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The 1994-1995 San Diego Chargers: Bolting Down Memory Lane

Published by on May 10, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

As Tony Martin streaked through the field in Husky Stadium towards the end zone, his place in history was secured. Little did he know, his team would finish the season making history of their own.

A silky pass from QB Stan Humphries to WR Martin resulted in a 99-yard touchdown that helped the Chargers defeat the Seattle Seahawks that September afternoon in 1994. The touchdown tied a record for the longest pass play in NFL history.

That Charger team would start the season by winning their first six games and eventually end it 11-5, earning the franchise's first and—so far—only, Super Bowl appearance.

Solid—albeit not spectacular—on both offense and defense, the '94 Chargers were the ...

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