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In a story Oct. 26 about the death of former NFL defensive back Lindon Crow Indianapolis Colts T-Shirt , The Associated Press reported erroneously that Crow had three interceptions in the 1958 NFL championship game. He had one interception in that game, and two in a previous playoff game.A corrected version of the story is below:Lindon Crow, the former NFL defensive back who had an interception in the 1958 sudden-death NFL championship dubbed "the greatest game ever played," has died. He was 85.He died Thursday in Exeter, California, due to complications from a series of strokes, the University of Southern California said Friday.Crow led the NFL in interceptions with 11 in 1956 and had 41 picks in his pro career. He played defensive back for the Cardinals from 1955-57, New York Giants from 1958-60, and Los Angeles Rams from 1961-64.He was a three-time Pro Bowl selection in 1956, '57 and '59.In the 1958 NFL title game Indianapolis Colts Hats , Crow intercepted a pass by Baltimore quarterback Johnny Unitas in the Giants' 23-17 loss to the Colts at Yankee Stadium. It was the first NFL game to go to sudden-death overtime and was televised nationwide on NBC.Crow was a teammate of the late Frank Gifford on the Giants, whose offensive coordinator was future Packers coach Vince Lombardi and whose defensive coordinator was Tom Landry, future Dallas Cowboys coach.Crow also played in the NFL title game the following year, with the Colts winning again 31-16 in Baltimore.Crow was a second-round pick of the Chicago Cardinals in the 1955 NFL draft.He was a three-year letterman as a two-way halfback at Southern California from 1952-54. Crow rushed for 666 yards and caught 13 passes with six touchdowns in his career. He also had 11 career interceptions.Crow played in two Rose Bowls for the Trojans, including a 1953 victory over Wisconsin. He captained the Trojans' 1954 team, and earned All-Pacific Coast Conference honors in 1952 and '54.He also played in the 1955 Senior Bowl and College All-Star game.After retiring from football, Crow worked as defensive coordinator at Cal State Northridge from 1972-75 and as head coach at St. Genevieve High in Panorama City, California, from 1976-88. He also served four years as the school's athletic director.He is survived by Sandy, his wife of 47 years Indianapolis Colts Hoodie , daughters Wendy and Melissa and son Lindon Jr., six grandchildren and nine great- grandchildren. No services were planned. In my estimation this was easily the most disappointing loss of the season. I know, I predicted a Jets win but I really wanted to be wrong. The Colts were outplayed in all three phases of the game today and that’s what’s so disappointing. In weeks past there was always some bright spot, Darius Leonard or Andrew Luck, the defense played hard and racked up a lot of sacks. Something. Anything. Today’s loss wasn’t like the ones before it. Even still, I’m going to be taking a look at this weeks impact playsEach week, I have looked to break down two of the best or worst plays or situations from the previous game, but I have relied on the help of the Stampede Blue community to decide what plays should be given a closer look as I hope to explain what happened in greater detail than the broadcasters can. Often you’ll hear “how did that guy get so open?” and I hope to be able to answer that question for Colts fans this season.This week my vote is going to go to Marlon Mack’s third quarter runs from shotgun. I want to take a look at how and why Mack was so successful and I want to see if the 2018 version of Mack is the every down back that so many thought he might turn into. Let me know what impact plays you want to see in the comments!
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