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Year Team Position Games Games Started
1954 Indianapolis Colts QB 12 1
1957 Indianapolis Colts QB 12 0
1960 Kansas City Chiefs QB 14 13
1961 Kansas City Chiefs QB 14 12
1962 Kansas City Chiefs QB 1 0
1962 Oakland Raiders QB 13 12
1963 Oakland Raiders QB 14 5
1964 Oakland Raiders QB 14 7
1965 Oakland Raiders QB 2 0
1966 Oakland Raiders QB 14 4
1968 Oakland Raiders QB 1 0

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Francis Marion Davidson
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Francis Marion "Cotton" Davidson (born November 30, 1931) is a former American football quarterback. Davidson attended Baylor University, and played professionally for the National Football League's Baltimore Colts (1954, 1957), and the American Football League's Dallas Texans (1960–1962) and Oakland Raiders (1962–1968). Davidson also played quarterback for the Fort Bliss Falcons in 1955 to 1957. A game between the Fort Bliss Falcons and the Fort Sill, Oklahoma Cannoneers was played for a trophy called "The Little Brown Dud." The Cannoneers won the game and took home the Little Brown Dud. Cotton was awarded ALL ARMY QUARTERBACK in 1955.

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