A look at Sunday's fourth-quarter comebacks and game-winning drive opportunities
The costliest interception in NFL history preserves the biggest fourth-quarter comeback in Super Bowl history. Also: what a cast of unexpected heroes and goats.
Seattle pulled off the largest fourth-quarter comeback in championship game history. Where did Green Bay go wrong, and how should we analyze Russell Wilson's performance?
Joe Flacco and Tony Romo launched sideline bombs that will live in playoff infamy. Also: Carolina comes up short again, and do we need a eulogy for Peyton Manning and the Broncos?
Tony Romo delivers again for Dallas. Also: FOX uses the first GWD opportunity graphic and the Ravens show the Steelers that one-dimensional offense works as long as you still play defense.
How did your team fare in close games this season? We also recap Week 17 with its AFC North drama, another Lions letdown, the Rams' incredible bad luck and a farewell to Captain Comeback.
The Bengals win in prime time. Also: milestone for Rivers, Rex's last stand, the bizarre NFC South, and why didn't Chip Kelly let Washington score?
One-point rallies and questionable punts highlight a Week 15 with 10 close finishes. Did Jay Gruden give up on winning? Also: familiar blueprint beats Packers.
Ohio! It's a 25-point turnaround in Cincinnati, but is Andrew Luck the arsonist or the fireman? Also: Philip Rivers' worst passing game, praise for Mike Zimmer, and the Drew Stanton benchmark.
Was Patriots-Packers a Super Bowl preview? Also: six-point lead fails Baltimore, The Adventures of Geno Tebow, the biggest Jacksonville comeback ever, and shady clock operations.
Peyton Manning breaks the GWD record. Also: Tony Romo comes through in a game with high ratings, Mike Smith's timeout generosity, and dysfunction rules in the NFC's underbelly.