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It's as important to be memorable as good

Dave Casper says memorable plays, standout teammates and the Raiders' winning tradition helped him reach the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Updated: August 3, 2002, 2:33 PM ET
By Amy Chou | ESPN.com

When the "Play of the Week" becomes the Play of a Lifetime, a single moment in sports that defines an athlete's career, can be either a good thing or bad thing.

Garo Yepremian's blocked-field-goal-turned-feeble-passing-attempt-turned-fumble-returned-for-touchdown in Super Bowl VII? Bad.

Dave Casper's forward-fumble-into-the-end-zone-turned-game-winning-touchdown that lifted the Oakland Raiders to victory on the last play of the game? Good.

Yepremian, despite being a member of ...

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