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The NFL playoffs following the 1982 NFL season led up to Super Bowl XVII.

A players' strike reduced the regular season to nine games. Thus, the league used a special 16-team playoff format (dubbed the "Super Bowl Tournament"), just for this year. Division standings were ignored. Eight teams from each conference were seeded 1-8 based on their regular season records:

Playoff seeds
Seed AFC NFC
1 Los Angeles Raiders Washington Redskins
2 Miami Dolphins Dallas Cowboys
3 Cincinnati Bengals Green Bay Packers
4 Pittsburgh Steelers Minnesota Vikings
5 San Diego Chargers Atlanta Falcons
6 New York Jets St. Louis Cardinals
7 New England Patriots Tampa Bay Buccaneers
8 Cleveland Browns Detroit Lions

Because of the eight-game first round, this was the first (and currently only) time that NFL playoff games were regionally televised across the United States instead of nationwide. This year was also the only season in which the conference championship games were played on separate days.

In addition, as of 2010, it marked the only time in NFL history in which at least one team that qualified for the playoffs had a losing record, as both Cleveland and Detroit finished with 4-5 records. Both lost in the first round of the playoffs. (However, it is not the only time that teams with non-winning records have made the playoffs: the 1985 Browns, the 2006 Giants, and the 2008 Chargers all posted 8-8, or .500, records but qualified for playoff berths - the Browns and Chargers as division winners, and the Giants as a wild card team.

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First round

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January 8, 1983

NFC: Washington Redskins 31, Detroit Lions 7

1 2 3 4 Total
Lions 0 0 7 0 7
Redskins 10 14 7 0 31

at RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.

The Redskins jumped to a 24-0 lead enroute to a 31-7 victory over the Lions. Washington receiver Alvin Garrett, who only caught 1 pass during the regular season, recorded 6 receptions for 110 yards and 3 touchdowns. Fullback John Riggins led the team on the ground with 119 rushing yards. Quarterback Joe Theismann compiled 210 passing yards and 3 touchdowns. And the defense forced five turnovers to lead this romp over Detroit.

Jeris White got Washington on the board with a 77-yard interception return for a touchdown. Then after Mark Moseley's 26-yard field goal made it 10-0, Joe Theismann connected with Garrett for touchdowns twice in the second quarter.

  • Scoring
    • WAS - White 77 interception return (Moseley kick) WAS 7-0
    • WAS - field goal Moseley 26 WAS 10-0
    • WAS - Garrett 21 pass from Theismann (Moseley kick) WAS 17-0
    • WAS - Garrett 21 pass from Theismann (Moseley kick) WAS 24-0
    • WAS - Garrett 27 pass from Theismann (Moseley kick) WAS 31-0
    • DET - Hill 15 pass from Hipple (Murray kick) WAS 31-7

NFC: Green Bay Packers 41, St. Louis Cardinals 16

1 2 3 4 Total
Cardinals 3 6 0 7 16
Packers 7 21 10 3 41

at Lambeau Field, Green Bay, Wisconsin

Green Bay quarterback Lynn Dickey threw for 260 yards and 4 touchdowns en route to a 41-16 win. The Packers scored four touchdowns on four consecutive possessions. It was their first playoff victory since Super Bowl II in 1968. Oddly, this victory was 15 years after that Super Bowl victory, 15 the same jersey number of Super Bowl II MVP Bart Starr.

After stopping the Cardinals on fourth and goal on the Packers 1-yard line, Dickey put Green Bay in the lead by finishing off two long drives with touchdown passes to John Jefferson and James Lofton. Later in the first half, they converted two St. Louis turnovers into a pair of touchdowns by Eddie Lee Ivery.

By the end of the game, the Packers had set numerous franchise post season records, including most touchdown passes in a game (4). most receiving yards (6 receptions for 148 yards by Jefferson), longest touchdown reception (Jefferson's 60-yard score), and longest field goal (46 yards by Jan Stenerud)

Cardinals receiver Roy Green caught 9 passes for 113 yards.

  • Scoring
    • STL - field goal O'Donoghue 18 STL 3-0
    • GB - Jefferson 60 pass from Dickey (Stenerud kick) GB 7-3
    • GB - Lofton 20 pass from Dickey (Stenerud kick) GB 14-3
    • GB - Ivery 2 run (Stenerud kick) GB 21-3
    • GB - Ivery 4 pass from Dickey (Stenerud kick) GB 28-3
    • STL - Tilley 5 pass from Lomax (kick blocked) GB 28-9
    • GB - field goal Stenerud 46 GB 31-9
    • GB - Jefferson 7 pass from Dickey (Stenerud kick) GB 38-9
    • GB - field goal Stenerud 34 GB 41-9
    • STL - Shumann 18 pass from Lomax (O'Donoghue kick) GB 41-16

AFC: Miami Dolphins 28, New England Patriots 13

1 2 3 4 Total
Patriots 0 3 3 7 13
Dolphins 0 14 7 7 28

at Miami Orange Bowl, Miami, Florida

The Dolphins controlled most of the game with four long touchdown drives, and intercepted Patriots quarterback Steve Grogan twice. Miami quarterback David Woodley had one of the best performances of his career, completing 16 of 19 passes for 246 yards and 2 touchdowns (both to tight end Bruce Hardy) with no interceptions, while also rushing for 16 yards. David Woodley's passer rating for this game was 153.8.

  • Scoring
    • NE - field goal Smith 23 NE 3-0
    • MIA - Hardy 2 pass from Woodley (von Schamann kick) MIA 7-3
    • MIA - Franklin 1 run (von Schamann kick) MIA 14-3
    • NE - field goal Smith 42 MIA 14-6
    • MIA - Bennett 2 run (von Schamann kick) MIA 21-6
    • MIA - Hardy 2 pass from Woodley (von Schamann kick) MIA 28-6
    • NE - Hasselbeck 22 pass from Grogan (Smith kick) MIA 28-13

AFC: Los Angeles Raiders 27, Cleveland Browns 10

1 2 3 4 Total
Browns 0 10 0 0 10
Raiders 3 10 7 7 27

at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles

The Raiders gained 510 total yards of offense. Quarterback Jim Plunkett threw for 386 yards, while running back Marcus Allen rushed for 72 yards, caught 6 passes for 74 yards, and scored 2 touchdowns.

  • Scoring
    • RAI - field goal C.Bahr 27 RAI 3-0
    • CLE - field goal M.Bahr 52 3-3
    • RAI - Allen 2 run (C.Bahr kick) RAI 10-3
    • CLE - Feacher 43 pass from McDonald (M.Bahr kick) 10-10
    • RAI - field goal C.Bahr 37 RAI 13-10
    • RAI - Allen 3 run (C.Bahr kick) RAI 20-10
    • RAI - Hawkins 1 run (C.Bahr kick) RAI 27-10

January 9, 1983

AFC: New York Jets 44, Cincinnati Bengals 17

1 2 3 4 Total
Jets 3 17 3 21 44
Bengals 14 0 3 0 17

at Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio

  • Game time: 12:30 p.m. EST
  • Game weather: 38 °F (3 °C), cloudy, drizzle
  • TV announcers (NBC): Charlie Jones and Len Dawson
  • Referee: Chuck Heberling

The underdog Jets overcame an early 14-3 deficit by racking up 517 yards of offense and scoring 21 points in the fourth quarter. Running back Freeman McNeil led the Jets to a victory with 210 rushing yards and a touchdown, while also catching a pass for 9 yards and throwing a touchdown pass on a halfback option play. Receiver Wesley Walker caught 8 passes for 145 yards and a touchdown. Jets quarterback Richard Todd completed 20 of 28 passes for 269 yards and a touchdown. Playing in the final postseason game of his legendary career, Bengals quarterback Ken Anderson completed 26 of 35 passes for a career playoff high 354 yards and 2 touchdowns, but was intercepted 3 times. Receiver Cris Collinsworth caught 7 passes for 120 yards.

Two first quarter touchdown passes from Anderson gave the Bengals an early 14-3 lead, but New York stormed back with 17 points in the second quarter and added a field goal early in the third. With time running out in the third quarter, Bengals kicker Jim Breech made 20-yard field goal. So despite giving up 20 unanswered points, Cincinnati only trailed 23-17 going into the final period. However, the Bengals self destructed in the fourth quarter, suffering one of the worst collapses in franchise history. Throughout the fourth quarter, Cincinnati had a 69-yard touchdown pass called back by a false start penalty, gave up two Jets rushing touchdowns, missed a 46-yard field goal, and threw two interceptions, one of which was returned a playoff record 98 yards for a touchdown by safety Darrol Ray.

  • Scoring
    • CIN - Curtis 32 pass from Anderson (Breech kick) CIN 7-0
    • NYJ - field goal Leahy 32 CIN 7-3
    • CIN - Ross 2 pass from Anderson (Breech kick) CIN 14-3
    • NYJ - Gaffney 14 pass from McNeil (Leahy kick) CIN 14-10
    • NYJ - Walker 14 pass from Todd (Leahy kick) NYJ 17-14
    • NYJ - field goal Leahy 24 NYJ 20-14
    • NYJ - field goal Leahy 47 NYJ 23-14
    • CIN - field goal Breech 20 NYJ 23-17
    • NYJ - McNeil 20 run (Leahy kick) NYJ 30-17
    • NYJ - Ray 98 interception return (Leahy kick) NYJ 37-17
    • NYJ - Crutchfield 1 run (Leahy kick) NYJ 44-17

AFC: San Diego Chargers 31, Pittsburgh Steelers 28

1 2 3 4 Total
Chargers 3 14 0 14 31
Steelers 14 0 7 7 28

at Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

San Diego quarterback Dan Fouts threw for 333 yards and 3 touchdowns with no interceptions to lead his team to victory. With the Steelers leading 28-17 in the fourth quarter, the Chargers scored two touchdowns in the final period -- the second with only a minute remaining. Chargers running back Chuck Muncie rushed for 126 yards and caught a pass for 12, while tight end Kellen Winslow caught 7 passes for 102 yards and 2 touchdowns. Steelers receiver John Stallworth caught 8 passes for 116 yards and a touchdown. Quarterback Terry Bradshaw threw for 325 yards and 2 touchdowns and scored a rushing touchdown in his final postseason game, but was intercepted twice.

  • Scoring
    • PIT - Ruff fumble recovery in end zone (Anderson kick) PIT 7-0
    • SD - field goal Benirschke 25 PIT 7-3
    • PIT - Bradshaw 1 run (Anderson kick) PIT 14-3
    • SD - Brooks 18 run (Benirschke kick) PIT 14-10
    • SD - Sievers 10 pass from Fouts (Benirschke kick) SD 17-14
    • PIT - Cunningham 2 pass from Bradshaw (Anderson kick) PIT 21-17
    • PIT - Stallworth 9 pass from Bradshaw (Anderson kick) PIT 28-17
    • SD - Winslow 8 pass from Fouts (Benirschke kick) PIT 28-24
    • SD - Winslow 2 pass from Fouts (Benirschke kick) SD 31-28

NFC: Dallas Cowboys 30, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17

1 2 3 4 Total
Buccaneers 0 10 7 0 17
Cowboys 6 7 3 14 30

at Texas Stadium, Irving, Texas

The Cowboys had 445 yards of total offense, while their defense held Buccaneers quarterback Doug Williams, playing in his final game in a Bucs uniform, to just 8 of 28 completions for 113 yards and intercepted him 3 times. Dallas running back Tony Dorsett rushed for 110 yards, while kicker Rafael Septien made 3 field goals.

This was Tampa Bay's last playoff game until 1997, by which time the Buccaneers ditched their orange uniforms. From 1983 through 1996, the Bucs suffered 14 consecutive losing seasons, 13 of which saw Tampa Bay lose 10 or more games.

  • Scoring
    • DAL - field goal Septien 33 DAL 3-0
    • DAL - field goal Septien 33 DAL 6-0
    • TB - Green 60 fumble return (Capece kick)TB 7-6
    • TB - field goal Capece 32 TB 10-6
    • DAL - Springs 6 pass from D. White (Septien kick) DAL 13-10
    • DAL - field goal Septien 19 DAL 16-10
    • TB - Jones 49 pass from Williams (Capece kick) TB 17-16
    • DAL - Hunter 19 interception return (Septien kick) DAL 23-17
    • DAL - Newsome 10 pass from D.White (Septien kick) DAL 30-17

NFC: Minnesota Vikings 30, Atlanta Falcons 24

1 2 3 4 Total
Falcons 7 0 14 3 24
Vikings 3 10 3 14 30

at Metrodome, Minneapolis, Minnesota

The Vikings drove 72 yards to score the winning touchdown with 1:44 left in the game.

  • Scoring
    • ATL - Rodgers recovered blocked punt in end zone (Luckhurst kick) ATL 7-0
    • MIN - field goal Danmeier 33 ATL 7-3
    • MIN - White 36 pass from Kramer (Danmeier kick) MIN 10-7
    • MIN - field goal Danmeier 30 MIN 13-7
    • ATL - Luckhurst 17 run (Luckhurst kick) ATL 14-13
    • ATL - Glazebrook 35 interception return (Luckhurst kick) ATL 21-13
    • MIN - field goal Danmeier 39 ATL 21-16
    • MIN - McCullum 11 pass from Kramer (Danmeier kick) MIN 23-21
    • ATL - field goal Luckhurst 41 ATL 24-23
    • MIN - Brown 5 run (Danmeier kick) MIN 30-24

Second round

January 15, 1983

NFC: Washington Redskins 21, Minnesota Vikings 7

1 2 3 4 Total
Vikings 0 7 0 0 7
Redskins 14 7 0 0 21

at RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.

Running back John Riggins led the Redskins to a victory with 185 rushing yards on 37 carries and a touchdown. Washington scored 21 points in the games's first 20 minutes.

The Vikings cut a 14-0 Redskins lead in half early in the second period, but Washington responded immediately with Joe Theismann's touchdown pass to Alvin Garrett.

  • Scoring
    • WAS - Warren 3 pass from Thiesmann (Moseley kick) WAS 7-0
    • WAS - Riggins 2 run (Moseley kick) WAS 14-0
    • MIN - Brown 18 run (Danmeier kick) WAS 14-7
    • WAS - Garrett 18 pass from Thiesmann (Moseley kick) WAS 21-7

AFC: New York Jets 17, Los Angeles Raiders 14

1 2 3 4 Total
Jets 7 3 0 7 17
Raiders 0 0 14 0 14

at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles

Scott Dierking scored the Jets' winning touchdown with 3:45 remaining to upset the top-seeded Raiders. The New York defense then forced two interceptions in the final minutes to seal the victory. Jets running back Freeman McNeil rushed for 105 yards and caught a pass for 11. Wesley Walker caught 7 passes for 169 yards and a touchdown.

  • Scoring
    • NYJ - Walker 20 pass from Todd (Leahy kick) NYJ 7-0
    • NYJ - field goal Leahy 30 NYJ 10-0
    • RAI - Allen 3 run (Bahr kick) NYJ 10-7
    • RAI - Barnwell 57 pass from Plunkett (Bahr kick) RAI 14-10
    • NYJ - Dierking 1 run (Leahy kick) NYJ 17-14

January 16, 1983

AFC: Miami Dolphins 34, San Diego Chargers 13

1 2 3 4 Total
Chargers 0 13 0 0 13
Dolphins 7 20 0 7 34

at Miami Orange Bowl, Miami, Florida

Miami avenged their divisional playoff loss to San Diego in the previous season known as The Epic In Miami with dominating 34-13 win. The Dolphins defense completely shut down Chargers quarterback Dan Fouts, limiting him to just 15 of 34 completions for 194 yards and a touchdown while intercepting him 5 times. The Dolphins led 27-13 at halftime. Miami quarterback David Woodley, who was benched in the second quarter of the Epic in Miami due to poor performance, redeemed himself by completing 17 of 22 passes for 195 yards and 2 touchdowns with 1 interception, while also scoring a rushing touchdown. The Dolphins converted 3 turnovers, including 2 fumbled kickoffs, into 21 points. This was the final postseason game in the hall of fame careers of Chargers stars Dan Fouts, Charlie Joiner, and Kellen Winslow.

  • Scoring
    • MIA - Moore 9 pass from Woodley (von Schamann kick) MIA 7-0
    • MIA - Franklin 3 run (von Schamann kick) 14-0
    • MIA - Lee 6 pass from Woodley (von Schamann kick) 21-0
    • MIA - field goal von Schamann 24 MIA 24-0
    • SD - Joiner 28 pass from Fouts (kick failed)MIA 24-6
    • MIA - field goal von Schamann 23 MIA 27-6
    • SD - Muncie 1 run (Benirschke kick) MIA 27-13
    • MIA - Woodley 7 run (von Schamann kick) MIA 34-13

NFC: Dallas Cowboys 37, Green Bay Packers 26

1 2 3 4 Total
Packers 0 7 6 13 26
Cowboys 6 14 3 14 37

at Texas Stadium, Irving, Texas

The Cowboys scored touchdowns on two 80-yard drives while cornerback Dennis Thurman had 3 interceptions, including a 39-yard touchdown and one to clinch the victory. Packers quarterback Lynn Dickey threw for a franchise postseason record 332 yards and a touchdown, but his 3 interceptions were too costly to overcome. Receiver James Lofton caught 5 passes for 109 yards and a touchdown, and also had a 71-yard touchdown run on a reverse play, which tied the record for longest running play in a playoff game at the time.

Two field goals by Rafael Septien, a touchdown run by Robert Newhouse, and Thurman's 39-yard touchdown return gave the Cowboys a 20-7 lead by halftime. In the second half, the Packers mounted a strong comeback attempt, racking up 363 yards and scoring 19 points. Midway through the fourth quarter, Green Bay defensive back Mark Lee's 22-yard interception return for a touchdown cut the Packers deficit to 30-26. But later on, Thurman's third interception set up a 74-yard scoring drive to put the game away with Newhouse's second touchdown run.

Green Bay finished the game with a franchise playoff record 466 total yards.

  • Scoring
    • DAL - field goal Septien 50 DAL 3-0
    • DAL - field goal Septien 34 DAL 6-0
    • GB - Lofton 6 pass from Dickey (Stenerud kick) GB 7-6
    • DAL - Newsome 2 run (Septien kick) DAL 13-7
    • DAL - Thurman 39 interception return (Septien kick) DAL 20-7
    • GB - field goal Stenerud 30 DAL 20-10
    • GB - field goal Stenerud 33 DAL 20-13
    • DAL - field goal Septien 24 DAL 23-13
    • GB - Lofton 71 run (kick failed) DAL 23-19
    • DAL - Cosbie 7 pass from D.White (Septien kick) DAL 30-19
    • GB - Lee 22 interception return (Stenerud kick) DAL 30-26
    • DAL - Newsome 1 run (Septien kick) DAL 37-26

Conference Championships

January 22, 1983

NFC: Washington Redskins 31, Dallas Cowboys 17

1 2 3 4 Total
Cowboys 3 0 14 0 17
Redskins 7 7 7 10 31

at RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.

The Redskins sealed the victory by converting 2 turnovers in the final period into 10 points. The Cowboys scored first after a 75-yard drive led to a 27-yard field goal by kicker Rafael Septien. But Washington then scored on an 84-yard drive that was capped by quarterback Joe Theismann's 19-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Charlie Brown. Then in the second quarter, after Redskins kicker Mark Moseley missed a 27-yard field goal attempt, Dallas' Rod Hill lost a muffed punt, setting up a 1-yard rushing touchdown by Redskins running back John Riggins to increase their lead, 14-3.

With 32 seconds left in the first half, Cowboys quarterback Danny White suffered a concussion after being hit by Washington's Dexter Manley and was replaced by unknown backup Gary Hogeboom for the rest of the game. A short Redskins punt early in the third quarter then set up Hogeboom's 6-yard touchdown toss to Drew Pearson, capping a six-play, 38-yard drive, cutting the score to 14-10. But on the ensuing kickoff, Mike Nelms returned the ball 76 yards down the right sideline to the Dallas 21-yard line. A 22-yard pass from Theismann to Brown was then followed by Riggins' four-yard touchdown run. Hogeboom then responded by leading Dallas on an 84-yard, 14-play drive capped by his 23-yard scoring pass to Butch Johnson, cutting the margin was back to 21-17 with 3:25 left in the third quarter.

Dallas threatened to cut the lead further, driving to the Washington 23-yard line early in the fourth quarter, but Septien missed a 42-yard field goal. Following a Washington punt, Dallas had the ball at the Washington 32-yard line, but linebacker Mel Kaufman made a leaping, over-the-shoulder interception that was intended to Cowboys receiver Tony Hill, setting up Washington kicker Mark Moseley's 29-yard field goal with 6:55 left to play. Then from the Dallas 20-yard line, defensive lineman Dexter Manley tipped Hogeboom's delayed screen pass intended for running back Tony Dorsett; tackle Darryl Grant caught it and returned it 10 yards for the game-clinching touchdown.

Riggins, who ran nine straight times to help Washington run out the clock in the final period, finished the game with 140 rushing yards and 2 touchdowns.

  • Scoring
    • DAL - field goal Septien 27 DAL 3-0
    • WAS - Brown 19 pass from Theismann (Moseley kick) WAS 7-3
    • WAS - Riggins 1 run (Moseley kick) WAS 14-3
    • DAL - Pearson 6 pass from Hogeboom (Septien kick) WAS 14-10
    • WAS - Riggins 4 run (Moseley kick) WAS 21-10
    • DAL - Johnson 23 pass from Hogeboom (Septien kick) WAS 21-17
    • WAS - field goal Moseley 29 WAS 24-17
    • WAS - Grant 10 interception return (Moseley kick) WAS 31-17

January 23, 1983

AFC: Miami Dolphins 14, New York Jets 0

1 2 3 4 Total
Jets 0 0 0 0 0
Dolphins 0 0 7 7 14

at Miami Orange Bowl, Miami, Florida

On a wet, muddy field (the Jets complained about the Dolphins' decision not to place the tarp over the field before the game), the Dolphins defense held Jets quarterback Richard Todd to only 15 of 37 completions for 103 yards and intercepted 5 of his passes. Linebacker A.J. Duhe led Miami to a victory with 3 interceptions, scoring a 35-yard touchdown and setting up the other Dolphins score. Miami held the Jets to 139 total yards and forced 5 interceptions. The game was scoreless until the third period when Duhe intercepted a pass from Todd. Aided by an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on the Jets, the Dolphins advanced to the New York 7-yard line where Woody Bennett rushed into the end zone for a touchdown. Then early in the final period, Duhe intercepted a screen pass and returned it 35 yards for the game-clinching touchdown.

  • Scoring
    • MIA - Bennett 7 run (von Schamann kick) MIA 7-0
    • MIA - Duhe 35 interception return (von Schamann kick) MIA 14-0

Super Bowl

Washington Redskins (NFC) 27, Miami Dolphins (AFC) 17, at Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California

Bracket

First Round Second Round Conf. Championship Games Super Bowl XVII
                           
January 9 - Riverfront Stadium            
 6) N.Y. Jets  44
January 15 - L.A. Memorial Coliseum
 3) Cincinnati  17  
 6) N.Y. Jets  17
January 8 - L.A. Memorial Coliseum
   1) L.A. Raiders  14  
 8) Cleveland  10
January 23 - Miami Orange Bowl
 1) L.A. Raiders  27  
 6) N.Y. Jets  0
January 9 - Three Rivers Stadium
   2) Miami  14  
 5) San Diego  31
January 16 - Miami Orange Bowl
 4) Pittsburgh  28  
 5) San Diego  13
January 8 - Miami Orange Bowl
   2) Miami  34  
 7) New England  13
January 30 - Rose Bowl
 2) Miami  28  
 A2) Miami  17
January 8 - Lambeau Field
   N1) Washington  27
 6) St. Louis  16
January 16 - Texas Stadium
 3) Green Bay  41  
 3) Green Bay  26
January 9 - Texas Stadium
   2) Dallas  37  
 7) Tampa Bay  17
January 22 - RFK Stadium
 2) Dallas  30  
 2) Dallas  17
January 9 - Metrodome
   1) Washington  31  
 5) Atlanta  24
January 15 - RFK Stadium
 4) Minnesota  30  
 4) Minnesota  7
January 8 - RFK Stadium
   1) Washington  21  
 8) Detroit  7
 1) Washington  31  

References

  • Total Football: The Official Encyclopedia of the National Football League (ISBN 0-06-270174-6)
  • The Sporting News Complete Super Bowl Book 1995 (ISBN 0-89204-523-X)

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