By Dan Hargett
Web Posted: Sunday, Oct. 17, 2004; 7:49 p.m. EDT
2) What is Redskins coach Joe Gibbs's regular-season record against the Bears after Sunday's victory?
3) As many if not most of you should know by now, Gibbs earned his first NFL victory against the Bears 23 years ago. Who was Chicago's starting quarterback that afternoon (Oct. 11, 1981)?
4) Okay, it was driving us crazy. So we ask you: Just what in the heck does the 'R.W.' in R.W. McQuarters stand for?
Right of Way
5) How many of workhorse Clinton Portis's 36 carries on Sunday went for 10 or more yards?
6) What compliment did Fox analyst Tim Green give to cornerback Fred Smoot after a particularly smooth and picture-perfect tackle in the first quarter?
"Smoot in laying down some wood."
"That's a hit reserved for the Ronnie Lotts of the world."
"You earn a nickname like 'Night Train' for a hit like that."
"That was a magnificent hit by Frank Smoot."
7) On Jerry Azumah's 70-yard interception return for a touchdown in the second quarter, which Redskin was once again seen loafing when a little hustle might have prevented a big play?
8) The surprisingly coherent and somewhat insightful Tim Green remarked during the third quarter that Mark Brunell was not "on" today. When, exactly, was Mr. Brunell last "on"?
The 1999 AFC Championship Game
Father-son touch football game during minicamp
1991 Rose Bowl
The Tom Coughlin coaches show, circa 1998
9) Bears linebacker Hunter Hillenmeyer is one of eight NFL players from what college or university not typically known for producing NFL players?
10) Why did Fox's Green say he liked Redskins linebacker Marcus Washington?
He's a member of the "I Can Read" book club.
He likes to bake cookies and cakes in his spare time.
He reads books.
He obsessively collects antique spray deodorant cans.
11) Panthers defensive tackle Brentson Buckner was seen kissing his shoes in a VISA ad during Sunday's game, one for each member of his family - except whom?
Third cousin Bill Buckner
Uncle Archie Bunkner
His mother-in-law's mother in-law