About The Series:
"ROAD TO THE SUPER BOWL"
Welcome to the NFL football season. What would the NFL season be like without a new football cache series to find? Throughout the football weeks, bluepant and mob1971, will be hiding a series of different style NFL team caches. These caches hope to excite the football fanatics and also teach the not so football savvy some things about each team. These caches will provide clues and information to our Super Bowl cache finale called "Road to the Super Bowl"
PRESEASON GAMES (Teaser caches, does not include the needed hints for the series finale cache):
DALLAS TEXANS and CANTON BULLDOGS
Each cache will contain a trivia question about that team that could be critical to finding the final cache "Road to the Super Bowl". Please make sure you take time to read your playbook and keep up with the questions and answers in preparation for the FINAL exam (Super Bowl week). Please DO NOT POST any of the answers or questions in your logs. If you have any questions regarding the trivia questions, feel free to email bluepant or mob1971. The FINAL playbook will contain 17 questions in order to obtain the "Road to the Super Bowl" coordinates (HINT: Answers to FINAL playbook will come from 17 of the 32 caches you found during the season, so I would hate for you to try to skip one or two of the caches and miss a question). Have fun and enjoy this series.
About This Cache:
5 things you didn’t know about the Cowboys:
1. The new stadium is 2.3 million sq feet and is the largest domed building in the world.
2. The stadium is 50 feet below sea level.
3. Under Tom Landry, the Dallas Cowboys posted 20 straight winning seasons. This accomplishment is unmatched by any other sports franchise
4. Emmitt Smith had the same number of rushing yards in his last season as he did his rookie season (937)
5. Dallas Cowboys are estimated worth of 1.5 BILLION dollars. They are the most valued sports franchise in the world
Now about this cache: P&G for most….????...Maybe. Please replace the cache in the same secure spot.