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THEY SAID IT
Edited by Steve Wulf
February 08, 1988
?Steve Watson, Denver wide receiver, on why the Broncos but not their Super Bowl rivals of 1987, the Giants, made it back to the big game: "I think it comes down to the fact that they wrote more books than we did."
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February 08, 1988

They Said It

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? Steve Watson, Denver wide receiver, on why the Broncos but not their Super Bowl rivals of 1987, the Giants, made it back to the big game: "I think it comes down to the fact that they wrote more books than we did."

? Darrell Green, Washington corner-back, testifying at chapel the night before the game: "I'm willing to lose friends and to lose even football because I want to go all the way for Jesus Christ, who laid down his life, who laid down his life, for a little 5'8" midget like me."

?Clarence Vaughn, Redskins rookie safety, asked how he was reacting to the pressure of the Super Bowl: "I'm in a state of shockness."

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