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Super Bowl XXIX (1995)



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Credited cast:
Al Michaels Al Michaels ... Himself - Play-by-Play Announcer
Frank Gifford ... Himself - Color Commentator
Dan Dierdorf Dan Dierdorf ... Himself - Color Commentator
Lynn Swann Lynn Swann ... Himself - Sideline Reporter
Lesley Visser ... Herself - Sideline Reporter
Brent Musburger ... Himself - Pregame Host / Trophy Presentation
Dick Vermeil ... Himself - Pregame Analyst
Boomer Esiason ... Himself - Pregame Analyst
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bill Arnsparger Bill Arnsparger ... Himself - San Diego Chargers Defensive Coordinator
Harris Barton Harris Barton ... Himself
Tony Bennett ... Himself
Eric Bieniemy Eric Bieniemy ... Himself
Doug Brien Doug Brien ... Himself
Stan Brock Stan Brock ... Himself
Dennis Brown Dennis Brown ... Himself


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29 January 1995 (USA) See more »

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All three Quarterbacks on the 49ers roster, Steve Young, Elvis Grbac, and Bill Musgrave, all attempted at least one pass. See more »


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Steve Young finally escapes the shadow of Joe Montana!
4 May 2007 | by blanbrnSee all my reviews

For years Steve Young had to wait in the wings to be the QB of the 49ers, because the legend Joe Montana was in front of him. Finally in 1992 Steve got his wish the full time starter! But after successful back to back seasons in 92 and 93, both times the 49ers fell short of the Super Bowl with back to back NFC Championship losses despite MVP season's from Young. Well 1994 would be the year that Young and San Francisco were clearly the leagues best. And on Super Sunday in Miami, the 49ers proved they were by far the better team over the outmatched and outclassed Chargers as Super Bowl XXIX turned out to be a runaway. From the start with 1:24 gone, a 44 yard TD pass to Jerry Rice, just showed what kind of long day the Chargers were in for. The rest of the game was really no contest as the 49ers controlled at the half with a 28-10 score. Steve Young was just brilliant throwing a Super Bowl record 6 touchdown passes on the way to a 49-26 blowout of San Diego. Well it was Young's shining moment a time for Steve to cherish, he had finally escaped the shadow of Joe you know who and got the monkey off his back!

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