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New Jersey 32 at Washington 29

1983 Week 13 - Sunday, May 29, 1983
Attendance: 11,264


WASHINGTON, DC (AP) - New Jersey extended Washington's losing streak to nine games, Herschel Walker rushed for a record 194 yards and Dave Betz hit a 50-yard field goal with no time left.

In Washington there were 11,264 fans at the game and 12,437 no-shows. New Jersey, 4-9, drove 33 yards on seven plays in 55 seconds before Betz, signed during the week, kicked his fourth field goal of the day.

Walker scored the longest touchdown run 83 yards in the USFL's brief history on the first play of the game.

Jeff Knapple of the Generals passed for his first two TDs as a pro. Mike Hohensee passed for two TDs for the Federals, 1-12.

May 29, 1983
New Jersey Generals - 32
Washington Federals - 29
at R.F.K. Memorial Stadium
11,264

New Jersey	7	10	3	12  --	32
Washington	6	3	14	6    --	29

1st Quarter	NJ - Walker 83 run (Betz kick)
		WASH - FG Vitiello 42
		WASH - FG Vitiello 45
2nd Quarter	NJ - Friede 27 pass from Knapple (Betz kick)
		NJ - FG Betz 28
		WASH - FG Vitiello 28
3rd Quarter	WASH - Taylor 32 run (Vitiello kick)
		WASH - James 11 pass from Hohensee (Vitiello kick)
		NJ - FG Betz 45
4th Quarter	WASH - Harris 19 pass from Hohensee (kick failed)
		NJ - Bowers 28 pass from Knapple (kick failed)
		NJ - FG Betz 50

TEAM STATS:		NEW JERSEY	WASHINGTON
First Downs		20		29
Rushes-yards		31-211		30-179
Passing yards		237		317
Return yards		126		128
Passes			31-17-1		43-23-0
Sacks by			1-9		1-11
Punts			5-39		3-38
Fumbles-lost		1-0		3-2
Penalties-yards		12-100		8-10
Time of possession		30:43		29:17

INDIVIDUAL STATS:
RUSHING = New Jersey: Walker 23-194, Carthon 4-18, Sullivan 3-3, Tullis 1-(-4).  
	Washington: Taylor 13-73, James 14-70, Mayberry 1-1, Hohensee 2-35.
PASSING = New Jersey: Knapple 17-31-249-2.  Washington: Hohensee 23-43-326-2.
RECEIVING = New Jersey: Bowers 3-54, McConnaughey 2-36, Slawson 2-43, Walker 3-29,
	Carthon 1-10, Friede 4-65, Sullivan 2-12.  Washington: Walters 12-193, 
	Harris 2-39, Rogusky 2-19, Taylor 2-21, Kinney 3-33, James 2-21.
MISSED FIELD GOALS = Washington: Vitiello 41, 51.

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