsburgh, so. say okay, they

Joe Malkin:

visit a Bobby Bobby made a good point. We might be overthinking it. Let's go with New England.

Unknown:

patriots finally.

Dave Clarke:

patriots final answer. I think the key logic break for you guys there was saying Bobby made a good point. No, it was not New England, but I will give 15 seconds to the NFC team to try and get the right answer.

Michael Marcangelo:

So Bobby, I think. I think it's the Steelers, dude. So it's either the Steelers or

Rob Kelly:

guys so I think they made a good point with the bills where they gave up those points in the Cowboys. Two straight Super Bowls. That's nine points.

Unknown:

I need an answer. You're gonna find Lancer

Dave Clarke:

Pittsburgh Steelers. Wow, good guess. No. It was the Denver Broncos. Ah, because the

Rob Kelly:

Broncos, the 40. Niners one? No,

Michael Marcangelo:

see? Oh, yeah.

Rob Kelly:

Oh, and Andrew and the Seahawks

Dave Clarke:

they got. So that was a really good question. whoever wrote that question down seems really smart. Um, but we got it. So Craig, What's the score? Is it to 250 to 102 50 to

Craig D'Alessandro:

100. Bob and Mike lead, go and re

Dave Clarke:

Okay. All right. We're doing it. We're cooking with gas here. Going over to the NFC. Over to the NFC side. Here we are with question six. Two coaches made history as the first two African American head coaches to face off in a Super Bowl. Who were these coaches,

Rob Kelly:

Lovie Smith, and Tony Dungy

Michael Marcangelo:

for final answer.

Dave Clarke:

So I actually do think it's a little bit of poetic justice that you guys got this question, correct. Yeah, we've got it. And if you remember on our second quarterly check in, which was the band this filth show, Joe and Ray did try to eliminate this great civil rights moment from history. I'm sort of glad that it came full circle, and they were able to give up 100 points to you guys, at least in this in this instance, because I personally, for no biased reason, think it's a great Super Bowl. If you haven't listener banding show, please feel free to go back. The link will be in the show notes.

Joe Malkin:

I'm still trying to figure out who sent you a gift basket before the show. And the NFC must be really far behind in this competition between the the I

Dave Clarke:

don't know when but I don't know where the NFC AFC prediction games stand. And I if you're questioning my integrity, that's fine. But But I'll tell you this, I'll tell you this. It sounds like you're already making excuses for your loss, and you're only down 250 points. Last question the entire rounds gonna be worth 1000 points.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

So I wouldn't want to say this though. Craig, that was actually the easiest question so far. Not the first to do that.

Craig D'Alessandro:

That's fair.

Dave Clarke:

Well, I The reason I didn't think it was gonna be easy is because nobody mentioned it when we were arguing about that Super Bowl. So I thought maybe there was a gap and some not

Joe Malkin:

because that's not what we were trying to take away. We don't want to take away civil rights. We just want to take away. But of course, Ray they don't ask the black guy about the black guys.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

I mean, nobody exactly, you know, so.

Dave Clarke:

I mean, yeah. Why would we target him like that? That's messed up, dude. Here's the thing. I know you weren't trying to delete great moments in African American History you were only going to do It as collateral damage but like the damage gets done, you know? So but that's not what this is about guys. Okay, this is this is about winning and you guys need to do a little bit of a better job at that. So over to the AFC team number seven with 328 Don Shula has the most wins as a coach in NFL history. Number two, has 318 who's number 230 seconds starts now

Joe Malkin:

with Bill Belichick. Because isn't that the whole conversation was that Belichick is trying to catch this Bill. Bill. Yeah.

Dave Clarke:

So you guys want to try and steal? Yeah. 15 seconds starts now.

Michael Marcangelo:

All right, dude, it's i think it's uh, Oh, Jesus, who was the coach of the 49?

Rob Kelly:

I think Joe Walsh. Yeah. But no, but that means bill would have been right. So yeah.

Dave Clarke:

Yeah, I mean, I knew they were saying Bella, check it out.

Rob Kelly:

I don't think it's Bell washer.

Dave Clarke:

I agree. All right, times up. What do you got? You

Michael Marcangelo:

know, they just said that moron.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

No, no, was that Bella check? So you can say wash? Go wash.

Dave Clarke:

Both a rock George palace.

Joe Malkin:

There's the two bears questions.

Dave Clarke:

What two bears questions?

Joe Malkin:

Lovie Smith, Lovie Smith,

Rayshawn Buchanan:

you know, to summarize, you know,

Dave Clarke:

I mean, that was a that was about a man's achievement. Okay, that wasn't about the Chicago Bears. So But listen, Chicago Bears. I was surprised that you guys got that wrong like that, because I thought you would have anybody might have said Vince Lombardi they named the fucking trophy after him. But like, that's fine.

Joe Malkin:

He wasn't just because he won the first deal. They

Rob Kelly:

won for it yet. He wasn't. He was great. He was great. He was great. I don't want to fucking Yeah,

Rayshawn Buchanan:

I was like, let's not slander

Rob Kelly:

so it's not let that be the tape

Unknown:

deck. I'm happy to I'm happy. I'll do it. He wasn't that good.

Dave Clarke:

Yeah, he was no George house as we just learned. Question eight. rein it in. Here we go. Question eight. Whose turn is it? NFC NFC. The longest field goal ever made? was recorded at 64 yards. who kicked it?

Rob Kelly:

like five?

Michael Marcangelo:

What was it was it? Was it? Jason? Ilan. Was that in Denver?

Rob Kelly:

Yes. 64 I do not yet. And the other ones are all 63 right.

Michael Marcangelo:

Yeah, I mean, I feel like if it's gonna be someone who's gonna be in Denver, because it's either

Rob Kelly:

it's either hammer like Prater I don't think was Prater also in Denver.

Michael Marcangelo:

My guess is he'll him and

Rob Kelly:

I go Zealand.

Unknown:

Final answer. Yeah. Would you like to steal a FC?

Joe Malkin:

map printer?

Unknown:

Oh.

Joe Malkin:

Don't mess with me on kicker questions. Just

Dave Clarke:

right arrow kicker Malkin. Now, Matt, actually, as previously mentioned, Michael.

Michael Marcangelo:

Just hold on for you guys listening at home. Listen to the borrower. He said that back. It's Elan unless you disagree. No, go with him.

Dave Clarke:

Oh, yeah. Yeah, put your guests forward and then completely divorced yourself from responsibility. That's that's how that works.

Joe Malkin:

Guys, listen, the most important part here is that we stole the points.

Dave Clarke:

Yes, you did. So that's 100 points. The AFC team. It was Matt Prater. It was in Denver, and it was only a few years ago. All right, guys. I think that the momentum has switched here because they're about to get a question. I don't think they're gonna get right. Question nine. Wait, Craig, Can you remind me the score?

Craig D'Alessandro:

The current score is Joe and Ray at 200 Mike and Bobby at 350.

Dave Clarke:

It's a dead heat. Okay, this is alright anybody's game. I don't know what you guys were complaining about? Question not to the ASC teams. Everyone knows that sports movie favorite Brian song is about the deep friendship held by Chicago Bears players Brian Piccolo and Gale Sayers piccolos and Sayers sharply different temperaments and racial backgrounds made them unlikely to become as close friends as they did, including becoming the first interracial roommates in the history of the National Football League. The film chronicles the evolution of their friendship ending with piccolos death in 1970. But not everyone knows the actors who played them in the movie. Name them for 50 points each.

Unknown:

offer the name sorry, I don't either.

Dave Clarke:

Well, you have 27 seconds left to not remember

Unknown:

a long question. Yeah. Well, I

Dave Clarke:

wanted some background on that fine piece of cinema.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

Definitely a great movie. I'd

Joe Malkin:

say it's just another Chicago Bears question.

Dave Clarke:

Yeah, I mean, if you actually notice there's here's the thing there actually are themes. I did a cowboys theme in the last one. So I think it's fair enough.

Joe Malkin:

I honestly don't know right?

Unknown:

Yeah. All

Dave Clarke:

right. That's pass. Gentlemen try steal.

Michael Marcangelo:

I respect you guys too much to waste your time for will just gonna

Dave Clarke:

want to guess I'm pretty I'm pretty shocked that nobody knows.

Craig D'Alessandro:

Well, I know the answer. You want me

Dave Clarke:

Where are you today? Man curtain?

Craig D'Alessandro:

Do I get the points?

Dave Clarke:

Uh, so Craig gets to squirrel away the points in his dragon layer. So the answer is Sonny of Sonny Corleone fame. James Caan played Brian Piccolo.

Craig D'Alessandro:

Look how they massacred my boy.

Dave Clarke:

Yeah, exactly. And Gail say was was played by famously by Lando Calrissian. himself, Billy Dee Williams.

Unknown:

Oh, no.

Joe Malkin:

That's all. That's all. He's gotten.

Unknown:

CLE D Bailey D. I

Joe Malkin:

can't believe that was James Caan. He also played the data enough.

Dave Clarke:

Yeah. And he brought it in that role, too. He was James cannot not James Kant in that in that row. Question 10. The late Washington Redskins slinging Sammy bow is the definition of football versatility. He was the first player to lead the league in three different stats in three different areas of the team in 1943. offense, defense special teams, for 50 points each for a total of 150 points, named the position and the stats.

Rob Kelly:

So say valjoux quarterback, yeah.

Unknown:

So passing. Yeah.

Dave Clarke:

That's 50

Rob Kelly:

he was a partner.

Unknown:

So for a with you at pretty sure he's better. So for punting arts?

Dave Clarke:

That's 100

Michael Marcangelo:

and was your safety and interceptions? Bobby Johnson Yeah,

Rob Kelly:

I mean, it's either that or tackles and he was a linebacker

Unknown:

I'm gonna defer to you.

Rob Kelly:

I'll go safety. I'll go safety interceptions. I

Dave Clarke:

see. Guys, that was very impressive. That was very impressive that you went 343 there. I did you guys know that the AFC team knew the answers to those questions.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

I definitely knew about the passing but not the other two.

Dave Clarke:

I didn't know he was a three three sport athlete. Essentially. I knew I've heard of him as a quarterback but not as a punter and the safety. That's wild.

Rob Kelly:

Yeah, it was him and him and Otto Botha. That was an auto.

Dave Clarke:

Yeah. All right. So we have one bonus question. And the way that Bonus questions gonna work is it's gonna be first to shout it out. Craig, What's the score? Right?

Craig D'Alessandro:

The current score is Joe and Ray have 200 points Mike and Bobby with 100 250 400 points.

Unknown:

It'd be 500 I'm

Craig D'Alessandro:

sorry. 500 points.

Dave Clarke:

Okay, so anyone first to say it. Everybody remembers the 1922 NFL forming question too.

Unknown:

Yep. Yep.

Dave Clarke:

Who won? that year's championship first shout it out.

Michael Marcangelo:

Chicago Bears.

Unknown:

Incorrect. Yeah.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

giants.

Dave Clarke:

Incorrect. Bobby has a guest left that's it.

Rob Kelly:

Wherever the Cardinals before this, Philadelphia Cardinals

Dave Clarke:

incorrect The correct answer is the Canton Bulldogs.

Michael Marcangelo:

Ah Oh, that

Dave Clarke:

was a good attempt but that was $200 just for the birds

Unknown:

$20 $20 real

Dave Clarke:

I meant points. I can't afford this game. Okay, round to 300 points per correct answer and this round is about the current 2020 NFL season to date. It's called from the greatest hits to the latest hits. But first we're gonna have Craig read us a little message from our number one most favorite is sponsor box Oh crafts take it away Craig

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Dave Clarke:

Oh man, I love hearing about boxer crafts love those guys. Thanks for that great read Craig moving on question one I forget whose turn it is Craig Whose turn is it? Wait I know I remember it's Joe and Ray because Bobby and Mike just put on a clinic at the end of that last round okay

Joe Malkin:

did it's easy to put on a clinic when when there there's favoritism but carry on.

Dave Clarke:

You know, I mean, you sound an awful lot like someone else. I know. It's not rigged. You just lost anyway. We're not done yet. You can still win.

Joe Malkin:

I was gonna say it's not over. So

Dave Clarke:

with a minimum of one reception, what player and this is just a reminder because we took that little box Oh break 2020 season so far, greatest instantly. hits the minimum of at least one reception what player in the NFL has the least amount of receiving yards this season so far with negative six

Joe Malkin:

what team had negative six passing yards this week

Unknown:

is no it's an individual player

Joe Malkin:

no I understand no I understand I understand but the was the saints had negative six passing yards in the first quarter hammer

Rayshawn Buchanan:

was what do you say tip passing guards you

Joe Malkin:

know receiving yards with one with a minimum minimum of one reception who has the least amount of receiving yards with negative six yards?

Rayshawn Buchanan:

I mean I want I want to say what just happened in Denver but how are they he completed a pass this week?

Michael Marcangelo:

Five seconds

Joe Malkin:

it's not Denver it's it's on it was on the st side and I can't remember the name of the receiver times I can't remember the name taysom Hill

Dave Clarke:

good guests actually he was at towards the bottom of the list but not correct go ahead and try and steal guys 1515

Michael Marcangelo:

seconds Bobby I think so. I think it was I this is a trick question. Does this tell us all the fucking time I think it's I think it's a quarterback. I think Joe just let us there. And I think it was was it the game was it Rogers versus Tampa Bay? Was that it? I remember that that that happened there but I don't know if that's the is that negative six shirts. So no, no. Aaron Rodgers

Unknown:

correct.

Michael Marcangelo:

Was it was it the Tampa game?

Dave Clarke:

I don't know. I didn't look up that much. I just know he has negative had negative six receiving your incident for the season so far. That was very good, Mike. That's 300 points. Question two over the NFC folks.

Rob Kelly:

How What do you catches on pass? I know no other

Dave Clarke:

people can throw the ball to Bob he doesn't have to throw himself um you know, like I'm sure a wide receiver got it snap to him and tried to throw it Aaron Rodgers and he got hit for negative six yards. I don't remember happening either. Okay, I just make the questions up. You just listen to a hostility. A lot of hostility. You got to look at yourself and your own game. Listen, that

Unknown:

was not what I have.

Dave Clarke:

Control is not broken.

Joe Malkin:

Well, that's true. But that one was kind of just given away because we got it wrong. So

Dave Clarke:

yeah, at least at least we're starting to recognize that Okay, now this isn't a total bloodbath yet. I mean, there's it's I sound a lot like myself watching the bears play the Packers on Sunday. That's not so bad yet, but here we go. The NFC team a total of 17 players have one completed pass a total of one completed pass in the NFL season, thus far. Of those 17 players. Three of them are punters, the one of those punters I thought an equally difficult question would be like, name two punters in the NFL because I think everyone knows the Cowboys punter.

Michael Marcangelo:

I don't know if I can. Oh God, if I can even name a punter Chris Harris. Is that your final answer? Do How many? How many seconds Do we have if you haven't give us like a time of 10 seconds left.

Rob Kelly:

Chris Harris?

Unknown:

Sure.

Dave Clarke:

Did you make that name a present an actual punter.

Rob Kelly:

That's a real punter, I think.

Unknown:

No, that's not correct. You guys want to try and steal?

Joe Malkin:

I can. I can see his face cuz it was three that I know the three punters like I can see the three punters that have done it. And for some reason the Cowboys the Texans and the saints again the saints are jumping out at me. But I also know Thomas Moore said

Rayshawn Buchanan:

what about who's the punter for Carolina? Could I know that that that happened in that I remember that that Kansas City game so wherever he is, I don't know his name. But that guy from Carolina, the punter, Carolina.

Joe Malkin:

I feel like I don't think we can say

Rayshawn Buchanan:

he don't know. Kick kickers a young guy Joel. I don't know to name. These are punters

Dave Clarke:

not your times. I guess there's three of them. So I'm gonna go Thomas Morstead. Tommy. Morstead is not correct. Or is it Tommy Townsend?

Rayshawn Buchanan:

Who is heckler one of them from Johnny

Dave Clarke:

and Sam Koch from Baltimore.

Michael Marcangelo:

Baltimore.

Rob Kelly:

In Paris is not Chris Harris is not a punter.

Michael Marcangelo:

He's a wrestler, but he's

Rob Kelly:

gonna say he's a quarterback.

Unknown:

He's a Triple H.

Dave Clarke:

thrown the most

Joe Malkin:

just asked about punters

Dave Clarke:

yeah so it's weird because you were like Don't mess with me on Cooper question kickers kicker questions any kickers and punters

Joe Malkin:

are very different losses

Dave Clarke:

back AFC team back over to you there might be some controversy that this question landed with you guys. Total QPR is a statistic created by ESPN in 2011, and incorporates all of quarterbacks contributions to winning, including how he impacts the game on passes, rushes, turnovers and penalties. In order the top three players in terms of QPR so far this season are Patrick mahomes Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees as right now what unlikely quarterback sits in the number four spot Yeah,

Joe Malkin:

I know the last spot. It's not cuz cam Newton's last right. So what are the top three again? In order?

Dave Clarke:

It's Holmes Robert. That's Aaron Rodgers, Aaron Rodgers out any other Rogers's and Drew Brees

Joe Malkin:

Allen in Buffalo because because it he's saying it's unlikely so it wouldn't be Wilson. It wouldn't be Watson. So I'm thinking

Rayshawn Buchanan:

I'm comfortable with Josh Allen.

Joe Malkin:

Yeah, let's go with Josh Allen Buffalo Bills.

Dave Clarke:

I'm glad you guys are comfortable with each other but that's not the right answer. Okay, over to the NFC team. Can you steal

Michael Marcangelo:

Bobby Okay, so I again I think he's doing this shit to us on purpose. So if we think about qbr right, what about someone that has like less attempts so

Joe Malkin:

doing to you? It was our question.

Michael Marcangelo:

Yeah. To all of us to all of us as a collective. Bobby, I think I think it's your boy. I think it's Dak because he was injured and he was on fire before he was he was

Rob Kelly:

he was he was but I don't know if he does he still meet the minimum requirements. Is he messing with us with the word unlikely

Unknown:

Can I speak to the house deck? You go ahead Dak Prescott.

Dave Clarke:

There wasn't anyone nominated for this but that was a very good guest Mike and correct Oh, we were to the point where now I'm starting to get suspicious so as I'm as I'm looking at you on the zoom call, I'm gonna need to see your hands on the next couple questions because that was you really you really pulled it out there? That was

Michael Marcangelo:

surprising I use I just use my hands not my eyes You're right What do you mean might be over there Google

Dave Clarke:

and shit you know? I mean it was it we're on the honor system here Yes. All right. Now I trust that you're a smart guy you guys all someone that question

Michael Marcangelo:

you also you also you also fucked me over so many times in the last game show with with questions like this that now I just think you

Dave Clarke:

know is it let me let me just put something out there once and for all. Okay, we flip a fucking coin real US currency minted at the fucking US currency house. What's it called? The probably the mint. The mint minted susan b Anthony's on the cover who was unimpeachable with her integrity. Okay, and I flipped that shit and somebody wins and then somebody goes first, and then you can do me a choice. Yeah, completely dissing clewd any notion of bias Okay, I didn't make the coin. The only way there seems like every other

Unknown:

day or

Dave Clarke:

honestly at this point. I'm getting accusations from both fucking sides of the aisle. I have you all lose? all fucking losers. Okay, I have no bias here.

Joe Malkin:

We're all winners because you're hosting.

Michael Marcangelo:

Yeah. But like in reality I truly believe that it is your intention to to screw with all of us. So when I say me, I would have said that. I mean, I expect everyone else to say that I guess it just Joe and I adjust the source. It's my intention

Dave Clarke:

to get that best possible trivia game out of the lot of you my

Joe Malkin:

brand,

Dave Clarke:

and it's not my fault that it bleeds through that I fucking hate you guys. Okay,

Joe Malkin:

that's why you bring out the worst in all of us hashtag for the brand. Hashtag we're getting a lot of questions wrong. And this is probably the most entertaining part of the show. Let's move on.

Dave Clarke:

Question for

Rob Kelly:

this logic on this a little bit gameplay hands rule if we want. I'm in

Dave Clarke:

the middle of a fucking question. Yeah, hands rule though. You're right. That's a good point. everybody's hands up because I don't trust you any money anymore. I wouldn't rob a bank with any single one. Yeah. All right. Don't lie. Yes. sweeping the nation is the Lindy Hop. Okay, move it you drop it back with me. Moving on. There's been 22 players so far this season to record a pick six. All 22 are tied for first as nobody has returned more than one interception for a touchdown this year. Which player needed the most tries to run one of his interceptions in for a touchdown. As in of that 22 who has the most interceptions. It's another way to think about it. 30 seconds as the team starts now. It's great radio guys.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

Jc Jessen has six but he has he hasn't been back. Um

Unknown:

Oh,

Michael Marcangelo:

he did.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

What he did he went to Seattle. No, that was mccourty before he got went to Seattle. I was recording. Um, someone has seven but I don't know. I can't think of who the person has seven is though. You know who has a son who has a seven interceptions?

Joe Malkin:

No. And um, that would that's what I was trying. 30 seconds is that when he he? You were gone that long.

Unknown:

I never went anywhere.

Joe Malkin:

Let's let's say I mean JC Jackson.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

With me just put just put answer that

Dave Clarke:

JC Jackson, final answer. Incorrect anybody want to steal?

Rob Kelly:

That was gonna be my guest was JC Jackson. The only other one I have is Buddha Baker, but I don't know if he got in DK Metcalf ran his ass down. That was awesome. Yeah, I don't think he got in

Joe Malkin:

Stevenson play in the NFL this

Dave Clarke:

year. century under the century. Even Buddha was like, how did he catch me?

Rob Kelly:

He didn't he soundbite was great. He ran.

Unknown:

That was about he just used up all your time. What's your answer?

Joe Malkin:

He's like, wait a minute.

Michael Marcangelo:

Buddha Baker?

Rob Kelly:

Yeah, Buddha Baker. Correct. Nobody

Unknown:

got it was Minka Fitzpatrick?

Rob Kelly:

Oh, one pick six.

Dave Clarke:

That was a good question, though. If I might. That was. Everyone's happy with Dave again. Okay. All right.

Joe Malkin:

You're really sensitive about welcome the whole share, bro.

Dave Clarke:

Yeah, I'm really sensitive in general. Like, that's I never did I never have. I've never not claimed to be I'm a very sensitive flower.

Rob Kelly:

Luckily, I'm just a host of a show where everyone gets emotional. Okay,

Michael Marcangelo:

so can we just get a score? Check, please. I mean, I just I just want to know how much

Rayshawn Buchanan:

100 200 you're up. That's all that matters.

Michael Marcangelo:

Well, we got to 300 point questions,

Craig D'Alessandro:

right. would you would you really like to know the score? You know, one, the the current score is Mike and Bobby at 1100. Yeah. Joe and Ray at 200.

Joe Malkin:

Listen, why are we trusting Craig when we know he can't do math?

Unknown:

Oh, God is on the chopping block

Rob Kelly:

where I get my socialism kicks in and I'm like getting 100 points.

Joe Malkin:

No. Well, we've learned a lot. Dave is sensitive. And Bobby is a socialist.

Dave Clarke:

So I've claimed to not be sensitive. And

Joe Malkin:

now people know.

Unknown:

Yeah, people definitely. I'm

Dave Clarke:

very sensitive. You're never gonna hear me cry on the show, though. But anyways,

Joe Malkin:

legs Long, Long Beach.

Dave Clarke:

Gotta hate the beach. I don't I not only hate the beach. I hate people that like the beach. And we may have just lost a whole swath of listeners but like the beaches, okay. All right.

Joe Malkin:

I don't. We're listening to us at the beach. It's too

Dave Clarke:

damn cold. Question five, round two. It's gonna be like a nine hour show. What team has the most first downs gained in the NFL so far this season? And FCT 30 seconds starts now.

Michael Marcangelo:

So Bobby, I think it's the Kansas City Chiefs.

Rob Kelly:

That got too big? I don't think so.

Michael Marcangelo:

Okay. All right. So why don't you tell me who you think it is, dude. I mean, come on

Rob Kelly:

the problem. If you don't have a solution that gets like the saints, or the bra or the box or a team that likes to Dink and dunk down the field, I just think the Chiefs go too big.

Unknown:

Okay. All right. So go ahead.

Dave Clarke:

So your answer is not the chiefs. You're not gonna give

Rob Kelly:

me like, I'm just trying to be devil's advocate and make sure we you know, explore all,

Michael Marcangelo:

all you said was now so like

Dave Clarke:

30 seconds is up. So Mike, do you want to make a guess? But all right. It's the fucking chiefs

Rob Kelly:

final answer chiefs. Okay.

Dave Clarke:

Well, after that successful torpedoing of your team's chances there, Bobby, the answer was not the cheese.

Michael Marcangelo:

I

Joe Malkin:

grade. There was a point where I did kind of think that Dave would come up with questions from the season. And I started to look and then and then I got busy doing other things. And this was one of the things that I just didn't get to. But Seattle.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

Yeah, I mean, the way they go to, you know, I mean, DK Metcalf gets wherever he wants, you know, Russell Wilson running, you know, Russell getting what he wants. So yeah, let's let's rock with Seattle,

Joe Malkin:

Seattle. See? That's

Dave Clarke:

a really good answer. That's the really good answer. It probably will. I would have said, it's not the case, though. Unfortunately, the Arizona Cardinals and it makes sense when you hear it, right.

Rob Kelly:

They go so fast, and they have so many players. I learned how just like

Michael Marcangelo:

he was I was at one of your 31 teams. And you said was,

Rob Kelly:

say 30 what I just said it wasn't a fucking chiefs. Okay, right. Exactly.

Dave Clarke:

That was like I honestly, if I was in Mike's position, I'd be so mad at you for that too. Like, great. Thanks.

Michael Marcangelo:

Dave, like in seconds.

Joe Malkin:

You know, what Dave likes the most about this is that the the attention was so focused on him for the first round and a half. But then there's a point where Mike just gets so frustrated with Bobby, that

Dave Clarke:

everybody wins. Okay, it's true. Everybody wins. listeners

Unknown:

have to know it by now.

Dave Clarke:

Moving on, moving on reining it in as I get mad at Mike your time here. All right. Question six. Matt. Patricia was fired recently. In his career as the Lions Head Coach, he posted a miserable 13 wins 29 losses and one draw. He took those lines to an even more damning two and 13 record against his division rivals against which team or teams that those two wins come. You'll notice by phrasing the question I and I'll give you extra time, because I'm interrupting your time. But you notice how I phrased the question. I didn't really have to point out how terrible Matt Patricia was, but I decided to do it. At the start anyway, just in case

Joe Malkin:

Yeah. Patricia if you listen to this podcast, you were a terrible head coach in Detroit

Unknown:

is a good good defensive coordinator. But anyway,

Joe Malkin:

he's already apparently a pretty good rocket scientists don't sound

Dave Clarke:

like a good kisser I hear good kisser.

Joe Malkin:

good kisser it well. It's the beard. That's, that's what makes me Yeah, it's always the beer. So 40 seconds left,

Rayshawn Buchanan:

I want to soak because they did bring this up. I gotta say, I feel like Green Bay is one of them. Like they found a way to get lucky. And when when the Green Bay at some point Could I would never bring Dave great joy to hear about that. So I will say Green Bay, and probably Minnesota.

Joe Malkin:

I see. That's what he wants us to think. But I think he mixed in another bearish question here. So I think it's I think it's the packers and the bears.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

So the Packers it bears Okay, so packers and bears

Joe Malkin:

Oh my. Oh my.

Dave Clarke:

Finally it's fun. So that's not correct. Go ahead and FCT and try and steal

Michael Marcangelo:

Christ All right. So it's not the bears. So it's it's

Rob Kelly:

it's it's the guinea pig. Not the bears. Is that would you say?

Michael Marcangelo:

Yeah, that probably so Vikings and Packers.

Rob Kelly:

I think it's Vikings and someone I think is Viking.

Michael Marcangelo:

Okay, okay. Vikings and bears.

Rob Kelly:

Vikings and bears? No, no, no.

Michael Marcangelo:

Vikings and Packers stop. Fucking

Dave Clarke:

Vikings Packers finally. Answer. No, the answer was the Green Bay Packers. It's the Vikings.

Joe Malkin:

Games. There's only three things

Michael Marcangelo:

like you just did it again. Dude.

Rob Kelly:

Right. What you said

Michael Marcangelo:

is wrong. The Bears

Dave Clarke:

said. What you what you guys missed was I said what team or teams? Yeah, it was just the Packers. They beat twice.

Joe Malkin:

Yeah. So Ray, I'm sorry.

Michael Marcangelo:

Your question was intelligent. dk. I gave you that. But your rebuttal was just repeating what they said. Whatever.

Unknown:

Bobby did guess what the other team? Did? I

Rob Kelly:

already guessed that I was not listening to what they said.

Joe Malkin:

Don't ever write Don't ever let me bother you. Okay, and just just take over if you think it's the Packers because you were right. And you said that?

Dave Clarke:

Yeah. It's definitely the Packers but actually Ray Ray holds responsibility for driving away because he was like it's definitely the packers and someone else that's true.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

of a team team or team something like maybe there's more than so. You got the logic 100%

Dave Clarke:

correct that I like love that the packers are doing to to to chip losses you find Matt Patricia rain.

Joe Malkin:

Do you think Matt Patricia is sitting at home right now like with his wife like but

Rob Kelly:

I teach Coleman his beard.

Dave Clarke:

Yeah, I hope he is. crying. I hope he's crying into like, what does he eat borscht? Probably.

Michael Marcangelo:

I don't know. We can't get too bored. Oh, yeah.

Dave Clarke:

Okay, next question over to the the team of the NFC prediction side. Question seven true or false. Patrick mahomes has the lowest completion percentage on the Kansas City Chiefs of eligible players with at least one completion.

Unknown:

I think it's true.

Rob Kelly:

I think it's true. So so I'm pretty sure that they've thrown a couple of truck passes. And every single one of them has worked so far. I don't I don't think I've seen one trick play from Kansas.

Michael Marcangelo:

We haven't heard this confidence from you since the first round. So I like it. I'll die on that hill. Good said.

Rob Kelly:

Yeah, I'm gonna I'm gonna go off for direct. Yeah, false.

Dave Clarke:

said true that, didn't you? You wanted to go. But you accidentally said false. I said false. Yeah, so false is correct. And because I'm saying that it's you say true and and false is correct. I'm saying that because you can't steal a true or false for obvious reasons. But I do have a steel question ready? In this in the circle. So do we get it right or wrong? No, you got it wrong, because the answer was false. And then he talked himself into true and then misspoke by saying false so you don't get it because he like stumbled over the one year online. I'm going to Craig I'm going to correct if there's any kind of if there's anything up in the air here. I'll go to Craig Craig. You did here Bobby's entire line of logic and then he just like said the wrong thing. Right. So we would want herodian that was 14 did the other way though? we would we would because we would go you talked yourself into the right answer the entire time you meant to say one and you accidentally send the other right so he Bobby screwed up so Craig final ruling if you don't mind. What What do they give the final answer for? He said

Unknown:

nobody knows.

Dave Clarke:

Okay, you're not getting this point. But I have it just in case because obviously the true or false it's not he said

Craig D'Alessandro:

true. Final answer right.

Dave Clarke:

He says Oh, and I said I said false isn't which is my fault. I should have been like I thought you were gonna go with true and then it was like True. True. And then he was like false because he heard me say false correct. Which all you really have to do is keep his dick in his pants on the on the first answer that you have in mind. Yeah, but I think I we're moving on. You didn't get that. Obviously, I can't just go to them and have them steal the points because there's only you know, two answers. So Bobby gave them both for 400 points, because this is going to be a bonus question and a steal. Who does have the lowest completion percentage? price? Kelsey? That's correct. 400 points over the AFC team. Very good running complete pass, which was intended for Patrick mahomes. And I have I have a 50 point bonus question that I just thought of off the top of my head. What is his complete completion percentage?

Joe Malkin:

33% 50

Dave Clarke:

that was gone. You guys. That was a lot of fun. I mean, Bobby's gaff, there relief means for some really great radio.

Unknown:

Unbelievable.

Dave Clarke:

If anyone remembers at home, we had a thing called a nominated speaker on the last show, and what I realized is it would be more fun for Bobby and Mike to have to argue with each other on who was going to give the final answer and I knew this was gonna happen. You know, this is the kind of great content you get,

Michael Marcangelo:

but I literally said you know what, Bobby, you sound confident because he was saying all the right things.

Joe Malkin:

Ray and I are over here. Just so wholesome. We're just

Dave Clarke:

so wholesome. You guys are wholesome but wholesome apparently doesn't we need points. Alright.

Joe Malkin:

What else points? We just got 400 We're

Dave Clarke:

back. That was good. That was good. That was good. There we go. Good. Question a over two over the range of the AFC team. The Detroit Lions have 2754 yards passing this season. The San Francisco 40 Niners have more or less than that.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

So we're going to save so between drop below Mullins beat hard. His knees beat hard.

Unknown:

heard of that guy? Hang on.

Joe Malkin:

That was like not you want to answer the

Michael Marcangelo:

air? Yeah, just show my hands. Oh, you were like this distracted Donaghy rated somebody

Joe Malkin:

with can't get him as a guest now. All right. Um, okay. So the question is do the 40 Niners have more passing hours than than the Detroit Lions Jesus. Jimmy had a really good day against doing so do they have more than 2000 passing yards?

Dave Clarke:

But in fact, just to clarify, the question is do the San Francisco foreigners have more or less than the Detroit Lions? Right? No, I know when you say more or less, it's about the niners? Not that okay, just click Yes. Oh, yeah. Have a repeat of last round. Go ahead,

Joe Malkin:

right. No, no. Are you asking this to me? And right now, Bobby?

Unknown:

No.

Joe Malkin:

So

Unknown:

Bobby didn't stop it.

Joe Malkin:

He didn't you didn't think about 400 points. Appreciate Travis. Kelsey. There. We'll get him on. All right. What do you what do you think? Right? Yes or no?

Rayshawn Buchanan:

Higher lower thing is less?

Joe Malkin:

Yeah, I think it's less. So less than one answer.

Dave Clarke:

That's not correct. That's not correct.

Unknown:

Oh, yeah.

Rob Kelly:

I'm gonna go here.

Dave Clarke:

Yeah, it is more. So your bonus question. For for an equal 400 points. In the passing yards ranking. This is the NFC team, obviously, in the pack passing yards ranking. Are they more or less than two spaces away from them? So obviously, they have more passing yards and then is it two spaces? Less more?

Unknown:

I think it's, I think it's God, but I think it's less than two spaces.

Dave Clarke:

All right, I'm gonna go with you. We're going less. It's less than two spaces there one space ahead of them and they have six yards more than them. So that's the thing that happened. Okay.

Rob Kelly:

Matthew Stafford right there.

Unknown:

Yeah.

Rob Kelly:

That's that's not so they've gone through someone named. But what was his name? Brett.

Joe Malkin:

Bedard. You're just trying to take the the attention off yourself? No.

Rob Kelly:

Yeah. No, Craig, true or false. They

Joe Malkin:

have 1500 points

Rayshawn Buchanan:

they had dad equipment would have. What a name like that. The NATO I don't know how to say. But clearly

Dave Clarke:

moving on. Question that over to the NFC team. What team has the worst turnover plus minus in the NFL so far this season? 30.

Rob Kelly:

It is the Eagles with the Cowboys.

Dave Clarke:

I know. For the folks at home, sorry to interrupt your time, but just for the folks at home plus minus obviously being the amount of turnovers their defense have gotten for their team subtracted or added to the amount of turnovers their offense has given up. So that's everybody clear on that you guys are clear in that question. Okay, cool.

Rob Kelly:

So I know the Cowboys. I know the Cowboys have the most turnovers in the league. I don't know. vendor defense is terrible. Their defense is bad, but they've had some turnovers finally this year, I think it's either that or the Eagles. It's one of the two. So I

Michael Marcangelo:

The Jaguars are sick on my mind for some reason, but if you think it's the Cowboys, go ahead and say, Bobby, I'm gonna let you redeem yourself. I think.

Rob Kelly:

I think it's the Cowboys. Final answer. Yeah, finalizing.

Unknown:

That is not correct.

Joe Malkin:

Can you guys steal? The Cleveland Browns are jumping out at me there because the Cleveland defense is pretty. Okay. And their offense has been

Rob Kelly:

rough.

Joe Malkin:

But I think we also could be on the completely wrong end of things. Cam Newton has sucked. So that could also be a good one because the Patriots defense has been pretty good.

Dave Clarke:

Five seconds left, right. Anything to contribute and gray,

Rayshawn Buchanan:

yellow, let's go.

Joe Malkin:

Yeah, let's go with knowing the normal matrix. Wow.

Dave Clarke:

damning indictment of your team that you thought that no, the answer is the Denver Broncos.

Craig D'Alessandro:

Um, it's funny.

Rob Kelly:

I want to have I want we went cowboys. And you guys want patriots to say yeah,

Dave Clarke:

that's sad for both of you. I think that the point is that the logic line of previous questions would have been better like what's Dave doing here? Because it's the second Denver Broncos question that's been in the quiz so far, but I'm

Joe Malkin:

trying to give you some some credit and not go with your your team or like a team you went with before. It's definitely

Dave Clarke:

not gonna be the but apparently, not even here, though. So the brands, but the Browns wasn't the greatest call either. They're like eight and three. They're not gonna have the worst.

Joe Malkin:

Well, yeah, but but that doesn't. But that doesn't mean I'm gonna

Dave Clarke:

have a negative 15 plus minus if they have to suck.

Unknown:

Eagles, eagles.

Joe Malkin:

Good. I'd be right on sevens. Not bad.

Unknown:

I mean,

Dave Clarke:

moving on. Very, very, very bad. My team to a higher standard than that. Doesn't they don't meet that standard, but I do hold them to it. Okay. Question 10. What team is allowed the most yards per game in the NFL so far? This season? The New York Jets? Very confident from Jo final answer. Yes. Ray, very competent. Do you guys want to try and steal? Because that was Whoa.

Michael Marcangelo:

It's not the Cowboys, cowboys? cowboys.

Dave Clarke:

You guys are gonna get two questions wrong in a row with the answer. The Dallas Cowboys. It's the Seattle Seahawks.

Unknown:

Oh, wow. Yeah, they're

Rob Kelly:

there. They're most points is the Cowboys? Most? Definitely the cow. Yeah.

Joe Malkin:

People are gonna really well, you guys have a sports podcast. And your

Dave Clarke:

questions are difficult. You know, there was a lot of criticism. Great, john, you've done a criticism in the last game that there was some questions that were too easy. There's some criticisms at the start around one that the questions are too easy. And now, maybe we're seeing that the questions are good. Okay.

Joe Malkin:

Craig, what's your score? 1500. Two, to 600 1500 to

Craig D'Alessandro:

600.

Rob Kelly:

All the listeners should keep count of their scores. And if you guys beat us, let us know.

Joe Malkin:

Yeah. Dave. Yeah. For 200 points, you're doing a great job. Thanks, man.

Dave Clarke:

I appreciate you giving me those points are going to take them home and trying to unclog the sink. Okay, round three. This round is called catch or pass for 500 points for question one 500 points for question two. And then question three. For all the marbles. 1000 points is the final round, right? Yeah, this is the final round. This is for all the kit and caboodle. This is the for the caboodle and the kit. But with no more ado, and without any further gilding the lily. Let's go to question one. Now how this works. For the listeners at home. If you didn't listen to the first game show you're missing out, first of all, cuz that went really well,

Unknown:

Shawn.

Dave Clarke:

But basically, I'm going to tell them, I'm going to ask this question where there's 12 answers to the question for the first one. And I'm going to go to the AFC team to say if they want to bet first or defer first because they seem to want that to happen. So that'll happen and they'll say we can name for and if the other team doesn't believe they can name for they'll go go ahead and try and name for the first Wrong answer that they say disqualifies them. Okay, so then they can't win the points and the other team tries to name the remaining amount if they want, but at that point we've lost so is everybody clear on that? Yeah. Cool. So AFC team, I'm going to give you the choice because you're behind Would you like to? I'm gonna read you the question and then you can let me know if you want them to bet first.

Michael Marcangelo:

I just have a question. Not that that will happen. I'm arguing with the host. But isn't it our turn to go first?

Dave Clarke:

It is but now we're in round three and round threes rules are different. Oh, if we were still in round two, it would still be your turn but we're in round three and the rules are different here. Round three. The all bets are off and the floor is lava. Okay, so here we are. On three, two Ranger. I'm gonna read you the question and you can bet first or not, and it really doesn't matter. By the way who bets first you petty motherfuckers? Question one. There are 12 teams with 10 or more interceptions in the NFL so far this season. How many of those Do you think you can name? Would you guys like to bet the amount you think you can name or would you like them to start?

Joe Malkin:

I think we pass it on to Bobby and Mike and let them go. One because

Dave Clarke:

I they might kill each other by the time they differ, they might come back to you.

Joe Malkin:

So Mike and mike got really torn up about not being able to go first here. So yeah, we don't want them to feel bad for getting picked last in dodgeball. So go ahead, Mike, you guys can go first. So you said one you guys can name. So we didn't, we didn't say what we can name we're passing it to you to decide you get to decide.

Michael Marcangelo:

Can you just read the question one more time for me?

Dave Clarke:

There's 12 teams so far in the NFL this season with 10 or more interceptions? How many of those teams do you think you can name?

Michael Marcangelo:

for it? It's

Dave Clarke:

really not good radio when you hold the core

Rob Kelly:

for sorry. I think we can name for four. Okay.

Dave Clarke:

So that would mean that the other team either has to let them name for or say that they can name five, or you could up the bed even more if you really want to?

Joe Malkin:

Well, we could we could we could also let them name for and then when they get it wrong. On number two, we could name three and get the points.

Unknown:

How that works.

Rob Kelly:

Until all four

Unknown:

we get to say final answer after every single one dude. So yes, we do. Yeah, you know, you

Dave Clarke:

got to lock them in the second you say one that's wrong. I mean, you can discuss stuff but the second you say when that's wrong, it's all over.

Joe Malkin:

Right? What do you think? So there's 12, which is nearly half the league? Do we let them go for four? Or do we try to say we can name five? Because I can name three?

Rayshawn Buchanan:

Yeah, I wanna see if they can go four to four. I want to see. Yeah. It's that low,

Dave Clarke:

huh? Damn. Okay.

Joe Malkin:

I mean, if they get this question, the game is nearly over.

Dave Clarke:

Right? Well, don't we would have some hearts. All right. Question one Do you guys have to name for and no wrong answers. You have to name the four teams, four of the 12 teams that have 10 or more interceptions the NFL so far?

Michael Marcangelo:

All right. So Bobby, I think first thing I think the Steelers are great defense. I'm gonna go with the Steelers. I think Steelers is one final answer. Yeah, I agree. That's correct. Uh, the Bucs have a lot of turnovers. Dude.

Rob Kelly:

I wouldn't lock I can't lock them in that really tends to buck. Yeah, yes. I. So I know. I think it's the Patriots. I think they're one because I know Jesse Jackson has sex and there's definitely for all the turnovers ever happened. And they've a couple of them this past weekend. So I know the past. Okay, good. I'm 99% sure that the Patriots are one of them.

Michael Marcangelo:

All right. New England Patriots final

Rob Kelly:

answer. New England Patriots final answer. Correct. Okay, Bay

Michael Marcangelo:

Buccaneers. Final answer? Correct.

Rob Kelly:

Okay, and last we'll go, dude, we'll get Kade City Chiefs or ordinary Colts.

Michael Marcangelo:

I'm gonna go with the call to the saints. So you pick out of those two but

Rob Kelly:

called final item? Correct.

Dave Clarke:

Okay. Tactical, tactical error, letting them only name for I think. I think he really had to be a little ballsy.

Joe Malkin:

There. I regret it. I said it. Well, we made the decision.

Unknown:

Or was low, man.

Joe Malkin:

I was raised not happy with it either.

Dave Clarke:

No, it was low mean. But anyway, there's 1500 points left for grad school. So can they still win? Craig? What's the score? Yes, we can buy 1400 the current score is Joe and raise 600. Now Mike and Bobby are at 2000s. There's 1500 points left up for grabs. And they're up by 1400. This could be the comeback of the century here guys. Okay, so let's just let the crowd settle in. And let's like let that inspirational music start to pipe in. And I'm going to ask question two. There are eight quart this obviously goes first bet to the NFC team. There are eight quarterbacks who hold two Super Bowl rings total. How many can you name? Two total? Not more than two or less than two two total?

Unknown:

Oh, oh.

Rob Kelly:

Oh. That's different. That's a different class. Okay. It's just ate the whole test. I think we could name you want to go start three. That's that's specifically two. Yeah.

Unknown:

Three Yeah, we'll

Rob Kelly:

go three

Joe Malkin:

try think Ray. I'm trying to try to think of the the quarterbacks in the league. So you got three of the eight. I can think of two I know one for absolutely damn sure. A one y'all know that one. Um, to

Rayshawn Buchanan:

know that we all did we could do Florida.

Joe Malkin:

We can do for Let's go. Let's go for four. Let's go for half of them.

Dave Clarke:

Can you guys go for fine.

Michael Marcangelo:

Ah yeah. Huh, five.

Joe Malkin:

Can you guys go for six. That's the I was pushing it right. So so there's there's eight active quarterbacks in the NFL with two Super Bowl rings.

Rob Kelly:

Not not

Rayshawn Buchanan:

active. No, it's

Unknown:

active all the time.

Joe Malkin:

Because I can name I can name three that are active.

Craig D'Alessandro:

Daily. I think you should reread the question to them one more time.

Michael Marcangelo:

Craig trying to help his buddy out. I can see this. No good.

Joe Malkin:

Good thing Craig woke up in the third round.

Dave Clarke:

So there's eight quarterbacks who will two Super Bowl rings total. How many of those eight Can you need?

Joe Malkin:

Let's go. Let's go with six. Let's go for six. Let's go for six. All right, right. Let's talk about Ben Roethlisberger.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

Yep, that's this one.

Joe Malkin:

Yeah, lock it in Ben Roethlisberger. Final

Unknown:

answer.

Dave Clarke:

That's correct.

Joe Malkin:

Okay. Eli Manning? Yep. That's two final answer. That's correct. Bart Starr final answer. Correct.

Rob Kelly:

That was a that was a

Unknown:

good Jim Jim Plunkett.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

Yeah, could he got to what the Raiders he didn't win anything in the way of that, obviously. But he got one he got one to get one A B, Philly. And then a B. The rest is a couple years later, I think

Joe Malkin:

you said

Rayshawn Buchanan:

so Plunkett final answer?

Dave Clarke:

Correct.

Unknown:

As for who more to win this question.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

How do you feel about phil simms? 86 and 90 I know he wasn't the starter, because it wasn't but he has. But he has to say so. So so filson sell SOS phil simms. Okay.

Dave Clarke:

You're still good. You

Rob Kelly:

need one more.

Unknown:

You need one more.

Joe Malkin:

And then, um, how many did Bradshaw win with the Steelers?

Unknown:

So he got four. Oh, you

Rayshawn Buchanan:

know what? You know, I'm actually disappointed Joe. We didn't say your favorite player of all time. Oh. Okay. Maybe. That's that's the sick.

Joe Malkin:

That's the sick final answer.

Unknown:

Final answer.

Dave Clarke:

Not the one I didn't name the one that you didn't. Rec and Roger stone back.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

Oh, so honestly, we could have got the all night but I thought about your music. I forgot Miami went back to back. Ray.

Joe Malkin:

Ray, you got it. You get all the points on them. I can't.

Dave Clarke:

I can't believe Manning last if you if you negotiate your way through this last question. There's there's a winning possibility and secret spoiler alert, but not so much because we're in the middle of the show. There's a bonus question at the end for 500 points. So all bets are off now. And it's anybody's game. Question three, seven running backs of one Super Bowl. MVP. How many can you name for 1000 points? Seven quarter. Sorry, seven running backs. It's like the start of a tongue twister. Seven running backs have won Super Bowl MVP. How many can you name for 1000 points go into the NFC team. Going over to the NFC team. How many of you guys think you need Okay, go ahead. AFC team. How many how many think you're getting seven running

Joe Malkin:

backs have won? Super Bowl MVP, Super Bowl MVP. I can think of two off the top of my head. Take a look at that a plating. Yeah.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

Can I get three or four?

Joe Malkin:

I think four. All right, so let's go with four.

Rob Kelly:

Yeah, so for how many? Seven, seven.

Unknown:

So we'd have to name five out of seven. You know, like,

Rob Kelly:

I know I'm like I'm like the trivia buff and I know everything with Damon five out of seven fucking running backs. tough man. I can think of three off the top of my head. Was I i think i right exactly. And I think I would have to take for those last two. So like, I I know that this isn't the demands way to win a game but I'm gonna have to let you guys go with five. Oh, we said four or four. I'm gonna have to let you guys either way. I'm gonna go for because I

Joe Malkin:

went what is Mike think?

Michael Marcangelo:

No, no. Apparently doesn't matter. Do you? Just go ahead.

Joe Malkin:

No, I don't know what

Unknown:

that was. Everybody Be quiet.

Rob Kelly:

Everyone knows who I was making.

Dave Clarke:

Bobby Just be quiet. It's fine. He was just expressing his opinion. Are you guys gonna let them do four? Or do you want to bet more collectively? I mean, I need a consensus.

Rob Kelly:

Do you think we can take two more?

Michael Marcangelo:

Yeah, I think we can. All right, five five.

Joe Malkin:

I think we let them live. I think we let them try and find five unless you can really think of six right?

Michael Marcangelo:

He can he just doesn't want to lose he just doesn't want to No, no

Dave Clarke:

no no influencing you let them deliberate on their own. Oh, sorry.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

I definitely do want to redo myself from the last time when I didn't you already did with that phil simms one man. But no, no, I'm saying but this is me. And Craig Craig knows what I'm talking about. Like we had it last time and I let it slip through my hand. So um, I would. I would like to go for 600

Unknown:

brass balls. We're gonna

Joe Malkin:

name we're gonna name six of the seven running backs.

Dave Clarke:

I will remind you guys like the games on the line for you. So do you? Do you want the ball in your hands to try and win the game? Or do you want to want to try and watch the other team fail?

Joe Malkin:

I always want to Shane Falco and take the ball on my own because well,

Dave Clarke:

I'm going to need an answer because I'm here on this show. So

Joe Malkin:

I think I'm Right. What do you want to go out?

Rayshawn Buchanan:

I want to go for the show. I'm different. I'm assuming you're not going

Dave Clarke:

to try and name seven.

Michael Marcangelo:

We're gonna

Dave Clarke:

worry about them go. Okay, great. Go ahead, guys.

Joe Malkin:

So Emmitt Smith is one, correct. I didn't even have to say final answer final answer, Emmitt Smith's easiest one,

Unknown:

and it's all correct.

Joe Malkin:

Did Betis win MVP in one of their Super Bowls?

Rayshawn Buchanan:

No, no, that was high scored pines. And the other one was Oz, I think. Yeah, but nothing was as rough as burger. Yeah, so it actually doesn't matter. I'm Marcus Allen. Correct. Terrell Davis

Dave Clarke:

correct. That's three

Rayshawn Buchanan:

so come on up. We got three more so that's that's half there. So I'm

Joe Malkin:

told you the two I the one I knew and the second one I thought Ah, let's see. Let's see. Running back another running back um,

Rayshawn Buchanan:

we got we got to go further back problem. We've had this not someone

Joe Malkin:

chosen. What have we what have we said so far? We've said Marcus Allen. Emmitt Smith

Rayshawn Buchanan:

has met then. Control Davis. Davis. I was I was missing this. I must throw away with the last I wasn't gonna miss them this time around. I know so how you played he played for the Giants on it? No, it's not. Oh, God. There's the running. It's the running back for the giants. I

Dave Clarke:

know they're running back. Yeah. So he has a prerequisite for this question. said again. Tiki Marvin is a running back. Yeah,

Rayshawn Buchanan:

no, no, no, I would say there's no there's no there's no not Tiki Bar because no. Um, it's when they it's when the Giants beat on. Win a one and 90. They're running back at number 24. But damn it.

Joe Malkin:

Ah, that's fine, too. Hey, hey, we can leave him off the board and let's go find the other three. Gotcha.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

That's gonna bother me then I notice if I can say the name

Joe Malkin:

of the event. What about him? Ah, All right, guys got one and Washington Reagan's. I mean, dude, they've they've only won one Super Bowl.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

No, Washington one three. I'm sorry, three Super Bowls. But I mean, Doug Williams won another one right. Doug Williams. I wanted and then I mean 1003 Yeah, right. Um, you know, five that was the MVP in 83. But I feel like jaw Reagan's jaw redirect

Unknown:

that was impressive.

Dave Clarke:

All right, three guys left and you only have

Unknown:

two I got four.

Joe Malkin:

Yeah, I'm into

Rayshawn Buchanan:

Ah, let's see. Let's see.

Dave Clarke:

There's three guys left me only gonna name two of them.

Joe Malkin:

Yeah, three guys left in a in a

Michael Marcangelo:

apparently you have an hour to do it. So just take the time guys.

Rob Kelly:

No, but listen if they get these last minute, come on

Unknown:

sportsmanship here. This is not an easy question.

Michael Marcangelo:

off the table.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

I know people at home I wish y'all could help me but I guess you got to hear it afterwards but no

Dave Clarke:

phone a friend here no photo friend. Right You know who wants to remain is rolling?

Rob Kelly:

Right now?

Dave Clarke:

Okay, go. What you got?

Unknown:

It makes sense

Rob Kelly:

that we can't we can't listen to flat Larry Larry's

Rayshawn Buchanan:

aka That's correct.

Rob Kelly:

Oh my Jesus. lassic Come on. I know you. I know you one left.

Joe Malkin:

I feel like I'm just sitting here in the stands watching

Unknown:

slumdog. Right. Well, let's

Joe Malkin:

go back to a real quick and talk it out because Mike said we have an hour so who was running back for the giants in the night in 1990. I

Rayshawn Buchanan:

felt like his that his last name was Anderson, but I might I might be wrong. It doesn't sound right. But because I know he was number 24. Is because he really had a good game that day, but I can't I cannot remember. For the life of me.

Dave Clarke:

I'm gonna need Yes.

Joe Malkin:

So we got we got two left. We need one full.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

Well, I fell out. I don't know if anybody. Oh, you know, I think it is. I think I think Tony doorset 20 doorset. Final answer.

Unknown:

No answer. No. Oh.

Dave Clarke:

No. And the worst part is Oh, it was a guy named it was a guy. It's

Unknown:

Franco Harris.

Dave Clarke:

It was it was a guy named Anderson from the giants. He right there.

Michael Marcangelo:

Oh,

Dave Clarke:

you're right. He said Anderson from the drive. If you said Anderson from the giants, I would 100%

Unknown:

times. Oh, this

Dave Clarke:

oldest four times. Oh, okay. Franco Harris was the other guy. Yeah.

Rayshawn Buchanan:

Okay.

Dave Clarke:

So What's the score? Craig?

Joe Malkin:

Right. That was impressive. That was

Dave Clarke:

good. But you don't get anything for almost only counts for horseshoes and hand grenades. So yeah,

Joe Malkin:

I mean, he did say and second. Everybody, hold

Dave Clarke:

on one second, please. Joe, are you saying that he gave that answer?

Rayshawn Buchanan:

I did. I mean,

Joe Malkin:

he beat us. That answer said number one called out his number said his last name. I think you should go to Craig for the ruling on that. Well,

Unknown:

hold on. Now hold on a second,

Dave Clarke:

like on a second. Like, I'm just I would just like to put it out there. That that isn't the entire story. And I'm not going to go to Craig. I'll tell you the reason. He said Henderson from the giants, I think I think and then he said, Tony doorset final answer. So obviously, his answer was non Anderson. When it isn't mandatory, but don't try and win like that. Okay, so

Rob Kelly:

Tony, got smoked and all the Super Bowls he played for for the Broncos

Craig D'Alessandro:

was Bob and Mike with 2000. Joe and Ray with 1100.

Dave Clarke:

That's too bad guys. Well, I was close, we now have a two time reigning, defending defended undefeated Quiz Show Champion in the NFC team. Congratulations to Mike and Bobby, everybody. Let's hear from Bobby. But

Joe Malkin:

let's pick between the two quiz shows never happened.

Dave Clarke:

We're just done with a quiz show. Here's the quiz show. So your glory is in is in a different realm. And we'll revisit that in four weeks. Thank you guys so much for tuning in. Thank you so much for coming in. Guys. I know Joe has a really hard time relinquishing the host reins, but I think he did the best he could really appreciate it. Everybody that participated. You guys did a wonderful job, Ray. Really close. You know, that was a real tackle on the one yard line type situation at the end. They're really proud of your performance. Joe, you had some great answers to some great questions. The questions were expertly made by me. Thank you so much, Craig and Mike and Bobby, there are two and oh in the quiz show. Maybe you can redeem yourselves in the next band and game but that'll do it for Joe Malkin for raesha Buchanan for Craig D'Alessandro myself DK sizzle Dave Clark and the winners of tonight's a quiz show looking for some answers and I found them from Mike Mark Angelo and Robert Kelly. Congratulations to the NFC team. Have a good night everybody.

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