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1972 NFC Championship Ticket stub Washington Redskins Cowboys Kilmer

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1972 NFC Championship Ticket stub Washington Redskins Cowboys Kilmer
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12/31/1972 at RFK Stadium the Redskins defeat the Cowboys 26-3 for the NFC Championship & the right to play in Super Bowl VII

Excellent very clean ticket

QB Billy Kilmer's favorite memory of his NFL days were from this game: At the Dallas 45 after two short completions to Charlye Taylor, Kilmer told him to go long. The supposedly ragged arm QB heaved the ball as far as he could and thinking that he actually overthrew Taylor watched in surprise as Taylor raced under the ball into the end zone with Mark Washington missing Taylor at his heels. Taylor raised his arms in the end zone and Billy Kilmer pumped his fist in the air as the stadium shook as if from an earthquake. This broke the game open two plays into the 4th quarter and put the Redskins up 17-3.

NFC Playoff Record by Curt Kinght with 4 Field Goals

Kilmer looked sharp throwing spirals completing 77.8% as he connected on 14 of 18 passes.

Charley Taylor caught 7 passes for 146 yards with 15 & 40 yard TD receptions included.

Jerry Smith double covered all day did not have any receptions but he did recover a ball that Kilmer mishandled on their own 31 yard line that bounced and rolled back to the 18 before Jerry picked it up. Two Cowboy defenders were all over it but couldn't get it and Smith recovered it to save 7 points and allow the Redskins to punt.

The original owner of this ticket undoubtably witnessed the finest victory in Redskins history as this was the crowning moment that everyone had waited for from the beginnings of 'Where's Dallas' to the end result of the Cowboys being demolished. hundreds of fans stormed the field at the end to carry George Allen to the dugout where the entrance to the locker room was. Unfortunately this was Coach Allen's final playoff win in spite of 5 more consecutive winning seasons.

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