Top 5 games in NFL history

DJ Jarrett and Chance Stewart, Sports reporters

  1. Miracle at the New Meadowlands, 2010: Giants: 31 Eagles: 38
    With 8:17 left in the 4th quarter, the Eagles tied the game. The Eagles got a chance to score with 14 seconds left in the game; a bad Giants’ punt turned into a missed catch by DeSean Jackson, which he picked up and ran right past the Giants players for a 70-yard punt return — and the win.
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  2. AFC Wildcard, 1992: Bills: 41 Oilers: 38
    In the Wild Card round of the 1992 NFL Playoffs, the Buffalo Bills recovered from a 32-point deficit to defeat the Houston Oilers in what is still the biggest comeback victory in NFL history.
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  3. AFC Championship, 2006: Indianapolis: 38 New England: 34
    Indianapolis came back from a 24-3 halftime deficit to beat the New England Patriots and advance to the Super Bowl.
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  4. NFC Championship, 1981: San Francisco: 28 Dallas: 27
    In a game with nine total turnovers and three interceptions thrown by Joe Montana, the 49ers still managed to score seven points each quarter to beat the Cowboys by one.
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  5. Undefeated Bowl, 2007: Indianapolis: 20 New England: 24
    Two undefeated teams faced each other with hopes of becoming 9-0. The game was exactly how people expected, even to the point where Tom Brady pulled his team back from a 10-point deficit to win the game and become the last undefeated team.
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