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Credited cast:
Carlton Bailey ...
Himself - Buffalo Bills Right Inside Linebacker
Howard Ballard ...
Himself - Buffalo Bills Right Tackle
Don Beebe ...
Himself - Buffalo Bills Wide Receiver
Cornelius Bennett ...
Himself - Buffalo Bills Left Outside Linebacker
Ray Bentley ...
Himself - Buffalo Bills Linebacker
Himself - Halftime Show Performer
Herself - Halftime Show Performer
Jeff Bostic ...
Himself - Washington Redskins Center
Earnest Byner ...
Himself - Washington Redskins Running Back
Ravin Caldwell ...
Himself - Washington Redskins Linebacker
Gary Clark ...
Himself - Washington Redskins Wide Receiver
Monte Coleman ...
Himself - Washington Redskins Linebacker
Andre Collins ...
Himself - Washington Redskins Right Linebacker
Shane Conlan ...
Himself - Buffalo Bills Left Inside Linebacker
Himself - National Anthem Performer


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26 January 1992 (USA)  »

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Mark Rypien remains the only quarterback not born in the United States to start in the Super Bowl. See more »


Follows Super Bowl IV (1970) See more »

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Mostly dull. A warpath and stampede of the Bills.
17 February 2007 | by (Petersburg, Virginia) – See all my reviews

Super Bowl XXVI played at the dome in Minnesota, was a game that really had no drama at all and was really one-sided and hardly entertaining. From the get go the Redskins were the dominant team controlling the lines and jumping to a 17-0 halftime lead. As the defense of Washington was great applying the pressure to Jim Kelly and sacking him 5 times, and holding Thurman Thomas to well below his average rushing output. And Mark Rypien turned out to be the game MVP with two touchdown passes and nearly 200 yards throwing a mistake free game. Really not much to say but that the Redskins just really put it on the Bills. Again the Skins had won another Super Bowl, a good tribute to a likable legend Joe Gibbs.

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