Originally Posted by kojak_DD
O'dennel lost that game with them horrible passes. I thought he was actually throwing them passes to Brown. Maybe he had the "Mcnabb Syndrome" in clutch time.
O'Donnel wasn't the soul reason Pittsburgh lost that game.
When were the Steelers ever in the lead during that game? They weren't.
Granted, Dallas didn't take advantage of all of their opportunities either, but they were still dominating in the first half.
When Switzer arrived, Dallas had a horrible reputation of "Letting off on the throttle." That is what happened in Super Bowl XXX.
Dallas let Pittsburgh restore their hope - which ended up in the Cowboys having a rough time of it in the second half.
In Super Bowl XIV, Pittsburgh had a rough time with the Rams. Yet, what did narrator John Facenda say in their highlight video?
"Great teams aren't great all the time, they are only great when they have to be."
Don't you think that should apply to the 1995 Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl XXX?
I do remember the Cowboys stuffing Pittsburgh on a 4th and 1 in the 2nd half as well. Was that O'Donnel's fault too?
Pittsburgh was not as close to beating Dallas in Super Bowl XXX as Dallas was to beating Pittsburgh in Super Bowls X and XIII.
At least the Cowboys had a lead.
DID YOU KNOW:
That on all five of the Cowboys Super Bowl wins, the opponent never scored a touchdown in the end zone marked "COWBOYS."
In all three of Dallas' Super Bowl losses, the opponent did score a touchdown in the end zone marked "COWBOYS."