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Super Bowl XVIII

 

SCORING
Washington Redskins 0 3 6 0 9
Los Angeles Raiders 7 14 14 3 38

LA–Jensen recovered blocked punt in end zone (Bahr kick)
LA–Branch 12 pass from Plunkett (Bahr kick)
Wash–FG Moseley 24
LA–Squirek 5 interception return (Bahr kick)
Wash–Riggins 1 run (kick blocked)
LA–Allen 5 run (Bahr kick)
LA–Allen 74 run (Bahr kick)
LA–FG Bahr 21

STARTING LINEUPS
Washington (NFC) Offense Los Angeles (AFC)
Charlie Brown WR Cliff Branch
Joe Jacoby LT Bruce Davis
Russ Grimm LG Charley Hannah
Jeff Bostic C Dave Dalby
Mark May RG Mickey Marvin
George Starke RT Henry Lawrence
Don Warren TE Todd Christensen
Art Monk WR Malcolm Barnwell
Joe Theismann QB Jim Plunkett
John Riggins RB Marcus Allen
Rick Walker TE-RB Kenny King
  Defense  
Todd Liebenstein LE Howie Long
Dave Butz LT-NT Reggie Kinlaw
Darryl Grant RT-RE Lyle Alzado
Dexter Manley RE-LOLB Ted Hendricks
Mel Kaufman LLB-LILB Matt Millen
Neal Olkewicz MLB-RILB Bob Nelson
Rich Milot RLB-ROLB Rod Martin
Darrell Green LCB Lester Hayes
Anthony Washington RCB Mike Haynes
Ken Coffey SS Mike Davis
Mark Murphy FS Vann McElroy

Substitutions

Washington–Offense: K–Mark Moseley. P–Jeff Hayes. RB–Reggie Evans, Nick Giaquinto, Joe Washington, Otis Wonsley. TE–Clint Didier, Mike Williams. WR–Alvin Garrett. T/G–Roy Simmons. G–Ken Huff, Bruce Kimball. Defense: DE–Charles Mann, Tony McGee. DT–Perry Brooks. LB–Stuart Anderson, Monte Coleman, Peter Cronan, Larry Kubin. CB–Brian Carpenter, Vernon Dean. S–Curtis Jordan, Greg Williams. DNP: QB–Bob Holly, Babe Laufenberg. WR–Mark McGrath, Virgil Seay.

Los Angeles Raiders–Offense: K–Chris Bahr. P–Ray Guy. QB–David Humm, Marc Wilson. RB–Frank Hawkins, Greg Pruitt, Chester Willis. TE–Don Hasselback, Derrick Jensen. WR–Cle Montgomery, Calvin Muhammad, Dokie Williams. T–Shelby Jordan, Don Mosebar. G–Steve Sylvester. Defense: DE–Johnny Robinson, Greg Townsend. DT–Bill Pickel, Dave Stalls. LB–Jeff Barnes, Darryl Byrd, Tony Caldwell, Jeff Squirek. CB–James Davis, Ted Watts. S–Kenny Hill, Odis McKinney.

Officials

Referee–Gene Barth. Umpire–Gordon Wells. Head Linesman–Jerry Bergman. Line Judge–Bob Beeks. Back Judge–Ben Tompkins. Side Judge–Gil Mace. Field Judge–Fritz Graf.

FINAL TEAM STATISTICS
  Redskins Raiders
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 19 18
Rushing 7 8
Passing 10 9
Penalty 2 1
TOTAL NET YARDAGE 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
Pass Att.–Comp.–Int. 35–16–2 25–16–0
Times Sacked–Yards Lost 6–50 2–18
Gross Yards Passing 243 172
Avg. Gain per Pass (Incl. Sacks) 4.7 5.7
PUNTS–YARDS 8–259 7–299
Average Distance 32.4 42.7
Had Blocked 1 0
TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 167 30
Kickoff Returns–Yards 7–132 1–17
Punt Returns–Yards 2–35 2–8
Interception Returns–Yards 0–0 2–5
TOTAL TURNOVERS 3 2
Fumbles–Lost 1–1 3–2
Had Intercepted 2 0
PENALTIES–YARDS 4–62 7–56
TOTAL POINTS SCORED 9 38
Touchdowns Rushing 1 2
Touchdowns Passing 0 1
Touchdowns Returns 0 2
Extra Points 0 5
Field Goals–Attempts 1–2 1–1
Safeties 0 0
THIRD–DOWN EFFICIENCY 6/17 5/13
FOURTH–DOWN EFFICIENCY 0/1 0/0
TIME OF POSSESSION 30:38 29:22

 

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING
Washington No. Yds. Avg. Long TD
Riggins 26 64 2.5 8 1
Theismann 3 18 6.0 8 0
J. Washington 3 8 2.7 5 0
L.A. Raiders          
Allen 20 191 9.6 74t 2
Pruitt 5 17 3.4 11 0
King 3 12 4.0 10 0
Willis 1 7 7.0 7 0
Hawkins 3 6 2.0 3 0
Plunkett 1 –2 –2.0 –2 0

 

PASSING
Washington Att. Comp. Yds. Long TD Int.
Theismann 35 16 243 60 0 2
L.A. Raiders            
Plunkett 25 16 172 50 1 0

 

RECEIVING
Washington No. Yds. Long TD
Didier 5 65 20 0
Brown 3 93 60 0
J. Washington 3 20 10 0
Giaquinto 2 21 14 0
Monk 1 26 26 0
Garrett 1 17 17 0
Riggins 1 1 1 0
L.A. Raiders        
Branch 6 94 50 1
Christensen 4 32 14 0
Hawkins 2 20 14 0
Allen 2 18 12 0
King 2 8 7 0

 

INTERCEPTIONS
Washington No. Yds. Long TD
None        
L.A. Raiders        
Squirek 1 5 5t 1
Haynes 1 0 0 0

 

PUNTING
Washington No. Yds. Avg. TB Long
J. Hayes 7 259 37.0 0 48
L.A. Raiders          
Guy 7 299 42.7 1 53

 

PUNT RETURNS
Washington No. FC Yds. Long TD
Green 1 0 34 34 0
Giaquinto 1 2 1 1 0
L.A. Raiders          
Pruitt 1 3 8 8 0
Watts 1 0 0 0 0

 

KICKOFF RETURNS
Washington No. Yds. Long TD
Garrett 5 100 35 0
Grant 1 32 32 0
Kimball 1 0 0 0
L.A. Raiders        
Pruitt 1 17 17 0

 

FUMBLES
Washington No. Own Rec. Opp. Rec.
Theismann 1 0 0
G. Williams 0 0 1
A. Washington 0 0 1
L.A. Raiders      
Watts 1 0 0
Allen 1 0 0
Hannah 0 1 0
Branch 1 0 0
Martin 0 0 1

 

KICKING
Washington XP–A FG–A FG Made FG Missed
Moseley 0–1 1–2 24 44
L.A. Raiders        
Bahr 5–5 1–1 21
 

 

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1983 SUPER BOWL XVIII

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Date: January 22 1984

MVP: Marcus Allen

Stadium: Tampa Stadium

Attendance: 72,920

TV Audience: 106,000,000

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