NFL 1972 Super Bowl VII Miami Dolphins Championship Ring
Stones: AAA Grade CZ
Prong Set (not Glued)
3D letter on the ring
Finish: 18K gold Plated
Weight: 46g solid, 220g with package
Packing: wooden gift box
Super Bowl VII Story:
Super Bowl VII was an American football game between the American Football Conference (AFC) champion Miami Dolphins and the National Football Conference (NFC) champion Washington Redskins to decide the National Football League (NFL) champion for the 1972 season. The Dolphins defeated the Redskins by the score of 14–7, and became the first and still the only team in NFL history to complete a perfect undefeated season. The game was played on January 14, 1973, at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California, the second time the Super Bowl was played in that city.
This was the Dolphins' second Super Bowl appearance after losing Super Bowl VI. They posted an undefeated 14-0 regular season record before defeating the Cleveland Browns and the Pittsburgh Steelers in the playoffs. The Redskins were making their first Super Bowl appearance after posting an 11-3 regular season record and playoff victories over the Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys. Despite being undefeated, the Dolphins were actually 1 point underdogs, largely based on the weakness of their regular season schedule.
Super Bowl VII was largely dominated by the Dolphins, and remains the lowest-scoring Super Bowl to date with a total of only 21 points (3 touchdown and 3 extra points). The only drama was during the final minutes of the game, in what was later known as "Garo's Gaffe". Miami attempted to cap off their 17-0 perfect season with a 17-0 perfect score shutout with a 41-yard field goal by Garo Yepremian, but instead the game and the season was jeopardized when his kick was blocked. Instead of falling on the loose ball, the Dolphins kicker picked it up, attempted a forward pass, but batted it in the air, and Redskins' cornerback Mike Bass caught it and returned it 49 yards for a touchdown. This game also remains as the longest period in a Super Bowl for one team to be shut out, as Washington was held scoreless until 2:07 remained in the fourth quarter.[note 1]
Dolphins safety Jake Scott was named Most Valuable Player. He recorded two interceptions for 63 return yards, including a 55-yard return from the end zone during the 4th quarter. Scott became the second defensive player in Super Bowl history (after linebacker Chuck Howley in Super Bowl V) to earn a Super Bowl MVP.
Location: City of Los Angeles, California big Memorial Stadium
Time: January 14, 1973
Scene attendance: 90,182
Most Valuable Player (MVP): Miami team defender Jack Scott (Jake Scott)
Miami Dolphins defeated the Washington Redskins to 14-7, becoming the only NFL league history to create the "perfect season" team.
This score persuasive description of Miami known as the "unnamed defense team in the end is how to control the game. In the whole game, they only allow the Redskins to cross midfield region twice only. But the last two minutes of the seventh game of the Super Bowl is the most memorable, when the Redskins cornerback Mike Bass, Mike Bass, grab a Miami team player Garo leaves Purui Man (the Garo Yepremian) off the ball, he hastened back to kick 49 yards from the touchdown ball, but in the end, Miami won the victory.
Miami team defender Jack Scott was named most valuable player. "His two interceptions a total distance of 63 yards achievement set a Super Bowl record, including the end zone interception in the fourth quarter from a distance of 55 yards of the ball. Jack Scott is the second Super Bowl history to win the title of "Most Valuable Player, Defensive Player of the.
The intermission show the theme of "happiness", a guest performer with the University of Chicago Orchestra and Woody Herman (Woody Herman).