Just finished reading "A Culmination of Thought" by our man Steve_Chiefs. Turns out he likes doing his own research too. Also found out he also likes some of the same things I do as far as entertainment.
I find the education and the exploration to find my own answers is well worth the time invested. I also love the possibilities of the NFL draft. I love puzzles, mysteries, and who done its. I also love warcraft
So I thought meh why not? At least until the draft starts I will do a little mix game post. Complete with puzzles, mysteries and who done its. I'll try to throw in some interesting tidbits along the way. I am not Bewsaf so please do not hold me to that standard. Thanks. (-:
Lastly, I will label certain games "Honor System", which simply means please do not research for the answer prior to giving us your answer. There will be only one black and white answer for these type games and research would nullify the point of guessing.
I will label the other games "Have at it", which simply means you can research the heck out of the problem. You will have to anyway in order to get the answer. These type of games will require some work.
(The answers to all honor system games will be listed in the following "Krayfish Korner" post)
In what year did the first NFL draft happen?
a) 1936 b) 1934 c) 1941 d) 1999
Who was the first player ever drafted in the NFL?
a) Bill Shakespeare b) Don Knotts c) Dick Crayne d) Jay Berwanger
Which of the following is not true about NFL rule changes made in 1974?
a) Kickoffs were moved from the 40 to the 35 yard line
b) Offensive pass interference was reduced from 15 to 10 yards
c) The sudden death overtime rule was adopted
d) Restrictions were placed on punting teams to open up more possibilities in the return game
****** Have at it********
I hold the distinction of being the first. The VERY first. But at what? I was first at something in Chiefs history. I am a former Kansas City Chief. I did not last long as a Chief before I was traded. I was first in the same year the Beatles first album released in the U.S. "Meet the Beatles" hit the shelves.
I doubt any remember me as I did not leave a lasting impression. I did better in Houston for sure. In fact I hold dual "first" bragging rights. Who am I and what was I first at? Good luck.
On this day in 1998 Country singer Tammy Wynette died at age 55. Feel old?