Greatest NFL Games Of All Time
Cleveland Browns Vs. Denver Broncos -The 1986 AFC championship game
This game had a Hall of Fame quarterback, an all-pro quarterback playing for his hometown team and two premier offenses battling back and forth in a clash for AFC supremacy.
Denver Broncos(13) Vs. Cleveland Browns (20)
"We walked in knowing that it was a do or die situation" - John Elway, Broncos quarterback.
What happened in overtime was Rich Carlos missed the field goal. This game is known for John Elway's monumental performance.
Chiefs Vs. Dolphins
Memorable three and a half hours of football. This game had hall-of-fame coaches against each other. Running back Edy Podolak stole the show, galloping for an astonishing 350 all-purpose yards. He ran all over the field. You knew he was the guy that day. This game became a war of attrition. After 82 minutes and 40 seconds of football, the Chiefs had a chip-shot chance to win. In the end, Miami survived the test of time battling.
"It was just one of those games that will live forever" - Greg Cosell, NFL Media.
Raiders Vs. Steelers
This game was long on punishment and short on points. Determined to deliver, Ken the snake stabler slithered his way to a fourth-quarter touchdown.
Ultimately, this game came down to one play that elevated one franchise and hindered another.
Super Bowl 42 -New York Giants Vs. New England Patriots.
This can be the greatest game of all time if you like defense because it's a lot of bad offensive line play by the Patriots at the worst possible time. Tom Brady was under pressure the entire game.
Eli Manning of the New York Giants led the team against one of the most incredibly talented teams in NFL history. The Giants won Super Bowl 42.
1981 divisional playoff game between the Chargers and the Dolphins.
The Chargers were up at one point, 24 to nothing. But the Dolphins 17 to nothing in the second quarter got people on the edge of their seats. Kellen Winslow was the football hero that night. He was all over the field. His performance was absolutely off the charts. It may be the greatest performance by a tight end in playoff history. His biggest impact came late in the fourth quarter. Ultimately, the Chargers outlasted the Dolphins after 74 minutes of play and won.