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Throwback Thursday Trivia Time


As devoted Seahawks fans we all know and love former Seahawk great, fullback John L Williams. He was a true triple threat, running, blocking and catching, doing it all with the best of them. We all know that he was drafted #15 overall in the 1986 draft out of Florida State. We all know that he made two pro bowls in eight seasons with the Seahawks. We won't mention who else he played for, because we still have XL hatred. We find it oddly curious that his 1988 pro bowl season he ran for 877 yards, which is 32 less yards than fan favorite Mack Strong ran for in his fourteen year career. We also know that he wore number 32.

But, for absolutely no cash reward do you know why it is that we acknowledge the middle initial in his name? Why isn't he simply, John Williams?

i know the answer. Do you?

For A. extra 40 points there is A bonus round where we go double or nothing.

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