Records broken during the steroid era

Sticking with Buffalo, here’s the scoop on their most famous playoff win. In the 1992 AFC Wild Card game, the Buffalo Bills fell behind the Houston Oilers 35-3 with 13:19 remaining in the third quarter. What took place next was the largest comeback in NFL history. Buffalo scored four quick touchdowns to pull within four points as the game went to the fourth quarter. They would finally take the lead with 3:08 remaining in the game after Andre Reed’s third touchdown catch of the half. But after Houston forced overtime, it took a Warren Moon interception to set up the game-winning field goal by Steve Christie.

Evel Knievel (USA, b. Robert Craig Knievel), the pioneer of motorcycle long jumping exhibitions, had suffered 433 bone fractures by end of 1975. In the winter of 1976 he was seriously injured during a televised attempt to jump a tank full of sharks at the Chicago Ampitheater. For the first time a bystander was also injured when a cameraman was struck and lost an eye. Knievel, who suffered brain concussion and two broken arms, decided to retire from major performances as a result. He, however continued to do smaller exhibitions around the country with his son Robbie, establishing him as his successor.

Finally, let's consider the career hits record held by Pete Rose. Charlie Hustle accumulated an ungodly 4,256 hits over his career; just to put that in perspective, it's nearly 800 more than Derek Jeter, who has the most hits of any player since Rose retired. It seems very unlikely that anyone will again have the longevity and skill to approach Rose's figure, as a player would have to average more than 200 hits for 21 seasons just to tie the mark. But never say never: there's actually one current player who has 4,213 career hits. Luckily for Rose, though, Ichiro Suzuki got 1,278 of those in Japan before coming to America at the age of 27. Otherwise, this is one impossible-to-break record that might have been broken in 2016.

The streak was at an end.   “It was just another race that we didn’t win,” Petty said. “You have to figure that, in a couple of the races we won, we got far behind and made up the laps. Some of the races just came to us. That one didn’t.”   Inman said Petty’s competitors “sometimes beat themselves. In some cases, we didn’t have the best car, but we wound up finishing and they didn’t.”   Petty’s streak attracted considerable media attention and played a key role in lifting NASCAR’s national profile.   Earlier in the ’67 season, Petty won the spring race at Darlington, his 55th victory. That win broke a tie—with his father, Lee, for the most victories in Cup history. Of course, over time, Richard established another record: 200 Cup victories.   “I enjoyed the 10 in a row,” Inman said. “I don’t think that will ever be beat. I don’t think the 200 wins will, either."

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Records broken during the steroid era

records broken during the steroid era

The streak was at an end.   “It was just another race that we didn’t win,” Petty said. “You have to figure that, in a couple of the races we won, we got far behind and made up the laps. Some of the races just came to us. That one didn’t.”   Inman said Petty’s competitors “sometimes beat themselves. In some cases, we didn’t have the best car, but we wound up finishing and they didn’t.”   Petty’s streak attracted considerable media attention and played a key role in lifting NASCAR’s national profile.   Earlier in the ’67 season, Petty won the spring race at Darlington, his 55th victory. That win broke a tie—with his father, Lee, for the most victories in Cup history. Of course, over time, Richard established another record: 200 Cup victories.   “I enjoyed the 10 in a row,” Inman said. “I don’t think that will ever be beat. I don’t think the 200 wins will, either."

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