Redskins | Pair of Plays Define Dysonís Career
Gary Fitzgerald, of Redskins.com, reports Washington Redskins WR Kevin Dyson believes his career will be defined by two distinct moments. The first play was the "Music City Miracle" when Dyson, then playing for the Tennessee Titans, caught a lateral on a kickoff return and raced down the sideline for a game-winning touchdown in a 1999 Wild Card playoff game against the Buffalo Bills. A few weeks later the second play occurred when, with a handful of seconds left in Super Bowl XXXIII, Dyson was stopped one yard short of the goal line on the last play of the game. The stop secured the St. Louis Rams' 23-16 win. "(Those plays are) something that's going to live forever," Dyson said. "Obviously I haven't had a storybook career like Jerry Rice, but my name will go down in history just because I'll never be forgotten from those two plays."
2005-07-06 21:24:41 | Source:
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