Superbowl MVP's Help Raise Heart Health Awareness

8:59 PM, Apr 18, 2013   |    comments
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WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Doug Williams and Roger Staubach are back on the football field.

This pair of Super Bowl MVPs dusted off their cleats and donned jersey's last week at the Naval Academy, all for a good cause: fighting heart disease.

Their team mates are average Joes, who donated to the Heart Health Foundation for a chance to live out a dream. All hoping to catch a pass  from two of the most legendary NFL quarterbacks in history.

The first annual Dare to Care Bowl even featured a familiar sight. Staubach connecting with former Navy teammate Skip Orr for a touchdown.

So maybe the game didn't have quite the feel of one of those epic Redskins-Cowboys showdowns of the 1970's and 80's, but this one still came down to the wire.

Charity or not, these former NFL QBs still wanted to win. In the end, Staubach got the best Williams, who threw 3 interceptions on the day.


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