NFL playoffs, 1994–95

NFL playoffs, 1994–95

The NFL playoffs following the 1994 NFL season led up to Super Bowl XXIX.NFL seeds 1990-2001
AFC 1 = Pittsburgh Steelers
AFC 1 div = Central
AFC 2 = San Diego Chargers
AFC 2 div = West
AFC 3 = Miami Dolphins
AFC 3 div = East
AFC 4 = Cleveland Browns
AFC 5 = New England Patriots
AFC 6 = Kansas City Chiefs
NFC 1 = San Francisco 49ers
NFC 1 div = West
NFC 2 = Dallas Cowboys
NFC 2 div = East
NFC 3 = Minnesota Vikings
NFC 3 div = Central
NFC 4 = Green Bay Packers
NFC 5 = Detroit Lions
NFC 6 = Chicago Bears

Wild Card playoffs

December 31, 1994

NFC: Green Bay Packers 16, Detroit Lions 12

Linescore Amfootball

"at Lambeau Field, Green Bay, Wisconsin"
*Game time: 12:30 p.m. EST/11:30 a.m. CST
*Game weather: convert|31|°F|°C, partly cloudy
*TV announcers (ABC): Brent Musburger and Dick Vermeil
*Referee: Gary Lane
*Game attendance: 58,125

The Packers defense held Lions running back Barry Sanders to -1 rushing yards, while holding Detroit to 12 points and -4 yards on the ground. Green Bay scored first when running back Dorsey Levens capped the Packers opening 76-yard drive with a 3-yard touchdown. The Packers later led 13-3 going into the fourth quarter after Packers kicker Chris Jacke made 2 field goals and Lions kicker Jason Hanson made one. In the final period, Detroit quarterback Dave Krieg threw a 3-yard pass to wide receiver Brett Perriman, cutting the deficit to 13-10. However, Jacke made a 28-yard field goal with 5:35 left to make it 16-10. The Lions reached the Green Bay 11-yard line with 2:00 to play, but Packers linebacker Bryce Paup sacked Krieg for a 6-yard loss. Then on fourth down and 14 from the 17-yard line, Detroit wide receiver Herman Moore caught Krieg's pass at the back of the end zone, but came out of bounds past the end line. Afterwards, Green Bay ran out the rest of the clock, giving up an intentional safety on the last play of the contest.

**GB - Levens 3 run (Jacke kick) GB 7-0
**GB - field goal Jacke 51 GB 10-0
**DET - field goal Hanson 38 GB 10-3
**GB - field goal Jacke 32 GB 13-3
**DET - Perriman 3 pass from Krieg (Hanson kick) GB 13-10
**GB - field goal Jacke 28 GB 16-10
**DET - Safety, Hentrich ran out of end zone GB 16-12

AFC: Miami Dolphins 27, Kansas City Chiefs 17

Linescore Amfootball

"at Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, Florida"
*Game time: 4:00 p.m. EST
*Game weather: convert|72|°F|°C, clear
*TV announcers (ABC): Al Michaels, Frank Gifford, and Dan Dierdorf
*Referee: Jerry Markbreit
*Game attendance: 67,487

After a 17-17 tie at halftime, the Dolphins forced two turnovers in the second half to stop any Chiefs scoring threat. Both teams scored on each of their first 3 possessions of the game. Kansas City quarterback Joe Montana, playing in his last NFL game before retiring, threw two touchdowns in the first half: a 1-yard completion to tight end Derrick Walker and a 57-yarder to running back Kimble Anders. Meanwhile, Kansas City kicker Lin Elliot made a 21-yard field goal. For Miami in the first half, running back Bernie Parmalee scored a 1-yard touchdown, quarterback Dan Marino threw a 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end Ronnie Williams, and kicker Pete Stoyanovich made a 40-yard field goal.

The Dolphins then took the opening kickoff of the second half and marched 64 yards to score on wide receiver Irving Fryar's 7-yard touchdown reception. Stoyanovich then kicked a 40-yard field goal to give Miami a 27-17 lead. Early in the fourth quarter, Dolphins defensive back J.B. Brown intercepted a pass from Montana at the goal line. Then with 7:31 left in the game, Dolphins defensive back Michael Stewart wrestled the ball away from Chiefs running back Marcus Allen at the Miami 34-yard line with 7:31 left to stop a second Kansas City scoring threat.

Montana finished his final postseason game with 314 passing yards and 2 touchdowns, with 1 interception.

Marino evened his post-season record vs. Montana at 1-1(Montana having won Super Bowl XIX).

**KC - D. Walker 1 pass from Montana (Elliott kick) KC 7-0
**MIA - Parmalee 1 run (Stoyanovich kick) Tie 7-7
**KC - Anders 57 pass from Montana (Elliott kick) KC 14-7
**MIA - field goal Stoyanovich 40 KC 14-10
**KC - field goal Elliott 21 KC 17-10
**MIA - R. Williams 1 pass from Marino (Stoyanovich kick) Tie 17-17
**MIA - Fryar 7 pass from Marino (Stoyanovich kick) MIA 24-17
**MIA - field goal Stoyanovich 40 MIA 27-17

January 1, 1995

AFC: Cleveland Browns 20, New England Patriots 13

Linescore Amfootball

"at Cleveland Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio"
*Game time: 12:30 p.m. EST
*Game weather: convert|38|°F|°C, cloudy
*TV announcers (NBC): Dick Enberg and Bob Trumpy
*Referee: Bernie Kukar
*Game attendance: 77,452

The Browns intercepted 3 passes from New England quarterback Drew Bledsoe and halted attempted comeback in the final minutes of the game to clinch the victory. Cleveland scored first on kicker Matt Stover's 30-yard field goal, but New England responded with Bledsoe's 5-yard touchdown pass to running back Leroy Thompson. The Browns then scored on Mark Carrier's 5-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Vinny Testaverde, but Patriots kicker Matt Bahr made a 23-yard field goal before halftime to tie the game, 10-10. In the third period, Cleveland running back Leroy Hoard scored on a 10-yard rushing touchdown. Then, Stover made a 21-yard field goal, giving the Browns a 20-10 lead with 3:36 left in the game. However, New England put together a 63-yard drive to score on Bahr's 33-yard field goal with 1:33 remaining. New England then recovered the ensuing onside kick, but after gaining a first down, Bledsoe threw 4 straight incompletions and the ball was turned back to Cleveland on downs.

**CLE - field goal Stover 30 CLE 3-0
**NE - Thompson 13 pass from Bledsoe (Bahr kick) NE 7-3
**CLE - Carrier 5 pass from Testaverde (Stover kick) CLE 10-7
**NE - field goal Bahr 23 Tie 10-10
**CLE - Hoard 10 run (Stover kick) CLE 17-10
**CLE - field goal Stover 21 CLE 20-10
**NE - field goal Bahr 33 CLE 20-13

NFC: Chicago Bears 35, Minnesota Vikings 18

Linescore Amfootball

"at Metrodome, Minneapolis, Minnesota
*Game time: 4:00 p.m. EST/3:00 p.m. CST
*Game weather: Played indoors, domed stadium
*TV announcers (FOX): Pat Summerall and John Madden
*Referee: Red Cashion
*Game attendance: 60,347

Bears quarterback Steve Walsh passed for 221 yards and two touchdowns as he led Chicago to a win. However, the Bears committed two turnovers on their first two possession, leading to Vikings kicker Fuad Reveiz's 29-yard field goal to open the scoring. But Chicago scored two unanswered touchdowns in the second quarter: running back Lewis Tillman's 1-yard run and Walsh's 9-yard completion to tight end Keith Jennings. Minnesota wide receiver Cris Carter caught a 4-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Warren Moon with 19 seconds left in the first half, cutting the score to 14-9 (the two-point conversion failed). In the third quarter, Bears running back Raymont Harris scored a 29-yard touchdown before Reveiz made a 48-yard field goal. Then in the fourth quarter, Walsh threw a 21-yard touchdown completion to wide receiver Jeff Graham. Moon later threw an 11-yard touchdown to running back Amp Lee, but Chicago defensive back Kevin Minniefield returned a fumble 48 yards for a touchdown to close out the scoring.

**MIN - field goal Reveiz 29 MIN 3-0
**CHI - Tillman 1 run (Butler kick) CHI 7-3
**CHI - K. Jennings 9 pass from Walsh (Butler kick) CHI 14-3
**MIN - C. Carter 4 pass from Moon (pass failed) CHI 14-9
**CHI - R. Harris 29 run (Butler kick) CHI 21-9
**MIN - field goal Reveiz 48 CHI 21-12
**CHI - Graham 21 pass from Walsh (Butler kick) CHI 28-12
**MIN - A. Lee 11 pass from Moon (pass failed) CHI 28-18
**CHI - Minniefield 48 fumble return (Butler kick) CHI 35-18


*AFC: Pittsburgh Steelers, San Diego Chargers
*NFC: San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys

Divisional playoffs

January 7, 1995

AFC: Pittsburgh Steelers 29, Cleveland Browns 9

Linescore Amfootball

"at Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania"
*Game time: 12:30 p.m. EST
*Game weather: convert|29|°F|°C, light snow
*TV announcers (NBC): Marv Albert and Paul Maguire
*Referee: Bob McElwee
*Game attendance: 58,185

Aided by running back Barry Foster's 133 rushing yards, the Steelers controlled the game by scoring on their first three possessions and holding the ball for 42:27. Pittsburgh jumped to a 17-0 lead by the second quarter with a 39-field goal by kicker Gary Anderson, quarterback Neil O'Donnell's 2-yard touchdown pass to tight end Eric Green, and running back John L. Williams' 26-yard touchdown run. Browns kicker Matt Stover made a 22-yard field goal to cut the lead, 17-3, but in the closing seconds of the period, Steelers defensive back Tim McKyer intercepted a pass from Cleveland quarterback Vinny Testaverde and returned it to the Browns 6-yard line. O'Donnell then completed a 9-yard touchdown to wide receiver Yancey Thigpen with 16 seconds left in the first half. In the final period, Testaverde completed a 20-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Keenan McCardell, but the Cleveland quarterback was then sacked in the end zone by Pittsburgh defensive back Carnell Lake for a safety.

**PIT - field goal Anderson 39 PIT 3-0
**PIT - E. Green 2 pass from O'Donnell (Anderson kick) PIT 10-0
**PIT - J.L. Williams 26 run (Anderson kick) PIT 17-0
**CLE - field goal Stover 22 PIT 17-3
**PIT - Thigpen 9 pass from O'Donnell (Anderson kick) PIT 24-3
**PIT - field goal Anderson 40 PIT 27-3
**CLE - McCardell 20 pass from Testaverde (pass failed) PIT 27-9
**PIT - Lake sacked Testaverde in end zone PIT 29-9

NFC: San Francisco 49ers 44, Chicago Bears 15

Linescore Amfootball

"at Candlestick Park, San Francisco"
*Game time: 4:00 p.m. EST/1:00 p.m. PST
*Game weather: convert|54|°F|°C, rain
*TV announcers (FOX): Dick Stockton and Matt Millen
*Referee: Howard Roe
*Game attendance: 64,644

The 49ers scored on 6 consecutive possession to crush the Bears, 44-15. Chicago scored first after a fumble by San Francisco tight end Brent Jones set up kicker Kevin Butler's 39-yard field goal. However, the 49ers then scored 37 unanswered points, including 23 in the second quarter. They led 30-3 at halftime. San Francisco rookie running back William Floyd scored three touchdowns from 2, 4, and 1 yard out. 49ers quarterback Steve Young threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to Jones, and ran for a 6-yard score. San Francisco kicker Doug Brien also added a 36-yard field goal. The Bears eventually scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter, but the game was already out of reach and the 49ers had already replaced their starters with their backups.

**CHI - field goal Butler 39 CHI 3-0
**SF - Floyd 2 run (Brian kick) SF 7-3
**SF - Jones 8 pass from Young (kick failed) SF 13-3
**SF - Floyd 4 run (Brian kick) SF 20-3
**SF - field goal Brian 36 SF 23-3
**SF - Young 6 run (Brien kick) SF 30-3
**SF - Floyd 1 run (Brien kick) SF 37-3
**CHI - Flanigan 2 pass from Walsh (pass failed) SF 37-9
**SF - Walker 1 run (Brien kick) SF 44-9
**CHI - Tillman 1 run (pass failed) SF 44-15

January 8, 1995

NFC: Dallas Cowboys 35, Green Bay Packers 9

Linescore Amfootball

"at Texas Stadium, Irving, Texas"
*Game time: 12:30 p.m. EST/11:30 a.m. CST
*Game weather: convert|48|°F|°C, clear
*TV announcers (FOX): Pat Summerall and John Madden
*Referee: Ed Hochuli
*Game attendance: 64,745

Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman led his team to victory by completing 23 out of 30 passes for 337 yards and 2 touchdowns. Wide receiver Alvin Harper caught 2 passes for 108 yards, including a 94 yard touchdown reception that broke the NFL playoff record for the longest play from scrimmage. Wide receiver Michael Irvin recorded 6 receptions for 111 yards. Tight end Scott Galbraith scored on a 1-yard catch and tight end Jay Novacek added 11 catches for 104 yards. Dallas running back Emmitt Smith recorded a 5-yard touchdown before leaving the game with a hamstring injury, while backup running back Blair Thomas rushed for 70 yards scored from 1 yard and 2 yards out. For the Packers, kicker Chris Jacke made a 50-yard field goal while running back Edgar Bennett scored on a 1-yard touchdown. Receiver Robert Brooks caught 8 passes for 138 yards.

**DAL - Smith 5 run (Boniol kick) DAL 7-0
**GB - field goal Jacke 50 DAL 7-3
**DAL - Harper 94 pass from Aikman (Boniol kick) DAL 14-3
**DAL - Thomas 1 run (Boniol kick) DAL 21-3
**GB - Bennett 1 run (pass failed) DAL 21-9
**DAL - Galbraith 1 pass from Aikman (Boniol kick) DAL 28-9
**DAL - Thomas 2 run (Boniol kick) DAL 35-9

AFC: San Diego Chargers 22, Miami Dolphins 21

Linescore Amfootball

:"at Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego"
*Game time: 4:00 p.m. EST/1:00 p.m. PST
*Game weather: convert|60|°F|°C, clear
*TV announcers (NBC): Dick Enberg and Bob Trumpy
*Referee: Johnny Grier
*Game attendance: 63,381

The Chargers overcame a 21-6 halftime deficit by limiting the Dolphins offense to only 16 plays in the second half. Miami quarterback Dan Marino threw 3 touchdowns in the first half: two to tight end Keith Jackson for 8 and 9 yards, and a 16-yarder to wide receiver Mike Williams. San Diego could only counter with two field goals by kicker John Carney. But in the third quarter, Chargers defensive lineman Reuben Davis tackled Dolphins running back Bernie Parmalee in the end zone for a safety. San Diego then took the ensuing free kick and marched 54 yards to score on running back Natrone Means' 24-yard touchdown. The Chargers later took the lead, 22-21, with 35 seconds left with quarterback Stan Humphries's 8-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Mark Seay. Miami kicker Pete Stoyanovich then attempted the game-winning 48-yard field goal on the final play of the game, but his kick was wide.

**MIA - K. Jackson 8 pass from Marino (Stoyanovich kick) MIA 7-0
**SD - field goal Carney 20 MIA 7-3
**MIA - K. Jackson 9 pass from Marino (Stoyanovich kick) MIA 14-3
**SD - field goal Carney 21 MIA 14-6
**MIA - M. Williams 16 pass from Marino (Stoyanovich kick) MIA 21-6
**SD - Safety, R. Davis tackled Parmalee in end zone MIA 21-8
**SD - Means 24 run (Carney kick) MIA 21-15
**SD - Seay 8 pass from Humphries (Carney kick) SD 22-21

Conference Championships

January 15, 1995

AFC: San Diego Chargers 17, Pittsburgh Steelers 13

Linescore Amfootball

"at Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania"
*Game time: 12:30 p.m. EST
*Game weather: convert|59|°F|°C, fog with heavy rain)
*TV announcers (NBC): Dick Enberg and Bob Trumpy
*Referee: Gerald Austin
*Game attendance: 61,545

The Chargers scored 14 unanswered points in the second half to upset the heavily favored Steelers. Although Pittsburgh held advantages in total plays (80–47), total offensive yards (415–226), and time of possession (37:13–22:47), it was San Diego who made the big plays. The Steelers scored first on quarterback Neil O'Donnell's 16-yard touchdown pass to Fullback John Williams. Then after the two teams exchanged field goals in the second quarter, Pittsburgh kicker Gary Anderson made a 23-yard field goal to give his team a 13-3 advantage.

Midway through the third period, Chargers quarterback Stan Humphries faked a handoff, fooling the Steelers defensive backs long enough to find tight end Alfred Pupunu wide open to complete a 43-yard touchdown. With 5:13 left in the game, Humphries threw a 43-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Tony Martin, who out-jumped defensive back Tim McKyer to make the catch and give the Chargers a 17-13 lead. Pittsburgh then marched from their own 17-yard line to the San Diego 3 to put themselves in position for a potential winning touchdown. However on fourth down, Chargers linebacker Dennis Gibson sealed the victory by tipping away O'Donnell's pass intended for running back Barry Foster. It's also worth noting that the Steelers lost for the first time during the season in which they held a led at halftime. (In 1994, the Steelers were 9-0 when leading at halftime prior to this game.)

**PIT - J.L. Williams 16 pass from O'Donnell (Anderson kick) PIT 7-0
**SD - field goal Carney 20 PIT 7-3
**PIT - field goal Anderson 39 PIT 10-3
**PIT - field goal Anderson 23 PIT 13-3
**SD - Pupunu 43 pass from Humphries (Carney kick) PIT 13-10
**SD - T. Martin 43 pass from Humphries (Carney kick) SD 17-13

NFC: San Francisco 49ers 38, Dallas Cowboys 28

Linescore Amfootball

"at Candlestick Park, San Francisco"
*Game time: 4:00 p.m. EST/1:00 p.m. PST
*Game weather: convert|50|°F|°C, partly cloudy)
*TV announcers (FOX): Pat Summerall and John Madden
*Referee: Dick Hantak
*Game attendance: 69,125

This was the third consecutive season that the Cowboys and the 49ers met in the NFC Championship Game, with Dallas winning the first two conference title games. San Francisco quarterback Steve Young still faced the pressure of "never being able to win the big ones", while Dallas quarterback Troy Aikman entered the game with a 7-0 win-loss record as a starter in the playoffs.

Although the Cowboys eventually held a 451-294 advantage in total offensive yards, the 49ers converted 3 turnovers into 3 touchdowns in the first quarter enroute to the 38-28 victory. On the third play of the game, San Francisco cornerback Eric Davis intercepted Aikman's pass and returned it 44 yards for a touchdown. Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin lost a fumble on the next Dallas possession, setting up a 29-yard touchdown pass from Young to running back Ricky Watters, who eluded several Cowboys defenders high stepping his way down the sideline en route to the goal line in spectacular showboating fashion. Dallas returner Kevin Williams then fumbled the ensuing kickoff, San Francisco kicker Doug Brien recovering the ball at the Cowboys 35-yard line, and running back William Floyd scored on a 1-yard touchdown to give his team a 21-0 lead with 7:33 left in the first quarter.

A 44-yard touchdown pass from Aikman to Irvin cut the lead 21-7 going into the second quarter. Brien then kicked a 34-yard field goal, but Dallas countered with a 4-yard rushing touchdown by running back Emmitt Smith. In the closing minutes of the first half, Aikman threw 3 straight incompletions, and a short punt by the Cowboys set up Young's 28-yard touchdown completion to All-Pro wide receiver Jerry Rice (which during the halftime show, Terry Bradshaw said it was one of the best passes he had ever seen), who made a diving catch in the back left-corner of the end zone with 8 seconds remaining in the first half.

In the third quarter, Smith scored on a 1-yard touchdown, but was countered with Young's 3-yard rushing touchdown. In the final period, Smith, who compiled 24 yards, departed with an injured hamstring, in which he had already injured before this game, it got enough wear and tear to the point he couldnt play anymore. Aikman then completed a 10-yard touchdown to Irvin in the final period, but Dallas could not score again. Although Aikman broke an NFC Championship Game record with 380 yards passing, and Irvin also broke an NFC Championship Game record with 192 receiving yards, ultimately the first quarter turnovers were too much to overcome.

**SF - Davis 44 interception return (Brien kick) SF 7-0
**SF - Watters 29 pass from Young (Brien kick) SF 14-0
**SF - Floyd 1 run (Brien kick) SF 21-0
**DAL - Irvin 44 pass from Aikman (Boniol kick) SF 21-7
**SF - field goal Brien 34 SF 24-7
**DAL - Smith 4 run (Boniol kick) SF 24-14
**SF - Rice 28 pass from Young (Brien kick) SF 31-14
**DAL - Smith 1 run (Boniol kick) SF 31-21
**SF - Young 3 run (Brien kick) SF 38-21
**DAL - Irvin 10 pass from Aikman (Boniol kick) SF 38-28

uper Bowl

San Francisco 49ers (NFC) 49, San Diego Chargers (AFC) 26, at Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, Florida


4RoundBracket-Byes | RD1=Wild Card Playoffs
RD2=Divisional Playoffs
RD3=Conference Championships
RD4=Super Bowl XXIX

RD1-team01=Kansas City

RD1-team05=New England

RD1-team10=Green Bay


RD2-team02=San Diego


RD2-team05=Green Bay

RD2-team08=San Francisco

RD3-team01=San Diego

RD3-team04=San Francisco

RD4-team01=San Diego
RD4-team02=San Francisco


*"Total Football: The Official Encyclopedia of the National Football League" (ISBN 0-06-270174-6)
*"The Sporting News Complete Super Bowl Book 1995" (ISBN 0-89204-523-X)


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