Too Tall, Too Mean, Too Much Ed Jones and Harvey Martin helped Dallas defeat Minnesota in the NFC

Marshall, Joe
January 1978
Sports Illustrated;1/ 9/1978, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p14
The article reports on the victory of the Dallas Cowboys in the National Football Conference (NFC) championship against the Minnesota Vikings. It notes that the Cowboys won the NFC title for second time in three years. It cites the strong defensive performances of Ed Jones and Harvey Martin and the play designed by coach Tom Landry to deal with Viking cornerback Bobby Bryant. The highlights of the championship match are also detailed.


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