1995 Super Bowl XXX Dallas Cowboys Larry Brown Championship Ring

1995 Super Bowl XXX Dallas Cowboys Larry Brown Championship Ring
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  • Model: Super Bowl XXX Rings
  • Shipping Weight: 65lbs
  • 12 Units in Stock


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Location: Arizona, Tempe, Sun Magic (Sun Devil) stadium Time: January 28, 1996 Number of the scene the audience: 76,347 Most Valuable Player (MVP): Dallas Cowboys cornerback Larry Brown (Larry Brown) Cornerback Larry Brown (Larry Brown), two interceptions to help the Cowboys scored 14 points in the second half, making the team to a 27-17 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers won their third, which in the past four seasons Super Bowl, their fifth win the Super Bowl. Brown's interception thwarted the hope that the Steelers recovered the score, so that he can win the Most Valuable Player, and walked away with the Pete Rozelle Pete Rozelle, the trophy. Pittsburgh team limit the Cowboys' powerful running, so that the opponents to only 56 yards rushing distance, and Section II in total yardage 201-61 absolute advantage over the Steelers, but they do not overcome by the Aotangnaier (O'Donnell,) three passes were intercepted losses caused by (another from the game last attack). Ironically, Aotangnaier the NFL in pass cut-off rate of the lowest player. Finally, Aotangnaier 49 passes completed 28 times, a total distance of 239 yards. Morris, 19 rushing once had up to 73 yards away from success. In Dallas, Aikman (Aikman on) 23 times passes completed 15 times, a total distance of 209 yards. The Cowboys' victory was the NFC team in the first Super Bowl 12 victory over AFC teams. The intermission show invited Diana Ross (Diana Ross) to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Super Bowl, especially the performance of pyrotechnics and stadium puzzle (Stadium card stunt, a stadium entertainment, spectator wearing the same clothing in accordance with command lift the hands of the brand to form the different letters and patterns).