Back by popular demand is everyone's favorite feature: Tuesday Morning Bills Trivia! With a shiny new name and everything! I'm fairly certain that most of you know how this works by now but for those of you that are new around here I will give a quick refresher. I put up four clues about four mystery players - cleverly called Mystery Players 1-4 - and you try to guess who they are. I post them in order of what I think is easiest to hardest, sometimes throwing in a curveball or two, and sometimes even extra credit.
There is no points system and there really is no "winner"; hopefully I make these difficult enough that some of you guys out there (freddy jj) don't get them all 7 minutes after I post this (Brian). Let the games begin!
My first name is Allen, but I go by my middle name.
After retiring from football I coached my hometown high school football team, the Zeeland Chix in Michigan.
I started my college career at Michigan as a quarterback.
I played for the Bills from 1996 – 2002 then finished my career with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Mystery Player 2
My father-in-law is Ed O'Neil, who was a first round pick in the 1974 NFL draft of the Detroit Lions. My brother-in-law, Keith O'Neil also played in the NFL.
I started my career at the famed program of Saint Ignatius High School, helping to lead my team to a national championship.
I played for the Indianapolis Colts, Buffalo Bills, and finished my career with the San Diego Chargers.
I am the all-time leading receiver in UB history.
Mystery Player 3
My middle name is Manual.
I rushed for 2,947 yards at Yale, setting a school record that stood from 1973 to 2000, and was thrice named to the All-Ivy League First Team, the only Yale football athlete to be so honored.
Before a knee injury ended my career, I finished with 25 interceptions and two touchdowns.
I was draft in the fourth round of the 1973 NFL draft by the Detroit Lions to play safety.
Mystery Player 4
I attended Northern Arizona University.
While playing for the Bills, I made my first regular season start against the Miami Dolphins in 2001.
During my career I played for 4 teams: the Bills, Seahawks, Broncos, and Colts.
I finished my career with 361 passing yards and 59.9 passer rating.