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The team's main offensive weapon was running back Wendell Tyler , who rushed for 1, yards, caught 32 passes for yards, and scored 10 touchdowns.
Tyler's rushing yards came off just rushing attempts, giving him a league-leading 5. Fullback Cullen Bryant provided Tyler with excellent blocking while also gaining total yards and scoring 5 touchdowns.
Wide receiver Preston Dennard was the team's main deep threat, catching 43 passes for yards and 4 touchdowns.
They also gave up only 29 sacks. But the Rams' main strength was their defense, which featured defensive end Jack Youngblood , who made the Pro Bowl for the 7th year in a row and was playing with a broken leg, and lightning-quick Fred Dryer on the opposite end.
Behind them, the Rams had two outstanding linebackers: Jack "Hacksaw" Reynolds , and Jim Youngblood no relation to Jack , who had recorded 5 interceptions and returned 2 of them for touchdowns.
The Rams also had a solid secondary, led by free safety Nolan Cromwell , who also grabbed 5 interceptions. On November 4, , the Rams' defense established a still-current NFL record by holding the Seattle Seahawks' offense to a total of minus 7 yards for the game; the Seahawks finished the season 4th in the league in points scored.
The Steelers won the AFC Central with a 12—4 regular season record including 8—0 at home , and advanced to their second consecutive Super Bowl and their fourth appearance in the last six seasons.
Pittsburgh appeared to be even better than what they were in their three previous Super Bowl victories. The team also led the league in scoring with points.
Pittsburgh quarterback Terry Bradshaw had another fine season as the leader of the Steelers offense, throwing for 3, yards and 26 touchdowns during the regular season but he did throw 25 interceptions.
Wide receiver John Stallworth was his top target with 70 receptions for 1, yards and 8 touchdowns, while wide receiver Lynn Swann caught 41 passes for yards, an average of Steelers starting tight end Bennie Cunningham , who missed most of the previous season due to injuries, was also a big contributor with 36 receptions for yards.
Running back Franco Harris was the Steelers' leading rusher for the 8th consecutive season with 1, yards and 11 touchdowns. He also recorded his 7th consecutive season with more than 1, yards, tying an NFL record set by Jim Brown.
Harris also had his best year as a receiver out of the backfield, recording career-highs of 36 receptions for yards and another touchdown.
Fullback Rocky Bleier also had another superb season, providing Harris with excellent blocking while also contributing combined rushing and receiving yards.
And running back Sidney Thornton also emerged as a big threat with total yards and averaging 5 yards per carry.
Pittsburgh also had a solid offensive line, led by center Mike Webster. The Steelers' "Steel Curtain" defense finished the regular season as the top rated defense in the AFC, limiting opponents to only 4, offensive yards.
Up front, linemen Joe Greene and L. Greenwood terrorized opposing quarterbacks and rushers. And linebackers Jack Lambert and Jack Ham excelled at run stopping and pass coverage, combining for 8 interceptions.
The Steelers also had a fine secondary, led by defensive backs Mel Blount , who recorded 3 interceptions, and Donnie Shell , who had 5.
Meanwhile, the Steelers went on to defeat the Miami Dolphins , 34—14, and the Houston Oilers , 27—13, in the playoffs.
During those two playoff games, the Pittsburgh defense limited running backs Larry Csonka and Earl Campbell , respectively, to a combined total of only 35 rushing yards.
Campbell was the league's rushing leader during the regular season with 1, yards, but could only gain 15 yards against the Steelers in the AFC Championship Game.
Most people did not think that the Rams even belonged on the same field with the Steelers. One sports writer sarcastically suggested that Bradshaw throw left-handed and the Rams should be allowed to play with 12 men on the field to make the Super Bowl more competitive.
However, the Steelers were not taking their opponents lightly. In their previous meetings, the Rams held a 12—1—2 all-time record over the Steelers, including wins in , , and The wins in by a score of 10—3 and by a score of 10—7 were over Steeler teams that eventually won the Super Bowl those seasons.
Also, the Steelers had shown clear signs of weakness when playing away from their home stadium during the season. Their first loss of the year was on the road in a 4-turnover performance against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Two weeks later at 5—1, Pittsburgh was blown out 34—10 in Cincinnati against an 0—6 Bengals team. In week 12, the team lost 8 turnovers in a 35—7 loss on the road against the San Diego Chargers.
One of the guest analysts for the network's studio pregame show was former Oakland Raiders coach John Madden ; he impressed CBS executives so much that he replaced Brookshier as lead game analyst in However, it is technically not viewed as a Super Bowl ad since it actually debuted on October 1, , not during the day of the game.
Later, actress and singer Cheryl Ladd performed the national anthem. The coin toss ceremony featured longtime Steelers owner Art Rooney.
Despite being the underdogs, the Rams managed to hang onto a 13—10 lead at halftime, and a 19—17 lead at the beginning of the fourth quarter.
But the Steelers held the Rams scoreless in the fourth quarter and scored two touchdowns for the win. Despite the game's uneven matchup and the final score, this game is regarded by some as one of the most competitive games in Super Bowl history.
Overall, the lead changed seven times between both teams, a Super Bowl record Pittsburgh took the lead 4 times, while Los Angeles took it 3 times.
The Rams took the opening kickoff but the Steel Curtain, however, managed to force a three-and-out. Then on the Steelers' 7th play of their first possession, quarterback Terry Bradshaw completed a yard pass to running back Franco Harris to reach the Los Angeles yard line.
But a third down pass fell incomplete, forcing Pittsburgh to settle for a yard field goal from rookie kicker Matt Bahr. Bahr's ensuing kickoff was very short, giving the Rams great field position at their yard line.
Then on the next play, Tyler took a handoff, ran left, broke some tackles, and ran 39 yards to the Steelers yard line before he was finally dragged down by Pittsburgh defensive back Donnie Shell , the longest run against the Steelers all season.
Shell saved the touchdown by making the tackle after previously being knocked to the turf five yards past the line of scrimmage.
The score was the Steelers' first rushing touchdown allowed in Super Bowl competition in franchise history. But the lead did not last long.
Pittsburgh defensive back Larry Anderson returned the ensuing kickoff 45 yards to his own yard line, and then the Steelers marched 53 yards in 9 plays using every offensive weapon in their arsenal.
First, Harris ran for 12 yards, fullback Rocky Bleier ran for 1, then tight end Bennie Cunningham caught a pass for 8.
Bleier ran again for 2, followed by Bradshaw's yard completion to receiver Lynn Swann on the last play of the first quarter.
The second period opened with Bradshaw's yard completion to Cunningham to reach the Los Angeles 5-yard line, and then Harris ran through the middle to the 4.
Wide receiver John Stallworth was then stopped at the 1-yard line, but then Harris ran to the right untouched and scored a touchdown on the next play, giving the Steelers a 10—7 lead.
However, like the Rams' previous lead, the Steelers' lead also turned out to be short-lived. Aided by a yard pass interference penalty against Shell, Los Angeles advanced 67 yards in 10 plays to score on yard field goal from kicker Frank Corral to tie the game.
Anderson gave the Steelers great field position after returning the ensuing kickoff 38 yards to the Pittsburgh yard line, but the Steelers could not move the ball and had to punt.
The Rams were also forced to punt on their next possession after only gaining 6 yards. But on the first play of the Steelers' next drive, Los Angeles defensive back Dave Elmendorf intercepted a pass from Bradshaw and returned it 10 yards to Pittsburgh's yard line.
On the first two plays after the turnover, Ferragamo was sacked for a yard loss and threw an incomplete pass.
But he managed to overcome the situation with a yard completion to Bryant on third down and a yard completion to receiver Billy Waddy on 4th down and 8.
Ferragamo's next pass was complete to tight end Terry Nelson for a first down at the yard line, but after throwing two incompletions, Pittsburgh lineman John Banaszak sacked Ferragamo on third down.
However, Corral kicked a yard field goal to give the Rams a 13—10 halftime lead. The heavily favored Steelers trailed at the end of the half.
You guys are standing out there like statues. Anderson once again gave the Steelers great starting field position, returning the opening kickoff of the second half 37 yards to the Pittsburgh yard line.
The Steelers lulled the Rams defense by running the ball on three consecutive plays of the drive, and then Bradshaw burned them with a yard touchdown completion to Swann, who made a leaping catch at the Los Angeles 2-yard line and tumbled into the end zone to give Pittsburgh a 17—13 lead.
But they didn't hold it. After two plays of the ensuing drive, Ferragamo completed a yard pass to Waddy.
Then on the next play, Ferragamo handed the ball off to running back Lawrence McCutcheon , who started to run to the right.
The Steelers' defense came up to tackle him behind the line of scrimmage, only to watch him throw a yard touchdown pass to Ron Smith.
Corral missed the extra point attempt, but the Rams had retaken the lead, 19— The Steelers had some success advancing into Rams territory on their next two possessions, only to see the Rams intercept the ball both times.
First, Rams free safety Eddie Brown stopped the ensuing Steelers drive with an interception, lateraling to Pat Thomas to gain an additional two yards.
Then after a punt, Pittsburgh drove all the way to the Rams yard line, but Los Angeles defensive back Rod Perry intercepted a pass intended for Stallworth.
Thus, the third quarter ended with the Rams still in the lead, 19—17, seemingly in control of the game. Worse yet, Pittsburgh lost Swann to injury, when he was knocked out of the game by Pat Thomas.
Then faced with 3rd down and 8, Bradshaw took the snap, faked a handoff, and then threw a pass to Stallworth, who was running a streak pattern down the middle of the field.
Stallworth caught the ball barely beyond the outstretched hand of Perry and took it all the way to the end zone for a yard go-ahead touchdown to make the score 24—19 for the Steelers.
On the ensuing kickoff, the Rams tried a reverse, which resulted in poor field position. After an exchange of punts, the Rams mounted one final, spirited drive to regain the lead.
Ferragamo smartly moved the Rams down the field, completing 3 out of 4 passes around runs by Tyler. His yard completion to Waddy on 3rd and 13 moved the Rams to the Pittsburgh yard line with just under 6 minutes remaining.
However, on the following play, Ferragamo made his first and only mistake of the game. Despite the fact that Waddy had broken free down the right side of the field, Ferragamo had zeroed in on Ron Smith down the middle of the field, but he didn't notice Pittsburgh linebacker Jack Lambert playing behind Smith.
As Ferragamo released the ball, Lambert jumped in front of Smith and intercepted the pass with 5: Although Montana threw a combined total of 5 interceptions in their 2 games, they only gave up a combined total of 10 points and zero touchdowns in their victories over the New York Giants , 21—10, and the Chicago Bears , 23—0.
At 33—3, the combined records for the two teams coming into the game were and still are the best in Super Bowl history.
The 49ers were 17—1 and the Dolphins 16—2 including their playoff games. This was the second time a team could have been considered a home team for a Super Bowl, with Stanford just 30 miles away from San Francisco proper - Stanford is actually 15 miles closer to the city than Santa Clara , where the 49ers play home games today.
The 49ers' practice facility was located in Redwood City at the time, just five miles from Stanford Stadium. Thus, the 49ers may be considered the only team to have won the Super Bowl at home.
As a result of the television contract signed by the NFL with the three networks, this game was the first Super Bowl to be televised in the United States by ABC , as they earned their first turn at the Super Bowl, with a new alternation process started for the game.
Louis Rams , division rivals of the 49ers closed out the 30th anniversary season This Super Bowl also marked the first to have closed captioning in real time throughout the game courtesy of the National Captioning Institute previous Super Bowls only had "scoreboard information" captioned ;  with the captioning sponsored by Ford Motor Company and Kentucky Fried Chicken .
Michaels and Lampley were joined by analysts O. Simpson who would normally have been the second color commentator; when interviewed as to why Theismann would join Gifford and Meredith in the booth instead of Simpson; director Chet Forte was quoted in the January 14, edition of Broadcasting Magazine as saying that Theismann could contribute more due to having played both teams in the regular-season as well as having played in the two previous Super Bowls.
Jack Buck was the play-by-play announcer , while Hank Stram served as color commentator for the CBS ' national radio coverage.
Clips from this game can be seen in the movie Ace Ventura: A major plot point in the episode "Post Traumatic Slide Syndrome" of the television show Sliders is based on this game.
In the alternate reality, the 49ers play the Jets in the Super Bowl, which leads the main character Quinn Mallory to the conclusion that something is awry.
The pre-game festivities featured a tribute to the NFL and an appearance by various team mascots. In honor of Inauguration Day , Ronald Reagan, himself a longtime California resident and former Governor of the state from —75, became the first president to participate in a Super Bowl coin toss ceremony.
However, he did it from the White House via satellite. In addition, all the pilots were young officers symbolizing California as the land of opportunity and youth.
The halftime show was titled "World of Children's Dreams" and featured Tops In Blue , an elite performing tour ensemble consisting of members from the U.
Additional performers were recruited from USAF active, retired, and their dependents. Instead of the predicted shootout between Dan Marino and Joe Montana , the game was mostly one-sided.
The 49ers' defense only allowed 25 rushing yards and 16 Dolphins points. San Francisco also intercepted Marino twice and sacked him 4 times.
The Dolphins set a Super Bowl record for fewest rush attempts in a game 9. In the opening minutes of the game, it seemed that the game would live up to the hype.
On the opening kickoff, 49ers rookie kick returner Derrick Harmon caught the ball too close to the sidelines and stepped out of bounds at the San Francisco 6-yard line.
The 49ers managed to advance to the yard line but were forced to punt, and Dolphins defensive back Fulton Walker returned the punt 9 yards to the Miami yard line.
Then on their first play of the drive, Marino completed a yard pass to Tony Nathan. Five plays later, Miami reached the San Francisco yard line.
But on third down, 49ers cornerback Eric Wright tackled wide receiver Mark Clayton 2 yards shy of the first down. Miami had to settle for a yard field goal from Uwe von Schamann.
The Dolphins' 3—0 lead did not last long, as the 49ers stormed down the field on their next possession.
San Francisco drove 78 yards in 8 plays, culminating in a yard touchdown pass from Montana to reserve running back Carl Monroe to give them a 7—3 lead.
But Miami retook the lead on their ensuing drive. After a 5-yard rush by Nathan, the Dolphins went into a no-huddle offense , preventing the 49ers from making substitutions and keeping their run defense on the field.
Marino completed five consecutive passes, hitting Clayton for 18 yards, Mark Duper for 11, Clayton again for 13, and tight end Dan Johnson for On the next play, Marino finished the drive by hitting Johnson for a 2-yard touchdown pass, giving the Dolphins a 10—7 lead with 45 seconds left in the first quarter.
In the second quarter, the 49ers began to take control of the game. Bill Walsh switched to a 4—1—6 or dime defense to slow down Miami's passing attack, with Keena Turner as the sole linebacker.
Miami tried to run against the 4—1—6 alignment, to no avail. Safety Dwight Hicks broke up two consecutive Marino passes, and the Dolphins were forced to punt from their own yard line.
Then after taking the ball at the Miami yard line, Montana scrambled for a yard run, and then completed a yard pass to wide receiver Dwight Clark to reach the yard line.
From there, Wendell Tyler rushed for 4 yards, and then Montana threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to Roger Craig , giving the 49ers a 14—10 lead.
Miami then had to punt again on their ensuing possession, and San Francisco defensive back Dana McLemore returned the ball 28 yards to the 49ers yard line.
After advancing 15 yards with two running plays, Montana completed a pair of passes to tight end Russ Francis to move the ball 29 yards to the Miami yard line.
Craig ran for 5 yards on the next play, and then Montana ran the final 6 yards to the end zone for a touchdown, making the score 21— After the ensuing kickoff, Miami again was forced to punt after three plays, and McLemore returned Reggie Roby 's yard punt 10 yards to the 49ers yard line.
Montana was sacked for a 5-yard loss by Doug Betters on the first play of the ensuing drive, but he struck back with a yard completion to Craig and a 7-yard run over the next two plays.
On the next play, wide receiver Freddie Solomon caught a pass from Montana, took one step, and then lost the ball due to a hit from safety Lyle Blackwood.
Blackwood quickly recovered the ball and took off for the 49ers' end zone, but field judge Bob Lewis blew the play dead, ruling that Solomon's fumble was an incomplete pass.
Bill Quinby, the side judge, who was nearest to the play, did not make any call. Five plays later, Craig finished the nine-play, yard drive with his second touchdown on a 2-yard run, increasing the 49ers' lead to 28— With about two minutes left in the half, the Dolphins finally managed to get a good drive going on their next possession.
Marino completed seven out of nine passes, the last one being a yard pass to tight end Joe Rose , to reach the 49ers' yard line.
However, San Francisco's defense tightened up on the next three plays, forcing two incompletions and a completed pass for no gain, and Miami was forced to settle for von Schamann's second field goal of the game to cut their deficit to 28—13 with 12 seconds left in the half.
Then Miami caught a break as the 49ers botched the ensuing kickoff. San Francisco lineman Guy McIntyre received von Schamann's short kick and was about to down the ball, but then changed his mind at the last second and decided to return it.
This turned out to be a big mistake; McIntyre fumbled while being leveled by rookie Joe Carter, and Jim Jensen recovered the ball for Miami at the 49ers' yard line.
After that, von Schamann kicked his third field goal on the last play of the half, cutting the score to 28— Then I heard everyone yelling, 'Get up!
However, any thoughts of a Miami comeback ended early in the third quarter. On the first play of the second half, 49ers defensive end Dwaine Board tackled Nathan for a 1-yard loss.
Then after Marino threw an incompletion, Board sacked him for a 9-yard loss on third down. For the fourth time in the game, Roby had to punt, and again McLemore gave the 49ers good field position with an 8-yard punt return to San Francisco's yard line.
The 49ers then drove 43 yards and scored on kicker Ray Wersching 's yard field goal. On the Dolphins' ensuing drive, they were forced to punt again after Marino was sacked twice once by defensive lineman Manu Tuiasosopo and once by Board.
Starting on their own yard line after a 5-yard return by McLemore, Montana completed a yard pass to Tyler, followed up with a yard completion to Francis.
Three plays later, Craig scored his third touchdown on a yard reception to make the score 38— The score proved to be the last one from either team, as the defenses of both teams took over for the rest of the game — especially the 49ers' defense, who intercepted Marino twice.
The 49ers' offensive yards in the first half also tied the Raiders in Super Bowl XI for the most offensive yards in a half during a Super Bowl.
Marino finished the game with 29 out of 50 pass completions for yards, 1 touchdown, and 2 interceptions. Clayton was the top receiver of the game, with 6 receptions for 92 yards.
Walker returned 4 kickoffs for 93 yards and gained 15 yards on 2 punt returns. Nathan was the Dolphins leading rusher with 18 yards, while also catching 10 passes for 83 yards.
He was the first player ever to score 3 touchdowns in a Super Bowl, and his 2 touchdown catches also tied a Super Bowl record. Tyler led San Francisco in rushing with 65 yards, and also caught 4 passes for 70 yards.
Board recorded 2 sacks. McLemore recorded 51 punt return yards, the second most in Super Bowl history. Sports Illustrated called 49ers defensive tackle Gary Johnson the Super Bowl's "unofficial defensive MVP" after he recorded one sack, flushed Marino out of the pocket numerous times, and had four unassisted tackles.
Before this game he had won a silver medal in the shot put competition at the Summer Olympics. After the game, Lyle Blackwood criticized the referee's ruling of Freddie Solomon's fumble as an incomplete pass.
That's a point swing. Even Reggie Roby, who averaged only I was scared — scared to make a mistake. It was the worst game of my life, counting high school, college, counting everything.
I didn't throw anything I didn't have confidence in. We got in sort of a groove. Once you get going like that you gain confidence, and it carries over to the defense, and then back to the offense.
It's a snowball kind of thing. Tom Kelleher became the first official to work five Super Bowls, a record which has been tied by several officials, but never surpassed.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Don Shula Head coach: Joe Montana left and Roger Craig right were major contributions to the 49ers offense in passing and rushing, respectively.
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