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D.C. vs. Congress: No contest in this Super Bowl
Feb 3, 2017 - The Washington Times

For obvious reasons, football analogies are endless.

So many missed opportunities by D.C. teams.

No "Hail Mary" passes.

No "diesels," a la John Riggins.

No Doug Williams or Joe Theismann.

The last time one of the city's teams was in the red zone was way back in 1978, when Congress passed a constitutional amendment that gave the owners of the other 50 teams (states) seven years to approve the play for statehood by Team D.C.

The quarterback (Walter Fauntro

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