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Credited cast:
Al Michaels ...
Himself - Play-by-Play Announcer
Himself - Color Commentator
Dan Dierdorf ...
Himself - Color Commentator
Jack Whitaker ...
Himself - Sideline Reporter / Trophy Presentation
Jim Hill ...
Himself - Sideline Reporter
Becky Dixon ...
Herself - Sideline Reporter
Keith Jackson ...
Himself - Studio Host / Trophy Presentation
Lynn Swann ...
Himself - Studio Analyst
Mike Adamle ...
Himself - Studio Analyst
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Himself - National Anthem Performer
Keith Bishop ...
Himself - Denver Broncos Left Guard
Jeff Bostic ...
Himself - Washington Redskins Center
Todd Bowles ...
Himself - Washington Redskins Right Cornerback
Tyrone Braxton ...
Himself - Denver Broncos Defensive Back
Michael Brooks ...
Himself - Denver Broncos Linebacker


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Release Date:

31 January 1988 (USA)  »

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Doug Williams, despite being hurt in the second quarter, completed 18 of 29 passes for 340 yards and 4 touchdowns with 1 interception. Williams became both the first black quarterback to start a super bowl, but also to win one, and be named the Super Bowl MVP. See more »


Followed by Super Bowl XXIII (1989) See more »

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More tears for Denver. A warpath rout.
27 January 2007 | by (Petersburg, Virginia) – See all my reviews

Super Bowl XXII was a tale of a great first quarter for Denver then a nightmare for the following three quarters. I remember watching this as a kid when John Elway jumped his team out to a 10-0 lead only to later fall apart and get crushed by the Redskins. I must say not being a Denver fan, being a young kid I pulled for Denver to win, because I respected Elway's talent and I felt he should have won a Super Bowl on this day after starting with a 10-0 advantage. The win was not to be it shows you how things change quickly especially in big games, this would bring tears to my eyes just like it did the city of Denver! When the 2nd quarter began the rout started Doug Williams came alive driving the Skins offense to 5 2nd quarter touchdowns, and Washington would benefit from one season wonder RB Timmy Smith who rushed for 204 yards. The final Washington 42 Denver 10, a sad day and one of the biggest blowout super bowls in history, I cried for John Elway.

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