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Philadelphia 14 at New Jersey 17


1984 Week 3 - Sunday, March 11, 1984
Philadelphia Stars(2-0) at New Jersey Generals(2-0)(E)
Attendance: 46,716, TV: ABC

EAST RUTHERFORD (AP) - Roger Ruzek kicked a 38-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter after Kelvin Bryant lost his second fumble of the game, lifting the New Jersey Generals to a 17-14 victory over the Philadelphia Stars.

New Jersey(3-0) also got two one-run scoring drives by fullback Maurice Carthon, the second of which was also set up by a Bryant fumble.

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March 11, 1984
New Jersey Generals - 17
Philadelphia Stars - 14
at Giants Stadium
46,716

Philadelphia	0	7	7	0    --	14
New Jersey	0	7	7	3    --	17

1st Quarter	none
2nd Quarter	NJ - Carthon 1 run (Ruzek kick)
		PHIL - Collier 7 pass from Fusina (Trout kick)
3rd Quarter	NJ - Carthon 1 run (Ruzek kick)
		PHIL - Folsom 4 pass from Fusina (Trout kick)
4th Quarter	NJ - FG Ruzek 38

TEAM STATS:		PHILADELPHIA		NEW JERSEY
First downs		18			10
Rushes-yards		34-123			35-127
Passing yards		122			37
Return yards		96			58
Passes			31-19-1			13-5-1
Sacks by			0-0			1-3
Punts			3-48			7-32
Fumbles-lost		5-4			0-0
Penalties-lost		5-13			3-10
Time of possession		29:54			30:06

INDIVIDUAL STATS:
RUSHING = Philadelphia: Bryant 24-87, Russell 4-18, Riley 3-15, Harvin 3-3.  
	New Jersey: Carthon 18-71, Walker 17-56.
PASSING = Philadelphia: Fusina 19-30-1-125, Harvin 0-1-0-0.  New Jersey: Bradley 13-5-1-37.
RECEIVING = Philadelphia: Folsom 6-43, Bryant 4-34, Collier 3-23, Russell 2-9, 
	Fitzkee 2-19, Harvin 2-(-1). 
	New Jersey: McConnaughey 2-23, Harmon 1-7, Spek 1-6, Walker 1-1.
MISSED FIELD GOALS = Philadelphia: Trout 52, 46.

Archived news report

Supplemental information courtesy of Chris Blackburn


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