February 7, 2010
• Between 1962 and 2008, in 94.7 percent of NFL football games, the last offensive play by the losing team was an incomplete pass.
• In 1960, the average NFL player used a single pair of cleats for 14.23 games. In 2005, the average NFL player used 19 different pairs of athletic shoes in a 16 game season.
• During the 2009 regular season, six NFL teams had leather helmets in stock in their equipment rooms.
• Of the players in the NFL between 1960 and 2000, 99.1 percent were born in the contintental United States.
• New Zealand has the second higest ratings for the NFL's Super Bowl, on a per capita basis, after the United States.
February 9, 2010
• In a 2009 survey of over 100,000 adults in North America, Europe and Australia, 8.3 percent of the men and 22.2 percent of the women said they had been out in public without underwear at least once in the previous twelve months.
• Over 90 percent of Microsoft Excel files have no data on Sheet2 and Sheet3
• Linguists assert that ninety percent of the time Americans say "I am not sure" what he or she really means is "I do not know."
• Actor Pauly Shore got a perfect score on the SAT both times he took it.
• The oldest Mayan calendars divided the year into 18 'months'. Each month contained from three to six 'weeks' and the weeks were comprised of from 1 to 12 days. Wealthy households employed a full-time date keeper whose sole responsibility was to know what day it was.