1. How many books are associated with the “Lord of the Rings” series: 3, 6, or 9? (2 books within each volume)
  2. Last Sunday at about 5:20pm the NFL recorded it’s first ever half-time score of: 19 to 17, 22 to 11, or 23 to 15? (Cowboys 15 Seahawks 23)
  3. The “Empire State Building” in Manhatten, NY has more floors or years? (103 floors – 89 years old)
  4. Since winning the Super bowl in 1984 how many coaching changes have the now Las Vegas Raiders organization made: 13, 15, or 17? (Shanahan, Shell, White, Bugel, Gruden, Callahan, Turner, Shell, Kiffin, Cable, Jackson, Allen, Sparano, Del Rio, & Gruden)
  5. Around the year 1900 – $1.50 could buy a syringe, 2 needles, 2 vials of Heroin (Bayer) in a nice metal carrying case from which Pre-1900 retailer: Bloomingdale’s, Montgomery Wards, or Sears & Roebuck?
  6. Baker Mayfield, Kyler Murray, Dak Prescott, or Cam Newton which current starting QB had the most rookie passing yards? (BM 3,739yds – KM 3,725yds – DP 3,667yds)
  7. Which person said, “I design dreams” – Ralph Lauren, Ferdiand Porsch, or Andy Worhol? (RL said, “I don’t design clothes, I design dreams.”
  8. More or Less than 50% of NFL teams have an all-time passing leader with 500 yards or more? (15 or 31 teams – 48%)
  9. Bible Question: The tassels the Israelites bordered their garments with were to be this color: Blue, Purple, or Scarlet? (Numbers 15:38 shared that the garments were to be bordered with blue tassels to remind yourselves not to prostitute yourselves by chasing after the lust of you own hearts & eyes)
  10. Yodier Molina has joined 5 other Major League baseball players who have hit into a Triple Play at least 3 times during their careers – the ML record is: 4, 5, or 6? (Brooks Robinson like Yodier was slow – he holds the record at 4)
  11. Hershey’s chocolate bars sold for a nickel in 1900 – when did they start selling for a dime: 1900, 1939, or 1969?
  12. Who holds the Kansas City Chiefs passing record for most yards in a single game: Trent Green, Elvis Grbac, or Bill Kinney? (504 yds)
  13. From the Sound of Music, how many children were in the Von Trapp family: 6, 7, or 8?
  14. The company Under Armour is: 22, 24, or 26?
  15. What month is considered the longest month of the year: May, August, or Oct? (Daylight Savings Time Adds 1 Hour)
  16. The Stair Climbing world record for running all 1,576 steps (86 floors) of the Empire State Building is 5:33, 7:33, or 9:33? (Paul Crank – Australia)
  17. What is the highest number you will ever hear called in a game of Bingo is: 75, 77, or 79?
  18. Andy Van Slyke, Lou Brock, Ozzie Smith, or Yodier Molina – which St. Louis Cardinal claims the current highest net worth? (AVS $1, LB $31, OS $16, YM $51)
  19. How old was Abraham Lincoln when he was assasinated: 53, 56, or 59?