nobody movie_The Mad Bombers’ greatest attack was the one no one saw…but never forgot.

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Daryle Lamonica, known to many as “The Mad Bomber” during his days as a deep-throwing quarterback with the Oakland Raiders and Buffalo Bills, completed 164 touchdown passes during his 12-year NFL career, but almost nobody saw his most famous.

Lamonica, who died in his sleep at his home in Fresno, California. Last Thursday at the age of 80, he launched the last of his four touchdown passes to beat the New York Jets with 42 seconds remaining on November 17, 1968, but NBC, which televised the game nationally, had decided to cancel the finals of the game 65 seconds to anticipate, so that the popular children’s film “Heidi” could start as planned at 7 p.m. in the East.

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