John Fuqua Signed Steelers Jersey Inscr. "I'll Never Tell" & "SB IX X" (JSA COA)

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Custom on-field style jersey. Everything is sewn on, size XL. Hand-signed and inscribed in black felt tip pen by John Fuqua.Things looked bleak for the Steelers late in the 1972 AFC Divisional Playoff Game vs. the Oakland Raiders, because backup quarterback Ken Stabler had run 30 yards for a touchdown that gave his team a 7-6 lead with just 1:17 to play. Soon afterward, quarterback Terry Bradshaw and the rest of the Steelers offense were looking at a fourth-and-10 from the 40-yard line with just 22 seconds remaining. and desperately searching for the team's first ever playoff, it didn't look promising. But they never gave up. While under pressure Bradshaw through the ball in the direction of Frenchy Fuqua and as it arrived, he collided with Raider's safety Jack Tatum, and the ball ricocheted back, and Franco Harris miraculously scooped it out of the air and took off running for a 60-yard touchdown reception that gave the Steelers the 13-7 win and a wild celebration ensued.The autograph includes an official James Spence Authentication (JSA) hologram and matching COA for authenticity purposes.Authentication: JSA COA

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