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1968 American Football League Championship Game

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1968 American Football League Championship Game
1 2 3 4</th> Total
Oakland 0 10 3 10</td>

<td>23</td>

New York 10 3 7 7</td>

<td>27</td>

Date December 29, 1968
Stadium Shea Stadium
City New York City, NY
Attendance
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1967 1969

The 1968 AFL Championship Game was played between the New York Jets and the Oakland Raiders. The Jets defeated the Raiders 27–23 to win the championship and the chance to play the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III.

1968 Championship

Scoring

  • NY – Maynard 14 pass from Namath (Turner kick) 7-0 NY
  • NY – Field goal Turner 33 10-0 NY
  • OAK – Biletnikoff 29 pass from Lamonica (Blanda kick) 10-7 NY
  • NY – Field goal Turner 36 13-7 NY
  • OAK – Field goal Blanda 26 13-10 NY
  • OAK – Field goal Blanda 9 13-13 TIE
  • NY – Lammons 20 pass from Namath (Turner kick) 20-13 NY
  • OAK – Field goal Blanda 20 20-16 NY
  • OAK – Banaszak 4 run (Blanda kick) 23-20 OAK
  • NY – Maynard 6 pass from Namath (Turner kick) 27-23 NY

References

Preceded by
Oakland Raiders
1967 AFL Champions
New York Jets
American Football League Champions

1968
Succeeded by
Kansas City Chiefs
1969 AFL Champions