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  1. joe

    It was the 1981-82 NFC Championshiip Game played at Candlestick Park in San Francisco. The winner would play the Cincinnati Bengals of the AFC in Super Bowl XVI in Pontiac, Michigan. The Cowboys were winning 27-21 with 58 seconds left when Clark made the catch. What people don't remember is that the Cowboys got the ball back with plenty of time left for a game-winning field goal. Plus they had Rafael Septien, who was one of the best kickers in the league. Anyway, Cowboys quarterback Danny White completed a pass to wide receiver Drew Pearson, who had a reputation for making clutch catches (remember the first "Hail Mary" touchdown?). It appeared that Pearson was off to the races, but San Francisco's Eric Wright yanked him down near midfield. And, as they say, the rest is history... Final score: San Francisco 28, Dallas 27. Ask any of the Dallas players about the game, and they'll tell you Joe was trying to throw the ball away under pressure.
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    Fortunately, the Cowboys defensive back who was posterized because of Joe and Dwight's touchdown connection was a Pro Football Hall of Fame nominee this year. Everson Walls is the only player in NFL history to lead the league in interceptions three different times. He also won a Super Bowl as a member of Bill Parcells' New York Giants in 1991.
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    Hey, I'm a Dallas Cowboys fan, so I really don't need a refresher course on "The Catch." You have to give Joe credit for executing the entire drive -- whether he was trying to throw the ball away or not. By the way, Joe never lost a Super Bowl game in four appearances -- and he never threw an interception in any of them.
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