By By Eric Branch It was a regular-season game that attracted a record crowd at Candlestick Park, drew the second-highest television rating in “Monday Night Football” history and was chronicled by more media members than the previous season’s NFC Championship Game.
Before kickoff, there was massive hype. For 60 minutes, there were huge hits. And, after four quarters, the sky-high intensity hadn’t dissipated: There was an on-field scrap between a quarterback and safety just a few minutes before a nose guard put the owner in a headlock in the home team’s locker room.
The only thing that wasn’t enormous about that meeting on Dec. 3, 1990? [READ MORE HERE]
Source: SF Gate Sports