Monday Night Quarterback was an unsold pilot.
Two teams of two (consisting of one celebrity & one pro football player (in this case John Hadl & Myron Pottios) played a game of recalling football plays. Teams took turns looking actual football plays (the people at home saw them on a chroma-key screen made up to look like a football), and host Kramer gave three possible plays but only of them is the play actually used. The team in control took the time to collaborate on the choice before coming up with their team answer.
The clip in question was then played and a correct decision scored three point, that is if it was a first downer; but if the player was a touchdown play, then the team scored double value or six points. The team with the most points won the game and $500 worth of football stuff donated to a league in the winning football player's city.
Jerry Kramer played for the Green Bay Packers for many years; he retired at the time of this pilot.