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On Saturday, April 6, NFL Network will celebrate comeback games, with five great rallies for victory up for fan vote with the game that receives the most votes airing at 8 p.m. ET.
Get your votes in now for your favorite comeback game from the list below. This is a limited-time offer. The polls close on Thursday, April 4, so check back the following day to see which episode was the winner, then tune into NFL Network to catch the winning game.
1992 AFC Wild Card: Bills vs. Oilers
The Buffalo Bills trailed 35-3 in the second half of a wild-card showdown in Orchard Park, N.Y. against the Houston Oilers before executing the greatest comeback in NFL history (32 points) to win, 41-38, in overtime.
» No. 1 comeback in NFL history
2007 Week 17: Patriots vs. Giants
Down by 12 early in the third quarter, the New England Patriots string together 22 points to push past the New York Giants and complete their perfect 16-0 regular season. Tom Brady and Eli Manning combined for six TDs and 607 yards passing.
» Greatest moments from historic win
2002 AFC Wild Card: Steelers vs. Browns
Led by quarterback Tommy Maddox, the Pittsburgh Steelers scored 29 points in the final 19 minutes of this wild-card showdown with the division-rival Cleveland Browns to earn a thrilling 36-33 win. Maddox, the NFL Comeback Player of the Year, passed for 367 yards and three touchdowns.
» Photo essay: Wild Card Weekend memories
1981 NFC Championship Game
In the final minute of the 1981 NFC Championship, the San Francisco 49ers were down by six facing a third-and-3 on the Dallas Cowboys' 6-yard line. Under pressure, Joe Montana heaved the winning touchdown to Dwight Clark in the back of the end zone, a play now simply known as "The Catch."
» Celebrating 'The Catch' | N'if'L: What if 'The Catch' was dropped?
1994 Week 13: Cowboys vs. Packers
The Dallas Cowboys score 36 points in the second half to push past the Green Bay Packers despite Brett Favre's four touchdowns and 257 yards passing. All of Green Bay's touchdowns landed in the hands of receiver Sterling Sharpe, who had 122 yards on the day. Cowboys quarterback Jason Garrett -- pressed into action due to an injury to Troy Aikman -- threw for 311 yards and two touchdowns in the Thanksgiving Day classic between 1990s NFC powerhouses.
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NFL Network's "Fans' Choice" schedule:
March 2: Super Bowl classics (Winner: Super Bowl XXXIV: Rams vs. Titans)
March 9: Baltimore Ravens night (Winner: 'NFL Replay': Super Bowl XLVII)
March 16: Brady vs. Manning games (Winner: 2003 AFC Championship Game)
March 23: America's Game: The 2000s (Winner: 2001 New England Patriots)
March 30: NFL classic games (Winner: 2007 Week 13: Patriots vs. Ravens)
April 6: Comeback games
April 13: Rivalry games
April 20: Rookie games
Voting for the April 13 airing of rivalry games begins on Thursday, April 4.