Listen: Bengals, Stanford Jennings, John Elway discussed on KNBR Tonight with Drew Hoffar & Kevin Frandsen
"Hundred and forty four yards and one interception. No touchdowns. Achey woods. Remember, the achey? Shuffle twenty carries seventy nine yards. Also remember from this game. Dave Jenks, Tim, krumrie breaking his leg. Remember that? One of the one of the worst injuries you'll ever see in your life, Stanford Jennings. Returned to kick for a touchdown in that game. You get the Bengals back in it for Tim krumrie, hardcore, man. Let's go turn on your mic there. But you gotta turn it on put. There you go. Hey, sorry. Wrong day sitting over there. Yeah. Wrong button on off. I. They make it real too complicated. These damn millennial. Yeah. That thing that was that was brutal. I mean that thing was just brutal. That was one of the first like real snaps. I'd ever seen like that on TV. Yeah. No doubt about that. That game was actually tied six six in the third quarter, Stanford Jennings. Takes a ninety three yard kickoff back after a co for Fugler actually, Mike cofer was one of the honorary captains last year. I got to talk to co for about this game. Then Jerry Rice catches touchdown to tie the game at thirteen Jim breach kicks a forty yarder with three twenty left to put the Bengals back in front. And then it was ninety two yards on eleven plays. Thirty four seconds left. Bought a boom Bata being Montana Taylor. Drive home safely. Yes. Cincinnati had to settle for a field goal because guy went to high school with was called for holding on the play. So they had a called back and they had to settle for a field goal on that. They still Rippin the well, they don't really because he's six eight three hundred pounds. Yeah. But yeah, that's one hell of a way to go out. Right. No doubt. All right. Number two on my list Super Bowl, thirty two. John Elway finally getting over the hump member. I watched this is at a house party and Chico. We had a couple of kegs out front is one of the most fun days ever. And. This was fifteen years of NFC dominance. And everybody's like oh the Packers. They won the Super Bowl last year. They're going to do it again. No way, the Broncos get it done. And John Elway said you know,."