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Kelly leads Bills All-Stars to 42-34 flag football win
Posted: Sunday July 21, 2002 10:48 PM
Updated: Sunday July 21, 2002 10:52 PM
BUFFALO (AP) -- Jim Kelly can still lead a comeback.
The former Buffalo Bills quarterback, retired for five years, sparked a 23-point third quarter as the Buffalo Bills All-Stars beat the NFL All-Stars 42-34 Sunday in an exhibition flag football game.
The game was played for charity and featured a number of former NFL stars, including Kelly and former Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino.
Kelly, two weeks away from being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, completed 29 of 38 passes for 306 yards and five touchdowns. One of those scoring throws was a 14-yarder to his one-time favorite receiver Andre Reed.
Marino alternated possessions with Dave Krieg and went 12-for-21 with two touchdowns.
Marino's team was a ragtag group of former league stars, including Mark Clayton, Ed "Too Tall" Jones and Roger Craig.
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I saw it Jaydog. Dan was the only 1 not to do autographs, something about a contract with a card company. Dan and Mark Clayton looked good, Dan's lost a lot of weight since his playing days and still has some zip on his ball.
Met Clayton and Stephenson so that was cool but what the heck was John Bosa doing there.