This Week in Black History West Edition

This Week in Black History

January 31, 1988

Doug Williams, the first black quarterback to start in a 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 celebrated quarterback John Elway.

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