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No Kick, No Classic

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Steve Myhra (left) isn't in Canton, but his kicking shoe is there.
If not for Baltimore Colts kicker Steve Myhra's game-tying field goal at the end of regulation, "The Greatest Game Ever Played" might not be remembered as such, and the NFL might not be where it is today. Jeff Miller takes a look at Baltimore's unsung hero. Story

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