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TSB Sim Season: Super Bowl

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It's time for the Tecmo Super Bowl, uh Super Bowl, extravaganza! Here's recap of the playoffs.

 

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San Francisco 49ers

 

Regular Season Results (13-3)

1: L – Giants 21-24 OT

2: W – Chargers 34-14

3: L – Vikings 24-27 OT

4: W – Rams 35-21

5: L – Raiders 14-21

6: Bye

7: W – Falcons 31-14

8: W – Lions 28-3

9: W – Eagles 27-9

10: W – Falcons 24-17

11: W – Saints 35-24

12: W – Cardinals 21-10

13: W – Rams 35-34

14: W – Saints 21-20

15: W – Seahawks 31-21

16: W – Chiefs 28-17

17: W – Bears 21-10

 

Offense Rankings

Total: 2nd

Pass: 2nd

Rush: 23rd

 

Defense Rankings

Total: 9th

Pass: 18th

Rush: 3rd

 

Offense

QB: Joe Montana - 150/222, 3810 Yards, 41 TD, 12 Int

RB: Roger Craig - 68 Att, 540 Yards, 2 TD

RB: Tom Rathman - 114 Att, 726 Yards, 16 TD

WR: John Taylor – 22 Rec, 510 Yards, 8 TD

WR: Jerry Rice - 75 Rec, 1955 Yards, 21 TD

TE: Brent Jones – 15 Rec, 365 Yards, 2 TD

C: Jess Sapolu

LG: Guy McIntyre

RG: Harris Barton

LT: Bubba Parris

RT: Steve Wallace

 

Reserves

QB: Steve Young

RB: Dexter Carter, Harry Sydney

WR: Mike Wilson, Mike Sherrard

TE: Jamie Williams

 

Special Teams

K: Mike Cofer – 58/59 XP, 6/10 FG

P: Barry Helton – 11 Punts, 43.1 Avg

 

Defense

RE: Kevin Fagan – 15 Sacks

NT: Michael Carter – 2 Sacks

LE: Pierce Holt – 7 Sacks

ROLB: Bill Romanowski – 1 Sack

RILB: Keith Delong

LILB: Matt Millen – 1 Sack

LOLB: Charles Haley – 13 Sacks

RCB: Don Griffin – 2 Int

LCB: Darryl Pollard

FS: Ronnie Lott – 6 Int

SS: Dave Waymer – 8 Int

 

Houston Oilers

 

Regular Season Results (10-6)

1: L – Raiders 21-30

2: W – Bengals 23-21

3: W – Chiefs 21-17

4: L – Patriots 17-35

5: Bye

6: W – Broncos 10-7

7: W – Jets 30-24 OT

8: W – Dolphins 35-14

9: W – Bengals 44-24

10: L – Redskins 24-27 OT

11: W – Cowboys 21-10

12: L – Browns 21-24

13: L – Steelers 20-28

14: W – Eagles 31-28 OT

15: W- Steelers 21-9

16: L – Browns 21-30

17: W – Giants 30-24 OT

 

Offense Rankings

Total: 3rd

Pass: 1st

Rush: 26th

 

Defense Rankings

Total: 19th

Pass: 24th

Rush: 15th

 

Offense

QB: Warren Moon – 153/226, 3959 Yards, 38 TD, 20 Int

RB: Lorenzo White – 86 Att, 620 Yards, 6 TD

WR: Ernest Givins – 45 Rec, 1191 Yards, 13 TD

WR: Haywood Jeffries – 32 Rec, 838 Yards, 7 TD

WR: Drew Hill – 31 Rec, 701 Yars, 9 TD

WR: Curtis Duncan – 43 Rec, 1176 Yards, 9 TD

C: Jay Pennison

LG: Mike Munchak

RG: Bruce Matthews

LT: Don Maggs

RT: Dean Steinkuhler

 

Reserves

QB: Cody Carlson

RB: Allen Pinkett, Victor Jones, Doug Lloyd

WR: Tony Jones, Gerald McNeil

 

Special Teams

K: Tony Zendejas – 48/50 XP, 10/13 FG

P: Greg Montgomery – 6 Punts, 47.3 Avg

 

Defense

RE: Sean Jones – 11 Sacks

NT: Doug Smith – 3 Sacks

LE: William Fuller – 11 Sacks

ROLB: Johnny Meads – 2 Sacks

RILB: Al Smith

LILB: John Grimsley – 2 Sacks

LOLB: Ray Childress – 12 Sacks

RCB: Richard Johnson – 4 Int

LCB: Chris Dishman – 3 Int

FS: Terry Kinard – 1 Int

SS: Bubba McDowell – 2 Int

 

 

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Super Bowl XXVI: San Francisco 49ers vs. Houston Oilers

 

1st Quarter

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49ers won the coin toss but would turn it over immediately as Dexter Carter fumbled the opening kickoff as the Oilers recovered on the 49ers 30 yard line. They couldn't move the ball at all though and settled for a Tony Zendejas 45 yard field goal for a 3-0 lead. 49ers moved the ball into the Oilers territory on their first possession but Mike Cofer missed a 53 yard field goal. Warren Moon would hit Ernest Givins on a 46 yard catch and run on the next play which would eventually lead to another Zendejas field goal.

 

Houston 6, San Francisco 0

 

2nd Quarter

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Mike Cofer missed another long field goal, this time 59 yards, and the Oilers looked to turn this into a rout early as they march down the field and Warren Moon takes it in himself from the 1 for a 13-0 lead. 49ers finally answered though with a quick drive that ended with a Tom Rathman 15 yard touchdown run. On the ensuing kick off Gerald McNeil is tackled in the endzone for a touchback...no wait it's Tecmo Rules so it's a safety! 49ers get the ball back and pull within a point on a Cofer field goal near the end of the half.

 

Houston 13, San Francisco 12

 

Halftime

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Best. Halftime Show. Ever.

 

3rd Quarter

 

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Oilers offense scuffles in the quarter as they fail to pick up a first down. After a long run by Rathman, Jerry Rice begins to make his presence felt as he catches 19 yard touchdown pass from Joe Montana to give the 49ers their first lead of the game.

 

San Francisco 19, Houston 13

 

4th Quarter

 

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Oilers retake the lead on their next possession in part to a 29 yard Moon run and then Hill makes a leaping 39 yard touchdown grab. It's the 4th quarter though, and it's the Super Bowl, so you knew Montana would march the 49ers right back and it wasn't without drama. Oilers stuff Rathman on 3rd and Goal at the 1 but on the 4th and Goal Rathman scores the go ahead touchdown. Oilers still had enough time to comeback but they would lose 18 yards on three plays and then on 4th and 28 the great Tecmo computer logic shows up as they run the ball. It did catch the 49ers off guard as Lorenzo White rumbled for 13 yards but well short of the first down. As the 49ers tried to run out the clock Rathman fumbled on the Oilers 30 but it went out of bounds. The next play Rathman would take it the distance for his third touchdown of the game, wrapping up the Super Bowl MVP honors and a third Super Bowl title in four years for the 49ers. The 49ers ended the season on a 14 game winning streak.

 

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Yes, touchbacks were added on the 16-bit version that came out in '93.

 

Aww at least the Oilers didn't blow it against the Bills this time around.

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