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Clint Longley, Dallas Cowboys rookie quarterback, holds two of the local newspapers proclaiming his outstanding play in the Cowboys 24-23 victory over the Washington Redskins on Thursday, shown in Dallas, Texas on Nov. 29, 1974. Longley came in the third quarter after Roger Staubach was injured and guided the team from a 16-3 deficit to a last second victory with a 50-yard touchdown pass. (AP Photo/Harold Waters)
Photo by: Harold Waters
Clint Longley, Dallas Cowboys rookie quarterback, holds two of the local newspapers proclaiming his outstanding play in the Cowboys 24-23 victory over the Washington Redskins on Thursday, shown in Dallas, Texas on Nov. 29, 1974. Longley came in the third quarter after Roger Staubach was injured and guided the team from a 16-3 deficit to a last second victory with a 50-yard touchdown pass. (AP Photo/Harold Waters)

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