I just fiinished watching America's Game on NFLN(I love that channel) and today, they were going over the 1997 Bronco's. They started with a segment detailing how Howard Griffith just finished his rookie contract or whatever, and was due to become a FA. Shanahan told him it wasn't going to happen, and that he was going to be a Bronco for a long time. Griffith was excited because the Broncos had made it deep into the Play-offs the year before, but he really wanted to test the market.... the Bronco's made him an offer he couldn't refuse. I thought it was kind of odd, being that I was never a big Bronco's fan, I didn't realize how much they used the fullback. Especially with some visitor's here saying our use of the fullback bastardizes the ZBS. According to that program, the Full Back was very crucial to the run game, as well as the passing game. The other Acquisition was Neil Smith. Again, I wasn't really a Bronco fan, so I never even heard of him. But he was a beast. So much so, that Elway restructured his contract for the sole purpose that they would be able to get the old(some thought out of gas) DE. He wore the #90. Just thought that was interesting. But they talked about how it was that defense that won several key games on the Bronco's '97 Super Bowl run. Including the Super Bowl winning 4th & 6(or 9) stop of the GB Packers on the last play of the game. They also showed the play on third down of that defensive stop. Atwater comes from his Safety position, and lays a hit on some reciever(Brooks) about to catch the ball that would pick up a first down, & extend the Packer's drive. Atwater knocks himself out. He knocks Brooks out, he knocks out the corner covering Brooks....... & I'm thinking..... Laron Landry Anyway, it was a good program, I highly suggest you catch it if you can.