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Old 12-27-2005, 01:11 PM   #21
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Default Re: After 35 years,,Whats your fav. MNF memory?

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'93 Pittsburgh vs. Buffalo (23-0)

The first of many Buffalo thumpings to come at Three Rivers Stadium... An absolutely flawless game both offensively and defensively for the Steelers, and I think Rod Woodson picked off Jim Kelly and returned it for a touchdown early in the game that really set the tone.
wasnt that the game where rod woodson practically decapitated jim kelly on a cb blitz?
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Old 12-27-2005, 01:16 PM   #22
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Pittsburgh CRUSHING the Falcons back in Neon Dieon Sanders heyday. Atlanta was on a roll that year and Pittsburgh went into Atlanta and shut him and the team down.
i think this game greg lloyd had one of his most devestating sacks ever on the qb who tried to roll out and scramble. i cant remember who it was but im thinking tolliver, hebert or george maybe. it was like a 15 yd loss though and made your teeth rattle just watching it.

fond memories of that 92-96 defense and lots of mnf appearances.
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wasnt that the game where rod woodson practically decapitated jim kelly on a cb blitz?
I forgot about that... I'll bet it is.
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I forgot about that... I'll bet it is.
im pretty sure it is. he did the same thing to warren moon the same year.
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After watching all the highlights from the past. The Tony Dorsett game was great. But man did Earl Campbell bring back some memories
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wasnt that the game where rod woodson practically decapitated jim kelly on a cb blitz?
Remeber that game well too. Went to a Bills bar to watch the slaughter. We were all geared up and hootin and hollerin. Woodson did demolish Kelly that game and I believe it may have been a safety or close to it. The local paper had a BIG color picture of it the next day and I had it on my school folder for the rest of the year. Pissed off all the Bills fans everyday they had to see it.
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