Top 5 NFC Wildcard Games In NFL History

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NFL Wildcard

The NFL playoffs are here and that means endless talk about who will make it to the Super Bowl. That’s all well and good but I’m here to relive some glorious moments from the past. Some are well-remembered, others are lost classics. So without further ado, here are the top 5 NFC Wildcard games in NFL history.

January 3, 1999: San Francisco 30 Green Bay 27

 

 

The 49ers and Packers were meeting for the fourth consecutive season in the playoffs, with the Packers winning the previous three postseason encounters. The 49ers wanted revenge, but knew they would be in tough, against Brett Favre and company. The game turned out to be a classic with the teams exchanging the lead 5 times. The Packers looked to have the game won, when Favre found Antonio Freeman from 15 yards out, for a Packer touchdown, giving Green Bay a 27-23 lead…

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One response to “Top 5 NFC Wildcard Games In NFL History

  1. Who says you need a good quarterback to succeed in this league?

    Heck, if there’s anything we learned on Wild Card weekend, it’s that you need a good field goal kicker.

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