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Super Bowl XVIII (1984) Online

Super Bowl XVIII (1984) Online
Original Title :
Super Bowl XVIII
Genre :
Creative Work / Sport
Year :
1984
Directror :
Sandy Grossman
Cast :
Marcus Allen,Lyle Alzado,Chris Bahr
Type :
Creative Work
Rating :
7.4/10
Super Bowl XVIII (1984) Online

Super Bowl XVIII is an American football game played between two NFL (National Football League) teams. Super Bowl XVIII features the 1983 AFC (American Football Conference) Champion Los Angeles Raiders against the 1983 NFC (National Football Conference) Champion Washington Redskins. The winner of the Super Bowl is awarded the Lombardi Trophy. {locallinks-homepage}
Credited cast:
Marcus Allen Marcus Allen - Himself - Los Angeles Raiders Running Back
Lyle Alzado Lyle Alzado - Himself - Los Angeles Raiders Right Defensive End
Chris Bahr Chris Bahr - Himself - Los Angeles Raiders Placekicker
Malcolm Barnwell Malcolm Barnwell - Himself - Los Angeles Raiders Wide Receiver
Gene Barth Gene Barth - Himself - Referee
Jeff Bostic Jeff Bostic - Himself - Washington Redskins Center
Clifford Branch Clifford Branch - Himself - Los Angeles Raiders Wide Receiver
Charlie Brown Charlie Brown - Himself - Washington Redskins Wide Receiver
Dave Butz Dave Butz - Himself - Washington Redskins Left Defensive Tackle
Todd Christensen Todd Christensen - Himself - Los Angeles Raiders Tight End
Ken Coffey Ken Coffey - Himself - Washington Redskins Strong Safety
Monte Coleman Monte Coleman - Himself - Washington Redskins Linebacker
Dave Dalby Dave Dalby - Himself - Los Angeles Raiders Center
Bruce Davis Bruce Davis - Himself - Los Angeles Raiders Left Tackle
Mike Davis Mike Davis - Himself - Los Angeles Raiders Strong Safety

Marcus Allen was the MVP of Super Bowl XVII, his 191 rushing yards helped propel the Raiders to a 38-9 victory over the favored Washington Redskins

This would be the last time an AFC team won the Super Bowl; for the NFC would win next thirteen Super Bowls. The streak ended in Super Bowl XXXII, when the Denver Broncos defeated Green Bay Packers 31-24.