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Super Bowl XXVIII (1994)



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Credited cast:
Troy Aikman ... Self - Dallas Cowboys Quarterback
Howard Ballard Howard Ballard ... Self - Buffalo Bills Right Tackle
Bill Bates Bill Bates ... Self - Dallas Cowboys Safety
Don Beebe Don Beebe ... Self - Buffalo Bills Wide Receiver
Cornelius Bennett Cornelius Bennett ... Self - Buffalo Bills Left Inside Linebacker
Clint Black ... Self - Halftime Show Performer
Bill Brooks Bill Brooks ... Self - Buffalo Bills Wide Receiver
Larry Brown Larry Brown ... Self - Dallas Cowboys Right Cornerback
Stephen Burrows ... Self - Performer
Tony Casillas Tony Casillas ... Self - Dallas Cowboys Left Defensive Tackle
Steve Christie Steve Christie ... Self - Buffalo Bills Kicker
Natalie Cole ... Self - National Anthem Performer
Lincoln Coleman Lincoln Coleman ... Self - Dallas Cowboys Running Back
Matt Darby Matt Darby ... Self - Buffalo Bills Defensive Back
John Davis John Davis ... Self - Buffalo Bills Right Guard


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30 January 1994 (USA) See more »

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NBC Sports See more »
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Follows Super Bowl VIII (1974) See more »

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End of an Era. A moment frozen in time.
29 May 2007 | by blanbrnSee all my reviews

Once again we would get a repeat and again same result a Cowboys victory. Super Bowl XXVIII featured a Cowboys team that was cocky, and walked the walk and talked the talk as coach Jimmy Johnson put it. The Buffalo Bills now 4 time AFC champs were desperate for a Super Bowl win, hey how many chances will one team get! And indeed the Bills would start the game off hot, with Jim Kelly throwing the ball well and on target. In fact the underdog Bills lead 13-6 at the half, the Boys simply didn't have their heads in the game. Well that's why they play 4 quarters of football as expected the Cowboys ruled, as Buffalo would shoot their own foots as Thurman Thomas would make costly turnovers. And Dallas had a hero of their own that would be Superman Emmitt Smith who was game MVP with his spectacular runs. Final was Dallas 30-13 and back to back champs. Boy in the coming months change would follow in big D as the ego of owner Jerry Jones finally came to light when he butted heads with Jimmy Johnson, a disagreement caused an agreement that Johnson would no longer be the Cowboys head coach to me an end of an era in Dallas. In my opinion if Jones had kept Johnson on Dallas would have went on to an unlimited run of Super Bowl titles, I felt he was that good of a coach to bad that Jerry had so much ego and cockiness. As the NFL films highlights says at the end when they hold the Super Bowl trophy it would be a moment frozen in time.

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