When they came to John Riggins, everyone knew what to expect. He played his own rules. He ran hard and made his own way. He was equally likely to introduce team functions to the army's tiredness as a tuxedo. However, when it was time for football to go, there was no courage to hold back his strength and speed, but only his determination and hardness.
Riggins did not get tired of the game. The more balls the ball gets, the stronger it gets. The same applies to his NFL career. When other backgammons would lose the pace when they were older, John Riggins picked up momentum for each NFL season. He was 35 when picking up his sixth 1000-yard rushing season. Although no one knew what Riggins could expect from the football field, teammates and fans could always count on exceptional play when it was time to play football.
While still at a high level, Riggins shocked the world when he retired from football after returning to the 1,000-yard season. One day he left the Redskins training camp in 1980 and announced his retirement. Riggins played his own rules. He was not satisfied with his contract and he generally decided to leave his own rules of football. After spending the afternoon at the Kansas Farm, he returned to Washington in 1981 and said, "I'm bored, I break and I'm back." Riggins decided he was ready for football.
Riggins after a humble statement to return to football, he launched his second career as a NFL player. During the first season, the one-year dismissal showed him, but by the end of 1982 he completely regained his form. Entering the playoffs, Joe Gibbs turned to redskins coach and told him that if the ball were to get 20 or more, then Redskins wins.
Gibbs coach Riggins gave advice. The next three games, Riggins averaged 148 yards and 33, and led the Washington Redskins to Super Bowl XVII.
The Super Bowl of Miami Dolphins, the Redskins relied heavily on Riggins. The biggest part came in the 4th quarter. For 17-3 and fourth and fourth, Riggins took the handoff, darted to the left and launched 43 yards to the final zone. John Riggins has a 166-meter record behind Washington Redskins winning Super Bowl 27-17.
The next season at the age of 34, John Riggins was the best-year professional. At the time of his retirement, he was ranked fourth in a fast-paced list at all times. It was a career that nobody could have predicted. No one who did not understand the will and determination of John Riggins, that is,