• Bengals' top plays: John Taylor's catch

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Jul 8, 2014
    The catch was Taylor’s first of the game. That brings us to Joe Montana and John Taylor. The others are Corey Dillon's 41-yard touchdown run that broke the single-game rushing record and the San Francisco 49ers John Taylor's game-winning touchdown catch to beat the Bengals in Super Bowl XXIII. It was a catch that effectively ended the game and gave the 49ers their third Lombardi Trophy under former Bengals assistant, coach Bill Walsh. The 49ers’ chances of winning their third Super Bowl in three attempts in the 1980s appeared to be a long shot, as the Bengals were on the doorstep of a stunner because of great defense. It was the first time a quarterback drove his team the length of the field for the winning touchdown in the final minute of a Super Bowl.
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    • Chiefs’ top plays: Taylor down the sideline

      This is one of three nominations for the most memorable play in Kansas City Chiefs history. Previously we featured 65 Toss Power Trap in Super Bowl IV, and next we'll look at Joe Montana’s touchdown pass to Willie Davis in the final seconds that lifted …
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  • 49ers' top plays: Montana to Taylor

    This is one of three nominations for the most memorable play in San Francisco 49ers history. Yesterday, we covered "The Catch," and tomorrow, we will feature "The Catch II." Please vote for your choice as the 49ers’ most memorable pl…
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