I was 13 years old and I vividly remember how exciting that entire 82 playoff run was. I think we had like 15 interceptions in the four playoff games, including 5 apiece against Fouts and Todd. In the Super Bowl, I remember scoring quickly, then driving for what looked like another score when Woodley was blindsided and fumbled. That played seemed to give the Redskins life because we were dominating up to that point.
Years later, I heard Shula talking about not making the switch to Strock earlier. He said had Walker not returned the kickoff right before half, he was going to make the change to Strock in the second half. But after we got the lead back, he didn't think it was the right thing to do. Woodley was brutal the second half and never did recover.
That was such a special group. I remember a Sports Illustrated article on the Killer B's and it showed how all the different units hung out together. Showed the secondary eating dinner together and the linebackers hanging out by someone's truck drinking beers. Those guys were actually friends off the field and had a bond I don't think you'll ever see again in sports.
I miss those days.