1990 Steelers 9 at Saints 6
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02-10-2020, 06:59 AM

1990 Steelers 9 at Saints 6

In the "Anderson vs Anderson" battle between the NFL's two best kickers, Gary beats Morten -- 3 FGs to 2 -- tying the game with a 42-yd FG in the 4th quarter, then winning it on on 43-yd kick with 1:44 left. Offense is scarce in this game (232 total yds for the Steelers, 195 for the Saints) and both defenses play well. Pittsburgh comes up with a HUGE stop at the 1-yd line when David Little forces a fumble on 2nd and goal, recovered by DJ Johnson. Steve Walsh has a miserable day, completing only 8 of 26 passes for 95 yds. Bubby Brister fares a little better, hitting 15 of 25 for 154 yds. But Bubby also throws and INT, and -- just 1 play prior to Gary Anderson's game-winning kick -- Brister dodges a bullet when a sure INT bounces off the chest of a Saints DB. The ugly win keeps Pittsburgh tied with Houston for first place and alive for a playoff spot. 
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05-15-2020, 12:16 PM

At halftime, scores and highlights from NFL Live, plus an interview with Bengals coach Sam Wyche about his team's game with the Raiders, which would be played later that day.
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05-16-2020, 05:41 PM

We need an upgrade on this one, Tim. There are significant video issues throughout the fourth quarter, and the tape ends during the Saints' final drive with about a minute to go. No scoring is missed, but the already shaky video becomes completely unwatchable right after Gary Anderson's go-ahead field goal.
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05-18-2020, 01:49 AM

(05-16-2020, 05:41 PM)Garrett Garlits Wrote: We need an upgrade on this one, Tim. There are significant video issues throughout the fourth quarter, and the tape ends during the Saints' final drive with about a minute to go. No scoring is missed, but the already shaky video becomes completely unwatchable right after Gary Anderson's go-ahead field goal.

Duly noted. I added it to the "Upgrades Desired" list.
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