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Protecting a 13-point lead late in the third quarter, San Francisco makes a goal line stand. Cincinnati back Pete Johnson (46) is stopped three times, and Charles Alexander is stopped inches shy of the line on a punishing hit by linebacker Dan Bunz.
Needing about a foot on fourth down early in the fourth quarter, the Skins' John Riggins goes for 43 of his 166 yards, breaking a tackle in the secondary to give Washington the lead for good, 20--17, and secure his game MVP trophy.