Anderson was the Bengals’ starting quarterback in their first-ever Super Bowl appearance. Unfortunately, they met Joe Montana’s San Francisco 49ers and fell cruelly short. But Anderson had a great game as he entered gunslinger mode. Yes, he threw a couple of interceptions but the rest of his stat line is excellent.
The Cincy QB completed 25 of 34 passes for 300 yards with two touchdown passes and rushing in another score himself. Anderson was also a great leader on the field and kept his team in the game. Losing players don’t get the credit they deserve but Anderson had a fine game (via Cincinnati Enquirer).