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1) Pretty early in the game, Joe Gibbs called a timeout to review a 3rd down play. I think it resulted in us getting the first instead of punting (I don't remember the circumstances at all, except that I was upset we wasted a timeout that early when our D could just stop them and we'd get it back)
2) We were down 30-10 and scored 3 TDs late to win.
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Wasn't the 91-92 playoff game also the game where Jerry sent out the entire team as captains for the coin toss? That guy was a complete clown.
Gonna be 11-2 come Sunday Night Football
OLB Coach for the 3x State Champs: 2001, 2002, 2008 Atlantic Shores Seahawks2012 Final Record: 2-9
I won't waste everyone's time with the two games from 1991...we all remember them and they are etched in Redskins lore!
The other two that stand out to me:
1992: I think this game and the Lions game in back-to-back weeks showed me that 1992 would be nothing like 1991. We scratched and clawed our way to beat Atlanta 24-17 (despite drilling them twice in 1991) and then beat Detroit 13-10 at home the following week. So, the two teams that could barely stay on our home field in the playoffs a year earlier, almost beat us at RFK!
2006: This was a disappointing game during a disappointing season. We jumped out on them early with Betts and had either a 14-0 lead early on (we even stopped Vick on 4th and short from around midfield). But we didn't do anything else the rest of the game and they came back on us to win the game going away (24-14).
"Washington strolled to the NFC championship, outscoring their two playoff opponents by a combined total of 48 points. Their domination was more than impressive, it was historic. The 1991 Redskins boasted the largest average margin of victory among all Super Bowl champions."
--- America's Game
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