1995 Steelers 10 at Dolphins 23 MNF
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07-12-2017, 12:35 AM

1995 Steelers 10 at Dolphins 23 MNF

Greg Lloyd makes good on his promise to knock Dan Marino "into next week" in a game where little else goes right for the injury-ravaged Steelers. With O'Donnell sidelined due to a broken finger, Mike Tomczak gets the start and tosses a pair of costly first half INTs that Miami easily cashes in for 10 points. A John L. Williams fumble at the Pittsburgh 21 with a minute left in the first half gives Marino a short field against Pittsburgh's injury depleted secondary, and Dan takes full advantage with a 28-yd TD to Terry Kirby for a 17-3 halftime lead. All told, 3 of Pittsburgh's 5 turnovers lead to Miami scores and 2 end scoring threats. A special thanks to J.J. Cooper for generously providing us with this game! 
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07-13-2017, 02:31 AM

I tried to watch this and turned it off at the 36 minute mark. Can't stomach to watch games like these. LOL

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07-14-2017, 08:24 AM

(07-13-2017, 02:31 AM)Guest Wrote: I tried to watch this and turned it off at the 36 minute mark. Can't stomach to watch games like these. LOL

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I'm with you, Sal. I post these because some people ask for them. But I personally can't re-watch them. I might speed watch parts, but there are very few losses I can actually sit and watch with any enjoyment.
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07-17-2017, 07:04 PM

Well, if it means anything guys, I was pulling for the Steelers in this one. I hate the Dolphins. I feel the same way about Miami that you do about the Browns.
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08-02-2017, 03:13 AM

At halftime, Brent Musburger talks with Steve Young, Al Michaels chats with Dan Marino, and there are reports on the NFL's lawsuit against Jerry Jones for breaking the league's revenue-sharing agreement and the future of Lions coach Wayne Fontes.
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