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2016 Oakland Raiders Gameday 8

Raiders in the Super bowl 68 Gameday MAGAZINE SUPER BOWL XVII Tampa Stadium; Sunday, Jan. 22, 1984; Attendance: 72,920; Time: 3:31 PM PST; Weather: 68°F; partly cloudy, wind NE 20 mph Famously dubbed “Black Sunday” by NFL Films, Super Bowl XVIII put on display the best that the NFL had to offer as the Los Angeles Raiders drubbed the Washington Redskins, 38-9. The resounding victory rested on the running brilliance of Marcus Allen and the strength of dominating defense and special teams play that lifted the Raiders to the club’s third Super Bowl title in eight years. Clad in their famous black jerseys, the Raiders jumped on the scoreboard first as Derrick Jensen blocked a first-quarter punt deep in Washington territory and fell on the ball in the end zone for a touchdown. In the second quarter, Jim Plunkett orchestrated an efficient three-play drive that culminated in a 12-yard touchdown pass to Cliff Branch. After a Redskins field goal, the Silver and Black defense would strike just moments before halftime. Keying on a Washington screen pass play that had worked successfully against the Raiders during a regular season meeting between the two teams, defensive coordinator Charlie Sumner inserted reserve Jack Squirek with time winding down in the first half. As Joe Theismann lobbed a screen out towards Joe Washington from the 12-yard line, Squirek stepped in front of the pass and returned the interception for a touchdown to give the Raiders a 21-3 halftime advantage. The Raiders’ second half performance was just as dominant as the team shifted focus to its running game, led by Allen. The secondyear running back scored a third-quarter touchdown on a 5-yard run before breaking off perhaps the finest run in Super Bowl history later in the same period. Allen took a handoff from Plunkett and started left on the play but went too wide for his blocking and reversed his field, burst free of pursuit and found the end zone after a 74-yard sprint to give the Raiders an insurmountable lead and give the city of Los Angeles its first and only Super Bowl victory. Allen was the easy choice as the game’s Most Valuable Player, gaining 191 yards on 20 carries with two touchdowns. REDSKINS RAIDERS TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 19 18 By Rushing 7 8 By Passing 10 9 By Penalty 2 1 THIRD-DOWN EFFICIENCY 6-17-35% 5-13-38% FOURTH-DOWN EFFICIENCY 0-1-0% 0-0-0% TOTAL NET YARDS 283 385 Total Offensive Plays 73 60 Average gain per offensive play 3.9 6.4 NET YARDS RUSHING 90 231 Total Rushing Plays 32 33 Average gain per rushing play 2.8 7.0 NET YARDS PASSING 193 154 Times thrown – yards lost att. to pass 6-50 2-18 Gross yards passing 243 172 PASS ATT-COMP-INT 35-16-2 25-16-0 Average gain per pass play 4.7 5.7 PUNTS Number and Average 8-32.4 7-42.7 TOTAL RETURN YARDS (not inc. kickoffs) 167 30 No. and Yards Punt Returns 2-35 2-8 No. and Yards Kickoff Returns 7-132 1-17 No. and Yards Interception Returns 0-0 2-5 PENALTIES Numbers and Yards 4-62 7-56 FUMBLES Numbers and Lost 1-1 3-2 EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts 0-1 5-5 FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts 1-2 1-1 SAFETIES 0 0 FINAL SCORE 9 38 Score by quarter 1 2 3 4 OT TOTAL LOS ANGELES 7 14 14 3 – 38 WASHINGTON 0 3 6 0 – 9 RAIDERS STarters OFFENSE DEFENSE C 50 D. Dalby NT 62 R. Kinlaw G 73 C. Hannah DE 77 L. Alzado G 65 M. Marvin DE 75 H. Long T 79 B. Davis LB 83 T. Hendricks T 70 H. Lawrence LB 53 R. Martin TE 46 T. Christensen LB 55 M. Millen WR 80 M. Barnwell LB 51 B. Nelson WR 21 C. Branch CB 37 L. Hayes RB 32 M. Allen CB 22 M. Haynes RB 33 K. King FS 26 V. McElroy QB 16 J. Plunkett SS 36 M. Davis Redskins STarters OFFENSE DEFENSE C 53 J. Bostic DT 65 D. Butz G 68 R. Grimm DT 77 D. Grant G 73 M. May DE 79 T. Liebenstein T 66 J. Jacoby DE 72 D. Manley T 74 G. Stark LB 55 M. Kaufman TE 88 R. Walker LB 57 R. Milot TE 85 D. Warren LB 52 N. Olkewicz WR 87 C. Brown CB 28 D. Green WR 81 A. Monk CB 24 A. Washington RB 44 J. Riggins FS 29 M. Murphy QB 7 J. Theismann SS 48 K. Coffey Scoring summary TM QTR TIME PLAY DESCRIPTION WASH LA LA 1 4:52 D. Jensen blocked punt return (C. Bahr kick) 0 7 LA 2 5:46 C. Branch 12 yd. pass from J. Plunkett (C. Bahr kick) (3-65, 1:34) 0 14 WR 2 11:55 M. Moseley 24 yd. Field Goal (13-73, 6:09) 3 14 LA 2 14:53 J. Squirek 5 yd. interception return (C. Bahr kick) 3 21 WR 3 4:08 J. Riggins 1 yd. run (kick blocked) (9-70, 4:08) 9 21 LA 3 7:54 M. Allen 5 yd. run (C. Bahr kick) (8-70, 3:46) 9 28 LA 3 15:00 M. Allen 74 yd. run (C. Bahr kick) (1-74, 0:12) 9 35 LA 4 12:36 C. Bahr 21 yd. Field Goal (8-55, 3:55) 9 38 LOS ANGELES RAIDERS RUSHING Att Yd Avg Lg TD M. Allen 20 191 9.5 74 2 K. King 3 12 4.0 10 0 F. Hawkins 3 6 2.0 3 0 G. Pruitt 5 17 3.4 11 0 J. Plunkett 1 -2 -2.0 -2 0 C. Willis 1 7 7.0 7 0 Total 33 231 7.0 74 2 PASSING Att Cm Yds TD Lg In J. Plunkett 25 16 172 1 50 0 Total 25 16 172 1 50 0 RECEIVING No Yd Avg Lg TD M. Allen 2 18 12 0 0 K. King 2 8 4.0 7 0 T. Christensen 4 32 8.0 14 0 C. Branch 6 94 15.7 50 1 F. Hawkins 2 20 10.0 14 0 Total 16 172 10.8 50 1 INTERCEPTIONS No Yd Avg Lg TD J. Squirek 1 5 5 5T 1 M. Haynes 1 0 0 0 0 Total 2 5 2.5 5T 1 PUNT RETURNS No Yd Avg FC Lg TD T. Watts 1 0 0 0 0 0 G. Pruitt 1 8 8 3 8 0 Total 2 8 4.0 3 8 0 KICK RETURNS No Yd Avg Lg TD G. Pruitt 1 17 17 17 0 Total 1 17 17 17 0 Washington Redskins RUSHING Att Yd Avg Lg TD J. Riggins 26 64 2.5 8 1 J. Theismann 3 18 6.0 8 0 J. Washington 3 8 2.7 5 0 Total 32 90 2.8 8 1 PASSING Att Cm Yds TD Lg In J. Theismann 35 16 243 0 60 2 Total 35 16 243 0 60 2 RECEIVING No Yd Avg Lg TD C. Didier 5 65 13.0 20 0 J. Washington 3 20 6.7 10 0 C. Garrett 1 17 17.0 17 0 C. Brown 3 93 31.0 60 0 N. Giaquinto 2 21 10.5 14 0 A. Monk 1 26 26.0 26 0 J. Riggins 1 1 1.0 1 0 Total 16 243 15.2 60 0 INTERCEPTIONS No Yd Avg Lg TD -- -- -- -- -- PUNT RETURNS No Yd Avg FC Lg TD N. Giaquinto 1 1 1.0 2 1 0 D. Green 1 34 34.0 0 34 0 Total 2 35 17.5 2 34 0 KICK RETURNS No Yd Avg Lg TD C. Garrett 5 100 20.0 35 0 D. Grant 1 32 32.0 32 0 B. Kimball 1 0 0.0 0 0 Total 7 132 18.6 35 0


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