Top Performers in Conference Championships
Kerry Collins threw five TD passes against the Minnesota Vikings in the 2000 NFC Championship.
Cornerback Ty Law intercepted three passes against the Indianapolis Colts in the 2003 AFC Championship game with the New England Patriots.
Matt Bahr tied an NFL playoff record when he kicked five field goals in the 1990 NFC Championship verses the San Francisco 49ers.
Tight End Shannon Sharpe was on the receiving end of the record-setting play.
Trent Dilfer set an NFL playoff record when he completed a 96-yard pass in the 2000 AFC Championship against the Oakland Raiders.
Running back Terrell Davis rushed for 167 yards in the Denver Broncos’ 23-10 win over the New York Jets in the 1998 AFC Championship Game.
Kenneth Davis scored 3 TDs to help the Bills to a 51-3 win over the Raiders in the 1990 AFC Championship Game.
Dan Marino threw for 421 yards and 4 TDs in the Dolphins’ 45-28 victory over the Steelers in 1984.
Paul Warfield’s 75-yard TD pass from Bob Griese is all the Dolphins needed in the 1971 AFC Championship Game. Miami beat the Baltimore Colts, 21-0.
Cowboys' RB Emmitt Smith rushed for 150 yards and 3 TDs as Dallas beat Green Bay, 38-27 in the 1995 NFC Championship Game.
Eagles' RB Wilbert Montgomery ran for 194 yards to lead the Philadelphia Eagles past the Dallas Cowboys in the ’80 NFC title game and earned the team’s first Super Bowl berth.
Hall of Fame receiver Charley Taylor had 7 catches for 146 yards and 2 TDs as Washington beat Dallas, 26-3, in the 1972 NFC Championship Game.
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