The Catch is widely regarded as one of the most memorable events in National Football League (NFL) history. It came at the end of a 14-play, 83-yard drive engineered by Montana. The 49ers lined up in a split backs formation, with Joe Montana under center. Wide receiver Freddie Solomon (the play's actual intended target) was lined up in the right slot, while Dwight Clark (who eventually caught the pass) was outside of Solomon, wide to the right. Clark and Montana re-enacted The Catch in observance of the 25th anniversary of the play as part of San Francisco alumni day activities at halftime of the Minnesota game November 5, 2006, at Candlestick Park. On October 21, 2018, the 49ers unveiled a statue outside Levi's Stadium depicting The Catch.
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Joe Montana famously spotted the funnyman in the stands just before engineering the 49ers’ winning drive in the closing minutes of Super Bowl XXIII in 1989. The moment endures as a symbol of Montana’s cool under pressure: a celebrity sighting one moment, a touchdown pass to John Taylor to beat the Cincinnati Bengals 20-16 the next. The rarely told postscript is that Candy was something of a scout at Joe Robbie Stadium in Miami that day. He liked what he saw so much that he later tried to sign Montana to the Canadian Football League. It’s true, even if it sounds like the plot of one of Candy’s.
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ALSO SEE No Ordinary Joe. Wednesday, November 19, 2003 More Info on Joe Montana By Larry Schwartz Special to ESPN. Signature Game Jan. 10, 1982 - The game will forever be remembered for The Catch. But the pass was pretty impressive, too. And so was the drive. Trailing the Dallas Cowboys 27-21 in the NFC championship game, the San Francisco 49ers took over on their own 11 with 4:54 left in the fourth quarter at Candlestick Park. The only team Montana didn't beat as a starter was Miami (0-2), but he made up for that by whipping the Dolphins in Super Bowl XIX. The biggest deficit Montana ever overcame was 28 points. In 1980, his first season as a starter, Montana rallied San Francisco to a 38-35 overtime victory over New Orleans after trailing 35-7 in the third quarter.
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