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Old 02-01-2008, 03:51 PM   #16
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Re: Happy 20th Anniversary Superbowl XXII

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I was 7 at the time, with the attention span of a fruit fly. After the Broncos went up 10-0, my buddy and I went outside to throw a football around. After they scored the first TD, my Dad came out to announce it. We looked at each other and figured, so what, they are still down. When they scored again, we raced inside to watch the rest of the quarter. Neither of us moved after we sat down...

To this day, I regret leaving the game. However, I also think that if I had stayed in and continued to watch, that they wouldn't have done what they did...
haha it's funny what us fans do for our teams, we think that by wearing our lucky socks or sitting in a certain place will help our team lol. I still have to wear my lucky Favre jersey when the Packers play (or they'll have bad luck) I know the Packers lost because my wife's lil sister broke my packers helmet :cheeky-sm
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Old 02-01-2008, 04:30 PM   #17
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For those who need a refresher:

YouTube - The Quarter (Montage)

...but how's dude gonna call Barry Wilburn Ricky, though?
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Old 02-01-2008, 06:14 PM   #18
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Damn I feel old now.

That 2nd quarter was and still is the most amazing quarter of football in SB history. 35 points in one quarter is a record that might never fall.
That quarter is probably the greatest offensive display in the history of the NFL, in any game. The Skins scored 5 TDs in 18 plays, AVERAGING about 20 yards per play. With a 25 point lead, at least Gibbs showed some class by not running up the game in the 2nd half. The Skins could have scored 75 that day, and their 602 total yards in a Super Bowl may never be broken.
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Old 02-01-2008, 07:24 PM   #19
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I was 5 days old i believe and my dad watched it while i was in the hospital, and because of him telling me that story all the time.... well as long as i can remember i have always been a redskins fan.

On a personal note, the fact that Doug Williams is black qb is irrelevant. mentioning that fact makes you a racist. Im so tired of this black qb black head coach bullsh** Wheres all the white cornerbacks at? oh yeah there arent any. yeah i said it
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Old 02-02-2008, 12:56 AM   #20
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Let's see, in 1988 I was almost (yikes) 40 years old!!! Anyway, with no more reference to age, I remember that I was surprised that Monk hadn't gotten a TD and then I remember my best friend reminding me he was recovering from an injury. Then I saw him in the formation and runnning routes to draw defenders away from his temmates..damn, what a day that was, what a team that was, and what a pro Monk was!!
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Old 02-23-2008, 10:02 AM   #21
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The NFL Films segment from thier highlight films is pretty well done also. Music, sound bytes, etc. I will try to post if I can.
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