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NFL America's Game: 1972 Dolphins (Super Bowl Vii) DVD
NFL America's Game: 1972 Dolphins (Super Bowl Vii)

NFL America's Game: 1972 Dolphins (Super Bowl Vii)

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The team wasn't especially big, quick, or flashy. It rarely blew away opponents. It's best player was a fullback, it's defense was anonymous, and it played without it's Pro Bowl quarterback for most of the year. Still, the 1972 Miami Dolphins are the only team to finish a season undefeated 17-0, to be exact in National Football League history. Fresh off a Super Bowl loss the season prior, Miami played like a team determined to win a championship, racking up 14 straight regular season wins. The Dolphins offense relied heavily on their ground game, running the ball 613 times and boasting the first pair of 1,000-yard runners in Larry Csonka and Mercury Morris. On the other side of the ball, the No Name Defense was no less dominant, giving up the fewest points in the league. Then, in the postseason, Miami enjoyed the return of quarterback Bob Griese, who was sidelined most of the season due to leg and ankle injuries. In Super Bowl VII, Griese threw a 28-yard touchdown pass to Howard Twilley for the games first score before a few scares by George Allen's Redskins threatened the Dolphins bid for an unbeaten year. Join NFL Films as they retell the saga of the 72 Dolphins, the only club to play a perfect season in the NFL. Americas Game uses exclusive interviews from Csonka, Don Shula and Manny Fernandez to reminisce about Miami's run to 17-0.
Title: NFL America's Game: 1972 Dolphins (Super Bowl Vii)
Genre: Sports
Theme: NFL
Studio: Cinedigm Mod
Attributes: Manufactured on Demand, NTSC Format
Release Date: 1/13/2016
Product Type: DVD
UPC: 883476080246
Item #: 1565981X

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