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1999 Steelers 19 at Chiefs 35

The Steelers score 10 points on their first two possessions and add a FG at the end of the half to stay close at 21-13, but Tomczak throws 4 INTs on the day (one of them returned for a TD) and are shut out in the 2nd half until Tomczak's garbage-time 11-yd TD to Bobby Shaw with 34 seconds left. Tony Gonzalez catches 6 passes for 93 yds and 2 TDs and the Chiefs pile up 218 yds rushing, 82 of it coming on a Derrick Alexander reverse for a TD to break the game open. Thanks to John Payne for making this game available! 
Tim, did you see my email regarding the Steelers/Ravens Week 9 game in 2000 that I just sent you via email?
(04-18-2018, 01:49 PM)SteelCity343 Wrote: [ -> ]Tim, did you see my email regarding the Steelers/Ravens Week 9 game in 2000 that I just sent you via email?

I just saw it! I'm flying home from Cali today, but I'll download it when I get home. Thank you, man!
Tim,

There are some issues with this one. The video's about five to ten seconds ahead of the audio throughout the first half. Also, the disc skips from about nine and a half minutes left in the second quarter to Kris Brown's field goal at the end of the half that made it 21-13 Chiefs. We're missing Kansas City's third touchdown.

There are about forty-five minutes left on the disc, and I'm guessing that the second half is incomplete too. I'll know more when I finish the game tomorrow.
(08-13-2018, 05:19 AM)Garrett Garlits Wrote: [ -> ]Tim,

There are some issues with this one. The video's about five to ten seconds ahead of the audio throughout the first half.  Also, the disc skips from about nine and a half minutes left in the second quarter to Kris Brown's field goal at the end of the half that made it 21-13 Chiefs. We're missing Kansas City's third touchdown.

There are about forty-five minutes left on the disc, and I'm guessing that the second half is incomplete too. I'll know more when I finish the game tomorrow.

Thanks for the heads up, Garrett. This was a donated video and truthfully, I never had a chance to watch it fully. I just skimmed through for a few highlights and looked at the stat sheets to provide the brief summary. 

We need to put together an updated list of needed upgrades.
We don't miss any scoring in the second half, but there are severely edited huddles, which means that we're probably missing a few plays. I understand that in 1978 when tapes were only two hours long, but in 1999?


Yes, I would say that an upgrade is desirable.