Battered by eight sacks and playing with bruised ribs, Joe Montana bounced off the rough artificial turf at the Vet to lead the
On his best day, Anthony Wright looked more like Baltimore hero Johnny Unitas, as the vagabond QB led the
Joe Montana showed glimpses of greatness to come when he led his team to victory over the
in Week 14 of the 1980 season.
blew a big lead to the eventual NFC champion
, coach Dennis Green lost his cool in the postgame press conference.
Facing a seemingly unsurmountable 30-7 deficit heading into the fourth quarter, the
pulled off the unthinkable against the
squandered a 38-14 lead in a 2002 wild-card playoff game, they had one last shot to redeem themselves. What followed was chaos.
The defensive-oriented and defending Super Bowl champion
gave up 21 points in the final five minutes to the
, who then won in OT.
Back in the day, while it seemed the
found ways to lose big games, the
always found ways to win, as evidenced by this epic comeback.
En route to the third of four straight Super Bowl appearances, the
had to overcome a 35-3 deficit against the run-and-shoot Houston Oilers.
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