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Jim Everett

James Samuel Everett III

Position: QB
Height: 6-5    Weight: 212 lbs.
Throws: Right

Born: January 3, 1963 in Emporia, KS
High School: Eldorado
College: Purdue   (school history)    (Everett college stats)
Drafted by the Houston Oilers in the 1st round (3rd overall) of the 1986 NFL Draft.

Weighted Career AV (100-95-...): 87 (249th overall since 1950)
1-time Pro Bowler (fine print)

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Boxscore finder: all games started at QB by Jim Everett in 1988

Rk Day Date Tm Opp Tm Opp
1 Sun September 4, 1988 W Los Angeles Rams @ Green Bay Packers 34 7 boxscore
2 Sun September 11, 1988 W Los Angeles Rams Detroit Lions 17 10 boxscore
3 Sun September 18, 1988 W Los Angeles Rams @ Los Angeles Raiders 22 17 boxscore
4 Sun September 25, 1988 W Los Angeles Rams @ New York Giants 45 31 boxscore
5 Sun October 2, 1988 L Los Angeles Rams Phoenix Cardinals 27 41 boxscore
6 Sun October 9, 1988 W Los Angeles Rams @ Atlanta Falcons 33 0 boxscore
7 Sun October 16, 1988 L Los Angeles Rams San Francisco 49ers 21 24 boxscore
8 Sun October 23, 1988 W Los Angeles Rams Seattle Seahawks 31 10 boxscore
9 Sun October 30, 1988 W Los Angeles Rams @ New Orleans Saints 12 10 boxscore
10 Sun November 6, 1988 L Los Angeles Rams @ Philadelphia Eagles 24 30 boxscore
11 Sun November 13, 1988 L Los Angeles Rams New Orleans Saints 10 14 boxscore
12 Sun November 20, 1988 L Los Angeles Rams San Diego Chargers 24 38 boxscore
13 Sun November 27, 1988 L Los Angeles Rams @ Denver Broncos 24 35 boxscore
14 Mon December 5, 1988 W Los Angeles Rams Chicago Bears 23 3 boxscore
15 Sun December 11, 1988 W Los Angeles Rams Atlanta Falcons 22 7 boxscore
16 Sun December 18, 1988 W Los Angeles Rams @ San Francisco 49ers 38 16 boxscore
17 Mon December 26, 1988 L Los Angeles Rams @ Minnesota Vikings 17 28 boxscore

all games started at QB by Jim Everett in 1988 (10-7)