Jess Phillips (American football)

American former professional football player who played running back for 10 seasons in American Pro Football.

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1976–77 NFL playoffs

The National Football League playoffs for the 1976 season began on December 18, 1976.

The Raiders had to punt again on their next possession, and New England got the ball with good field position on their own 45, where they drove 55 yards in 10 plays (aided by an offsides penalty on linebacker Ted Hendricks that allowed them to keep possession after a punt play) to go up 21-10 on Jess Phillips' 3-yard rushing touchdown with 1:13 left in the third period.

Essex Johnson

Professional American football running back for eight seasons for the Cincinnati Bengals and one season for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Larry Fitzgerald (in blue) catches a pass while Cortland Finnegan (in red) plays defense at the 2009 Pro Bowl.

In his rookie year of 1968, the Bengals' first season in the American Football League, he played in all 14 games, primarily as a backup to running backs Paul Robinson (American football) and Jess Phillips.

1976 New England Patriots season

The franchise's 7th season in the National Football League and 17th overall.

Ken Stabler had a touchdown throw to Fred Biletnikoff but was sacked four times while Steve Grogan ran wild with three touchdown throws (to Darryl Stingley and Marlin Briscoe) and two rushing scores; Andy Johnson and Jess Phillips rushed in additional touchdowns.

1966 Notre Dame vs. Michigan State football game

Considered one of the greatest and most controversial games in college football history played between Michigan State and Notre Dame.

Dick Kenney kicks a field goal to give the Spartans a 10–0 lead.

But the Irish came back, quickly scoring a touchdown on a 34-yard pass thrown by backup quarterback Coley O'Brien over the outstretched hand of MSU safety Jess Phillips to halfback Bob Gladieux.

1970 Cincinnati Bengals season

The franchise's 1st season in the National Football League, and the 3rd overall.

The Bengals began playing home games at Riverfront Stadium in 1970

The offense scored only one touchdown, a one-yard run by running back Jess Phillips.

1969 Cincinnati Bengals season

The team's second year as a franchise, and their final season in professional football's American Football League .

Rushing: Jess Phillips (118 Att, 578 Yds, 4.9 Avg, 83 Long, 3 TD)