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Arizona 20 at New Jersey 3

1984 Week 8 - Sunday, April 15, 1984
Attendance: 31,917, TV: ABC


E. RUTHERFORD,NJ (AP) - Kevin Long, who used to play for the New York Jets when they were coached by Walt Michaels, rushed for 123 yards and two touchdowns in leading the Arizona Wranglers to a 20-3 upset of the Michael-coached New Jersey Generals Sunday in the United States Football League.

The loss dropped the Generals to 6-2 and out of a first place tie in the Atlantic Divsion with the Philadelphia Stars, who trounced the Chiago Blitz 41-7.

With the Wranglers leading 7-3, Long set up a two-yard touchdown run early in the fourth quarter when he hooked up on a 40-yard pass-run play with quarter Greg Landry.

Long, who rushed 24 times besides catching three passes for 52 yards, later scored on a nine-yard run. Generals running back Herschel Walker returned after missing a game with a sore shoulder, but gained only 57 yards in 16 carries.

April 15, 1984
Arizona Wranglers - 20
New Jersey Generals - 3
at Giants Stadium
31,917

Arizona		6	0	0	14   --	20
New Jersey	0	3	0	0    --	3

1st Quarter	ARIZ - Douglas 19 pass from Landry (kick failed)
2nd Quarter	NJ - FG Ruzek 31
3rd Quarter	none
4th Quarter	ARIZ - Long 2 run (Corral kick)
		ARIZ - Long 9 run (Corral kick)

TEAM STATS:		ARIZONA	NEW JERSEY
First downs		18		15
Rushes-yards		38-162		26-86
Passing yards		171		136
Return yards		34		110
Passes			14-26-2		13-25-0
Sacks by			4-26		0-0
Punts			3-42		5-32
Fumbles-lost		1-0		3-1
Penalties-yards		6-50		3-20
Time of possession		32:50		27:10

INDIVIDUAL STATS:
RUSHING = Arizona: Long 24-123, Spencer 10-26, Landry 2-9, Corral 1-6, Boatnet 1-(-2).  
	New Jersey: Walker 16-57, Carthon 10-29.
PASSING = Arizona: Landry 14-26-2-171.  New Jersey: Sipe 13-25-0-162.
RECEIVING = Arizona: Long 3-54, Willis 3-36, T.Johnson 2-23, Boatner 2-16, Spencer 2-16, 
	Douglas 1-19, Ricker 1-7.  New Jersey: Spek 4-59, Walker 4-47, Collins 2-30, 
	Carthon 2-13, McConnaughey 1-13.
MISSED FIELD GOALS = New Jersey: Ruzek 42.

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