70 Chip is the greatest play in team history. it's got to be that one.
This WOULD of been my favorite play, and goes in as my pick as it STILL narks the living piss out of me that it was overturned.
Art Monks 'TD' catch against the Bills that would of opened the scoring and been his first and only SB TD except the officials decided to overturn it on the tip of his pinky toe or some **** being on the line. We then bungled the FG to stay scoreless. God damn zebras taking away one of the all time greats moment in the big game. I WILL get them some day. One by freeking one.
GHH's memory is a LONG one!
Another honorable mention for me is the Kurt Gouveia interception on the first drive of the third quarter against Buffalo. We had dominated the second quarter of that game to go up 17-0 at half time. I remember being petrified of the Bills making a few adjustments and getting their offense in gear. I should have known by then that WE were the team that made adjustments. The interception set up a short Riggs TD, a 24-0 lead, and a third Lombardi.
"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
70 chip (on white?) is one of the greatest plays in SB history, period. (I think the greatest play, for sheer entertainment value, is Yepremian's "pass" in SB VII.) It becomes perhaps the greatest play if you consider the game circumstances at the time. Moreover, Riggo and the Hogs had just made names for themselves and to score the winning TD in that fashion, yeah, awesome.
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It's 70 Chip and it isn't even close.
I heard the Skins players were wayyyyy too over confident for that Raiders Super Bowl. Then they got waxed
70 chip is the only answer for those of us who remember it. That play changed the momentum of the entire game. Here comes the Diesel! I could hear cheers from every house on the block.
My sig says it all.
Always will be Riggins, still gives me goosebumps watching it.
Question should be after 70 chip because it is the franchises defining play.
But no doubter for me is Joe T's pass deflection
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RIP Sean Taylor, may your passing serve as a message to others.
I just want to say I hate all of you because you actually REMEMBER seeing these plays. Ugh.
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