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1970 Conference Championships

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In a pair of conference championship games that were both decided by a touchdown, the Colts beat the Raiders and the Cowboys beat the 'Niners to advance to Super Bowl V.

 
CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Baltimore Colts 27 Oakland Raiders 17
Dallas Cowboys 17 San Francisco 49ers 10
1970 RESULTS
 

January 3, 1971

Quarter 1 2 3 4 Tot
Raiders 0 3 7 7 17
Colts 3 7 10 7 24

AFC: Baltimore Colts 24, Oakland Raiders 17

at Memorial Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland

The Colts won the game in the fourth quarter when their defense intercepted Raiders backup quarterback George Blanda twice, and when quarterback Johnny Unitas threw a 68-yard touchdown.

  • Scoring
    • BAL - FG O'Brien 16
    • BAL - Bulaich 2 run (O'Brien kick)
    • OAK - FG Blanda 48
    • OAK - Biletnikoff 38 pass from Blanda (Blanda kick)
    • BAL - FG O'Brien 23
    • BAL - Bulaich 11 run (O'Brien kick)
    • OAK - Wells 15 pass from Blanda (Blanda kick)
    • BAL - Perkins 68 pass from Unitas (O'Brien kick)


Quarter 1 2 3 4 Tot
Cowboys 0 3 14 0 17
49ers 3 0 7 0 10

NFC: Dallas Cowboys 17, San Francisco 49ers 10

at Kezar Stadium, San Francisco

Rookie halfback Duane Thomas led the Cowboys to a victory with 143 rushing yards

  • Scoring
    • SF - FG Gossett 16
    • DAL - FG Clark 21
    • DAL - Thomas 13 run (Clark kick)
    • DAL - Garrison 15 pass from Morton (Clark kick)
    • SF - Witcher 26 pass from Brodie (Gossett kick)
 

 

1970 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS


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