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 Posted: Fri Jan 31st, 2020 08:04 pm
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James Harrison 102 yard pick 6 off of Warner.Completely changed the game even if it was only the first half.



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Angelic Assassin wrote: Superstar wrote: Angelic Assassin wrote: Marcus Allen's 74 yard TD run against the RedskinsMy love for the Raiders was absolutely cemented with Jack Squirek’s pick six to end the first half.  
Completely nondescript career outside of that one play. 
I'd have to be able to see the whole game again to know if he had been subbed in on that play. He barely started in his career, maybe 7 times.
Here’s the whole story:  In October 1983, Washington beat the Raiders 38-35.  Howie Long was credited with 5 sacks.  But in a spot near the end of the first half, Theismann hit Joe Washington with the little out pass and he went something like 75 yards for the TD.  Fast forward to the Super Bowl, and they’re getting ready to go into the locker room at halftime, and Charley Sumner saw Joe Washington check into the game and sent in Squirek to replace Matt Millen and shadow Joe Washington - and Millen was PISSED.  He went to the sideline to chew out Sumner and Charley told him to “just wait”.  And Theismann threw the pass that Squirek had been studying for two weeks - and he flew in out of nowhere for the pick and the TD.  Watch the highlight film, and right after the play, you’ll see Millen grab Sumner in a bear hug and lift him about 3 feet off the ground.



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Even though I wanted Philly to win the game, Donovan McNabb puking on the field when the pressure got to him was great.



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Hilariously, in Philly, if you trotted out Donovan McNabb and you trotted out Nick Foles, it wouldnt be close as to who was better received.

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Russell Wilson getting picked on the one yard line.
Can't stand Brady and the Pats but hate the Seahawks. Don't think the Seahawks been the same since Butlers interception.



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krazykid18 wrote: Eli Manning getting out of the play tossing the ball to a wide open Tyree and then the helmet catch

Asante Samuel dropping the interception just before that is more memorable to me.  It's 19 -0 and Eli's legend is never born if butterfingers doesn't fuck up that gift.



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The Garo Yepremian pass to Mike Bass in Super Bowl VII is the most visual play not yet mentioned for me.

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Heenan Fan wrote: srossi wrote: John Elway helicopter spin. The perfect way to finally win the SB and cap a great career.I'm a bona fide Bronco hater and had pork chops on Green Bay that night, but I'll admit that i popped huge on that play. Cool shit.Same. Well...no pork chops and a bona fide Bronco fan..but essentially the same.

Was watching it with my big brother, who can't stand the Broncos. His jaw dropped and he said: "damn! John WANTS it!". The legend is that the Bronco sideline also collectively jizzed after seeing that.

I stopped sometime in 2008, but I used to recall each drive of that game, in order, from memory, when I had free time to veg out.

Stupid fun fact: the next year, when Elway was the MVP, the last snap of Super Bowl 34 was actually taken by my favorite all-time backup QB: Bubby Brister.

Not a fan of either the Bills or Giants, but I liked Super Bowl 25, too. I started really paying attention to the NFL around 1986 and had gotten used to the Super Bowl NFC blowouts. I was just hoping for a good game and that one delivered. Ottis Anderson's windmill club on Mark Kelso, Jeff Hostetler leading the Giants, Thurman Thomas playing his rump off. Good stuff all around. After being embarrassed with the Broncos in 3 of the previous 4 Super Bowls, SB 25 told me: "Super Bowls can be cool. They don't have to suck".



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This is ridiculous and doesn't mean anything to anyone not-named-me... but when I got (Nintendo) Tecmo Super Bowl in December 1991 and got the Broncos to win the Super Bowl, complete with special graphic... I about passed out. Thought for sure that it would've thrown an error in the game's programming or something.

If cellphones were around back then, I would've taken a picture of the screen and sent it around, saying: "see? It's possible!!"



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