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Super Bowl XIX

 

SCORING
Miami Dolphins 10 6 0 0 16
San Francisco 49ers 7 21 10 0 38

Mia–FG von Schamann 37
SF–Monroe 33 pass from Montana (Wersching kick)
Mia–D. Johnson 2 pass from Marino (von Schamann kick)
SF–Craig 8 pass from Montana (Wersching kick)
SF–Montana 6 run (Wersching kick)
SF–Craig 2 run (Wersching kick)
Mia–FG von Schamann 31
Mia–FG von Schamann 30
SF–FG Wersching 27
SF–Craig 16 pass from Montana (Wersching kick)

STARTING LINEUPS
Miami (AFC) Offense San Francisco (NFC)
Mark Duper WR Dwight Clark
Jon Giesler LT Bubba Paris
Roy Foster LG John Ayers
Dwight Stephenson C Fred Quillan
Ed Newman RG Randy Cross
Cleveland Green RT Keith Fahnhorst
Bruce Hardy TE Russ Francis
Mark Clayton WR Freddie Solomon
Dan Marino QB Joe Montana
Tony Nathan RB Wendell Tyler
Woody Bennett RB Roger Craig
  Defense  
Doug Betters LE Lawrence Pillers
Bob Baumhower NT Manu Tuiasosopo
Kim Bokamper RE Dwaine Board
Bob Brudzinski LOLB Dan Bunz
Jay Brophy LILB Riki Ellison
Mark Brown RILB Jack Reynolds
Charles Bowser ROLB Keena Turner
Don McNeal LCB Ronnie Lott
William Judson RCB Eric Wright
Glenn Blackwood SS Carlton Williamson
Lyle Blackwood FS Dwight Hicks

Substitutions

Miami–Offense: K–Uwe von Schamann. P–Reggie Roby. QB–Don Strock. RB–Joe Carter, Eddie Hill. TE–Dan Johnson, Joe Rose. WR–Jimmy Cefalo, Vince Heflin, Jim Jensen, Nat Moore. KR–Fulton Walker. G–Steve Clark, Ronnie Lee, Jeff Toews. Defense: DE–Bill Barnett, Charles Benson. DT–Mike Charles. LB–A.J. Duhe, Earnest Rhone, Jackie Shipp, Sanders Shiver. CB–Paul Lankford, Robert Sowell. S–Bud Brown, Mike Kozlowski. DNP: FB–Pete Johnson.

San Francisco–Offense: K–Ray Wersching. P–Max Runager. RB–Derrick Harmon, Carl Monroe, Bill Ring. TE–Earl Cooper. WR–Renaldo Nehemiah, Mike Wilson. KR–Dana McLemore. T–Allan Kennedy, Billy Shields. G–Guy McIntyre. Defense: DE–Fred Dean, Jim Stuckey. DT–Michael Carter, Gary Johnson, Louie Kelcher, Jeff Stover. LB–Milt McColl, Blanchard Montgomery, Todd Shell, Michael Walter. CB–Tom Holmoe. S–Jeff Fuller. DNP: QB–Matt Cavanaugh. TE–John Frank. CB–Mario Clark.

Officials

Referee–Pat Haggerty. Umpire–Tom Hensley. Head Linesman–Leo Miles. Line Judge–Ray Dodez. Back Judge–Tom Kelleher. Side Judge–Bill Quinby. Field Judge–Bob Lewis.

FINAL TEAM STATISTICS
  Dolphins 49ers
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 19 31
Rushing 2 16
Passing 17 15
Penalty 0 0
TOTAL NET YARDAGE 314 537
Total Offensive Plays 63 76
Average Gain per Offensive Play 5.0 7.1
NET YARDS RUSHING 25 211
Total Rushing Plays 9 40
Average Gain per Rushing Play 2.8 5.3
NET YARDS PASSING 289 326
Pass Att.–Comp.–Int. 50–29–2 35–24–0
Times Sacked–Yards Lost 4–29 1–5
Gross Yards Passing 318 331
Avg. Gain per Pass (Incl. Sacks) 5.4 9.1
PUNTS–YARDS 6–236 3–98
Average Distance 39.3 32.7
Had Blocked 0 0
TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 155 91
Kickoff Returns–Yards 7–140 4–40
Punt Returns–Yards 2–15 5–51
Interception Returns–Yards 0–0 2–0
TOTAL TURNOVERS 2 2
Fumbles–Lost 1–0 2–2
Had Intercepted 2 0
PENALTIES–YARDS 1–10 2–10
TOTAL POINTS SCORED 16 38
Touchdowns Rushing 0 2
Touchdowns Passing 1 3
Touchdowns Returns 0 0
Extra Points 1 5
Field Goals–Attempts 3–3 1–1
Safeties 0 0
THIRD–DOWN EFFICIENCY 4/12 6/11
FOURTH–DOWN EFFICIENCY 0/0 0/1
TIME OF POSSESSION 22:49 37:11

 

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING
Miami No. Yds. Avg. Long TD
Nathan 5 18 3.6 16 0
Bennett 3 7 2.3 7 0
Marino 1 0 0.0 0 0
San Francisco          
Tyler 13 65 5.0 9 0
Montana 5 59 11.8 19 1
Craig 15 58 3.9 10 1
Harmon 5 20 4.0 7 0
Solomon 1 5 5.0 5 0
Cooper 1 4 4.0 4 0

 

PASSING
Miami Att. Comp. Yds. Long TD Int.
Marino 50 29 318 30 1 2
San Francisco            
Montana 35 24 331 40 3 0

 

RECEIVING
Miami No. Yds. Long TD
Nathan 10 83 25 0
Clayton 6 92 27 0
Rose 6 73 30 0
D. Johnson 3 28 21 1
Moore 2 17 9 0
Cefalo 1 14 14 0
Duper 1 11 11 0
San Francisco        
Craig 7 77 20 2
D. Clark 6 77 33 0
Francis 5 60 19 0
Tyler 4 70 40 0
Monroe 1 33 33t 1
Solomon 1 14 14 0

 

INTERCEPTIONS
Miami No. Yds. Long TD
None        
San Francisco        
Williamson 1 0 0 0
Wright 1 0 0 0

 

PUNTING
Miami No. Yds. Avg. TB Long
Roby 6 236 39.3 0 51
San Francisco          
Runager 3 98 32.7 0 35

 

PUNT RETURNS
Miami No. FC Yds. Long TD
Walker 2 0 15 9 0
San Francisco          
McLemore 5 0 51 28 0

 

KICKOFF RETURNS
Miami No. Yds. Long TD
Walker 4 93 28 0
Hardy 2 31 16 0
Hill 1 16 16 0
San Francisco        
Harmon 2 24 23 0
Monroe 1 16 16 0
McIntyre 1 0 0 0

 

FUMBLES
Miami No. Own Rec. Opp. Rec.
Marino 1 1 0
Jensen 0 0 1
Heflin 0 0 1
San Francisco      
McIntyre 1 0 0
McLemore 1 0 0

 

KICKING
Miami XP–A FG–A FG Made FG Missed
von Schamann 1–1 3–3 37, 31, 30
San Francisco        
Wersching 5–5 1–1 27
 

 

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1984 SUPER BOWL XIX

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Date: January 17 1971

MVP: Joe Montana

Stadium: Stanford Stadium, Palo Alto, CA

Attendance: 84,059

TV Audience: 115,936,000

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