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How many feet is that 5 the lions have the ball on

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How many feet is that?__________ 5. The Lions have the ball on their own 25-yard line and they complete a 45-yard pass. They then lose 4 yards on the next play. What yard line are they now on? __________ 6. Matthew Stafford threw a 54-yard pass. How many inches did he throw? _________ How many centimeters?__________ Hint: 1 inch = 2.54 centimeters 7. A football field measures 100 yards from goal line to goal line. A field is 53 1/3 yards wide. Convert these measurements to feet. __________ _____________ 8. If an NFL player weighs 303 pounds. How much does he weigh in ounces? ____________ 9. A game normally lasts 60 minutes. During a 16-game season, how many total minutes does one team play? ___________ 10. There are seven officials on the field for every NFL game. If 16 games are played each week, what is the total number of officials officiating throughout the NFL each week? ____________

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Detroit Lions ProFootballHOF.com Pro Football Hall of Fame Youth & Education 8 Championship Game Thunder Directions: Answer the following questions using the Detroit Lions’ roster on the following page. 1. Who was the oldest player on the team? 2. What number was Yale Lary? 3. How many half backs (HB) were there? 4. How many players had five or more years of NFL experience? 5. How many quarterbacks (QB) were listed? 6. Who was the only player to attend the College of William and Mary? 7. Who was the heaviest player on the team? 8. Who was the lightest player on the team? 9. What position did number 37 play? 10. Add up the total weight of all the running backs (HB/FB).
Detroit Lions ProFootballHOF.com Pro Football Hall of Fame Youth & Education 9 Championship Game Thunder Detroit Lions 1952 NFL Championship Game Roster Source: 1952 NFL Championship Game Roster

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Detroit Lions ProFootballHOF.com Pro Football Hall of Fame Youth & Education 10 Goals/Objectives: Students will: Explain how technology influences the quality of life. Discuss how decisions about the use of products can result in desirable or undesirableconsequesces. Use examples to predict and analyze. Recognize that science can only answer some questions and technology can only solve some human problems. Describe examples of scientific advances and emerging technologies and how they impact society. National Standards: Science: 5-Science and Technology Methods/Procedures: The students and teacher will compile a list of objects that accumulate from fans, players and workers at any NFL game. Students gather, if possible, concrete examples of listed items. Students determine which listed objects can be recycled. Through letters, calls, emails, and possibly personally, determine which stadiums recycle and what items they recycle. After compiling all three lists, using a mathematical formula, including amount of each product sold, students determine the weight of each recyclable item/team’s game and or season through extrapolation.
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