1994 AFC Championship: Junior Seau & Chargers take on Mighty Steelers | NFL Full Game



In honor of Free Game Friday the NFL Presents the 1994 AFC Championship: the San Diego Chargers versus the Pittsburgh Steelers.

9:40 Steelers Covert 4th-and-2

12:11 Neil O’Donnell 16-yard TD Pass to Williams

26:56 Barry Foster Fumbles, Chargers Recover

29:53 B. Buckner Sacks Stan Humphries on 3rd Down

47:01 John Carney 20-yard Field Goal

55:48 Gary Anderson 39-yard Field Goal

59:17 Rod Woodson Interception

1:01:07 O’Donnell 33-yard Pass to Green

1:06:47 Gary Anderson 23-yard Field Goal

1:10:41 Humphries 43-yard TD Pass to A. Pupunu

1:34:51 Start of Chargers Big Drive

1:39:37 Humphries to Martin for 43-yard TD on 3rd and 14

1:42:23 Start of Steelers Final Drive

1:47:07 Start of Chargers Goal-to-go Stand

1:49:04 Chargers Stop Steelers on 4th Down

In the Chargers only two previous AFC Championship Games before 1994 they lost both. However, in the Steel City their fortune changed as they defeated the Steelers in a tough and physical battle that was highlighted by a game-winning goal line stand. The win sent San Diego to its first ever Super Bowl appearance.

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44 thoughts on “1994 AFC Championship: Junior Seau & Chargers take on Mighty Steelers | NFL Full Game

  1. 9:40 Steelers Covert 4th and two

    12:11 Neil O’Donnell 16-yard TD Pass to Williams

    26:56 Barry Foster Fumbles, Chargers Recover

    29:53 B. Buckner Sacks Stan Humphries on 3rd Down

    47:01 John Carney 20-yard Field Goal

    55:48 Gary Anderson 39-yard Field Goal

    59:17 Rod Woodson Interception

    1:01:07 O’Donnell 33-yard Pass to Green

    1:06:47 Gary Anderson 23-yard Field Goal

    1:10:41 Humphries 43-yard TD Pass to A. Pupunu

    1:34:51 Start of Chargers Big Drive

    1:39:37 Humphries to Martin for 43-yard TD on 3rd and 14

    1:42:23 Start of Steelers Final Drive

    1:47:07 Start of Chargers Goal-to-go Stand

    1:49:04 Chargers Stop Steelers on 4th Down

  2. If PITT actually had a decent QB in 94 and 95, they may have had a chance to win BOTH those years. Odonnell sucked.

  3. Steelers should have ran a draw to Foster they never would have stopped him. As a Steelers fan I'm still mad at this game!!?

  4. I don’t know and will never know how the Chargers won. There is no possible way the Steelers, 49ers, And Cowboys, the best teams in Super Bowl Era, are there, and only one gets the Super Bowl, to play the unheard of San Diego Chargers

  5. I'm a Steelers fan but I was surprised when Bill Cowher got in the Hall of Fame when he blew this game for Steelers.

  6. The Steelers didn’t look so “mighty” here. The NFC was the real power in those days. The 49ers destroyed San Diego in the Super Bowl and almost certainly would have done the same thing to Pittsburgh. The Steelers had their shot the next year and couldn’t get past a fading Dallas team that was on it’s last legs as the NFL’s finest team.
    Even though the Steelers have added two Lombardi trophies to their collection, the glory days of the great franchise are long gone. The Men of Steel ruled during football’s greatest decade when they had to contend with three other great franchises. Miami, with three consecutive trips to the Super Bowl and wins in two of them. The undefeated Dolphins of 1972 were the most famous but the ‘73 team that destroyed Minnesota 24-7 in Super Bowl VIII was likely their best team. Then there was the Oakland Raiders, who were perhaps the one team that was in no way intimidated by Pittsburgh. Their rivalry with the Steelers started with the Immaculate Reception (or the Immaculate DEception if you were a Raider) in 1972 and lasted until the Raiders wiped out the Steelers in the 1983 AFC Divisional Playoffs en route to the Raiders’ third Super Bowl Championship in eight years. Not as impressive as Pittsburgh’s four Super Bowl wins in six years but still mighty good. And finally, over in the NFC, the one member of that conference that actually broke through the AFC’s dominance and won two Super Bowls. The Dallas Cowboys destroyed Miami 24 to 3 in Super Bowl VI and crushed the Denver Broncos 27 to 10 in Super Bowl XII. The Cowboys lost three Super Bowls in the seventies by a total of 11 points and in each case, could easily have won the game had a break or two gone their way. Dallas’ five Super Bowl appearances in the seventies were the most by any team in that decade.
    Pittsburgh earned the title of the team of the decade by going a perfect 4-0 in the big game.
    That level of excellence has never been reached by a Steeler team since.

  7. One of the best AFC Championship games ever.. The drama was so tight, any play would make or break a win or loss.. Also Natrone s 1rst down conversion running over 2 defenders, was one of the great runs Means had ever..

  8. It could have been Cowboys vs Steelers rematch at Miami for the third time but it was a California SuperBowl.

  9. It's so dumb that the Chargers left San Diego.
    But will you stop rooting for the Chargers when they moved 2-3 hours away?

  10. It didn't matter who won this game, as the winner was going to be destroyed by either Dallas or San Francisco (ended up being the 49ers, of course!), the two best teams in the NFL (each loaded with Pro-bowlers). The real Super Bowl was the game played after this one between the 49ers and the Cowboys.

  11. Steelers' last drive: O'Donnell passes over the middle into coverage, over the middle into coverage, over the…

  12. I remember listening to the game on the AFRTS radio broadcast out in the Persian Gulf. I wished I could have been home in San Diego to watch it with my family but I was happy the Chargers won.

  13. Chargers may have gotten blown out in the SB but they were truly a team that shouldn’t have even been there in the first place. Definitely one of the lesser known underdog stories that was almost

  14. Best game moment by far…4th and goal….1:08 to play….Steelers on the 2yd line….and Coach Cowher is laughing on the sidelines during the timeout. Cowher was ALL passion, loved his players, loved the game. I'm a long, long long time Pats fan, and I miss Bill Cowher

  15. I remember being so pist when san Diego won as they beat my dolphins in the divisional round. But I miss this football the old stadiums the uniforms even the refs uniforms, but it was football at its best and I miss starter apparel

  16. I am noticing a lot of 'RIP Junior Seau' here. You people are ignorant of reality. Grab yourself a Holy Bible and start reading it. I recommend starting with the Book of John. When a person physically dies he/she immediately goes to either heaven or hell. There is no 'rip' going on. If you repent of your sins and believe in the Death, Burial, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins then you will receive eternal life. If you reject Jesus Christ then you will receive eternal damnation in hell to pay for your sins. Make the right choice. Jesus said, "I am telling you the truth, whoever believes in me has eternal life." (John 6:47)

  17. Steelers sure had their chances to win this game. Seau played 1 helluva game.
    Neil O'donnell belongs on the Cowboy's Ring of Honor

  18. Stan Humphries ended up being a quarterback with such horrible leadership skills that his own teammates actually accused him of faking injuries.

  19. One of the Chargers starting offensive linemen that year Joe Cocozzo is from my hometown of Mechanicville, NY. He was a rookie that year I believe

  20. If any team had a shot at beating the 49ers in Super Bowl XXIX, it was the Pittsburgh Steelers. Kevin Greene, Greg Lloyd, and Rod Woodson all deserved to be all-pros that year while Joel Steed, Chad Brown, Carnell Lake, and Darren Perry all turned in great seasons. Unfortunately, the Steelers offense couldn't keep up with their defense that year with the only offensive player they deserved to have in the Pro Bowl that year being Dermontti Dawson.

    Seriously though, Super Bowl XXIX might have been an exciting game if the Steelers played the 49ers.

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