'96 I was living in Atlanta, so although this game was blacked-out locally, I have distinct memories of watching it happen live. Oh man ... back in those days it was such a big deal to see any 'Hawks game when I was trapped on the East Coast. The Falcons must've been a road game or bye that week (or else they would've been blacked-out too) The network switched from whatever game they were carrying to pick up that last drive for Houston. I remember running to my couch, brief moment of joy for actually getting to watch my 'Hawks live, then the slow twisting of the dagger as the Oilers pounded it into FG range ... when that block happened, pretty sure I hit my head on the ceiling leaping off the couch into the middle of the floor, where I was waving my arms and screaming "GOOOOOO" like I was on the sidelines or something.
Blackmon/Williams is probably one of the most under-rated Safety tandems in team history. Both those guys laid the wood. It only lasted a short time (like Ken Hamlin, both those guys were so physical they basically destroyed themselves within 3-4 seasons) ... Easley, Harris, Robinson, Williams, Blackmon, Hamlin, now Kam & Earl ... we've been treated to some damn fine Safety play over the years.
Just wanted to throw out one of my other favorite 90's moments I got to watch live. Darryl Williams laying out Rickey Dudley: