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Happy Sunday, everyone!

With the Scouting Combine in Indianapolis in full swing, I thought it might be fun for you all to take a sample Wonderlic test.  Remember, this is a test given all NFL draft prospects at the Combine and is said to predict how quick a person will learn and how well they reason and can solve problems. 

The average score of QBs and offensive linemen is a 25.  Other positions average around a 20.  The highest possible score is a 50.

Players have 12 minutes to answer 50 questions.  In the same provided, there are 10 questions.  So the time limit is set at 2 minutes and 20 seconds (or one-fifth of the total time for the full test).

You can take the sample test right here.  I scored a 45 on the sample.  What did you all get?

Also note, you can view some of the notable scores of NFL players who have taken the test in the past (including a handful of Dolphins) after the jump...

(Thanks to "ebag" of Hogs Haven for finding this sample test)

Enjoy your Sunday and I'll see you back here later tonight with the "weekend roundup" post.

Notable High Scores:

Drew Hensen - 42
Alex Smith - 40
Eli Manning - 39
Brian Griese - 39
Kellen Clemens - 35
Aaron Rodgers - 35
Chris Long - 34
John Beck - 34
Tom Brady - 33
Philip Rivers - 30
Brady Quinn - 29
Peyton Manning - 28
Matt Ryan - 28
Ryan Leaf - 27
Jake Long - 26
Ben Roethlisberger - 25
Ronnie Brown - 23
Chad Henne - 22

Notable Low Scores:

Derek Anderson - 19
Cleo Lemon - 18
Kendall Langford - 17
Kenny Phillips - 16
Dan Marino - 15
Terry Bradshaw - 15
Sedrick Ellis - 15
Leodis McKelvin - 13
Phillip Merling - 13
Marcus Vick - 11
Jeff George - 10
Travis Daniels - 10
Chris Henry - 9
Frank Gore - 6