A look at Sunday's fourth-quarter comebacks and game-winning drive opportunities
Tony Romo puts Dallas' season on his back and ties Roger Staubach. Also: Steelers nearly blow it, the increase in one-minute drills, a Seattle shocker, and Texans/Falcons continue downward spiral.
The Dallas soap opera continues. Also: Holy Tucker, Miami's biggest win in years, San Diego's familiar Peyton strategy, and a near-comeback classic in Nashville.
Six lead changes in Baltimore. Also: Tom Brady ties a Joe Montana feat, Antonio Brown feels frosty in a cold world, the Packers end a streak, and a fitting farewell for Gary Kubiak.
Analyzing why the Colts should have went for a two-point conversion, up by seven. Also: bad field goal decisions and Al Michaels loses it over nothing.
Bill Belichick inherits the wind in Manning-Brady XIV. Also: Rivers and Romo get it done, the fall of the Falcons and Texans, and another disgusting divisional tie.
Patriots fail to catch a call in Carolina. Also: Mike Tomlin's "do what we do" strategy works, the worst overtime coin-toss decision yet and how Drew Brees' height saved the Saints.
The Ravens show us the real "Fail Mary." Also: Denver's historic streak ends and Florida's winless teams finally get it right.
The Colts stunned Houston with another big rally. Also: modified overtime strategy, Dallas' Tony Romo soap opera, walk-off safeties and NFC powers fall.
The Lions and Cowboys combined for 41 points in the fourth quarter. Also: history for Peyton Manning and more misery for the Steelers in Oakland's Black Hole.
Judgment Day in Indianapolis has passed. Also: Jets get second chance at New England, Bengals beat their NFC equal and Ravens/Steelers bring the offense.