CBS Sports: NFL 1986-Week 14-New York Giants @ Washington Redskins: Pat Summerall Intro

1986 Week 14 Giants at Redskins part 1

Source:NFL on CBS– The Giants and Redskins: Week 14 1986 at RFK Stadium. 

Source:Real Life Journal

“In a battle of two 11-2 teams the Giants beat the Skins 24-14 on their way to winning the NFC East and ultimately Super Bowl XXI.”

From NFL on CBS

One of the classic games in the great Giants-Redskins rivalry with the Giants winning at RFK 24-14. Breaking a trend in the rivalry where both teams would win at home every year. As well as the Giants sweeping the series. But the 1986 Giants were special and accomplished things they hadn’t accomplished in while like winning an NFL Championship for the first time since 1956. As well as sweeping the Redskins and beating the Redskins in Washington. And beating the Redskins in the NFC Final in a 17-0 shutout.

But this post is really about the Pat Summerall intro: he was the master at that and is no secret why he was the number one play-by-play NFL announcer at CBS Sports for what twenty-years. Because of his voice, his delivery and his simple great knowledge of not just the NFL, because he played himself, but because of his knowledge of the New York Giants, Redskins and NFC East more broadly, because he and John Madden did so many NFC East games together. Because they were the number one NFC broadcast team at CBS Sports and the NFC East was a great division back then.

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