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Was the Music City Miracle an illegal forward pass?

Was the Music City Miracle an illegal forward pass?

Because that second position was up field from the point where the line judge had positioned himself when Wycheck had thrown the ball, the line judge’s hand signaled during the play that the pass was indeed a lateral and not an illegal forward pass.

What was the Music City Miracle in football?

Music City Miracle

Buffalo Bills Tennessee Titans (11-5) (13–3) 16 22 Head coach: Wade Phillips Head coach: Jeff Fisher
1 2 3 4 Total Buffalo Bills 0 0 7 9 7 Tennessee Titans 0 12 0 10 0
Date January 8, 2000
Stadium Adelphia Coliseum
Location Nashville, Tennessee

Who was part of the Music City Miracle?

On January 8, 2000, the Tennessee Titans had an amazing special teams play in which tight end Frank Wycheck threw the ball across the field to receiver Kevin Dyson on a kickoff return, and Dyson ran the ball 75 yards for a touchdown.

Was homerun throwback a forward pass?

The play was reviewed by replay where it was confirmed to be a lateral and not a forward pass. The homerun throwback, later dubbed the “Music City Miracle”, handed Buffalo it’s last playoff loss to date.

Has the Tennessee Titans won a Superbowl?

The Titans have yet to win a Super Bowl, falling short in their only appearance in Super Bowl XXXIV, although the team does have two championships from its early years in the AFL. For complete team history, see History of the Tennessee Titans.

Has the Tennessee Titans won a Super Bowl?

What is the largest blown lead in NFL history?

San Francisco 49ers 55 – 10 win over Denver Broncos during Super Bowl XXIV on January 28, 1990. 45 point difference. Washington Redskins 51 – 7 win over Los Angeles Rams NFC Divisional football game Sunday, Jan. 2, 1984 in Washington.

What is the biggest lead blown in NFL?

The Comeback or The Choke was an NFL playoff game between the Buffalo Bills and the Houston Oilers, played on January 3, 1993, at Rich Stadium in Orchard Park, New York. It featured the Bills recovering from a 32-point deficit to win in overtime, 41–38.

Did Doug Flutie ever play for the USFL?

He spent the 1985 season on the Rams’ developmental squad and played in 15 games in the USFL before his NFL rights were traded from Los Angeles to Chicago midway through the 1986 season. Flutie signed with the Bears on Oct. 21, 1986 and played in five games with Chicago before being traded to the Patriots on Oct.