This Week in Black History


Jan. 31, 1988

Doug Williams, the first black quarterback to start in an NFL championship game, is named MVP of Super Bowl XXII in San Diego after leading the Washington Redskins to a record-setting 42-10 rout over the favored Denver Broncos and their lauded quarterback John Elway.

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