Top five comebacks from the season's first half

There were plenty of amazing moments in the first half of the 2011 NFL season, so there's plenty to look forward to in the season's second half. Here is a compilation of the greatest comebacks (by total points overcome to win) from the first half.

  Lions overcame a 20-0 deficit, then defeated the 
  Vikings in overtime for the team's first win in Minnesota since 1997, snapping a 13-game skid. 
  49ers stormed back from a 23-3 deficit, victimizing Philadelphia's porous defense throughout the second-half surge to victory. 

Ray Rice helped the Ravens overcome a 21-point deficit to the Cardinals for the biggest come-from-behind victory in Ravens history.

Ryan Fitzpatrick's clutch passing, a pick-six and a clutch kick helped the Bills overcome a 21-point hole to end a 15-game losing streak to the Patriots.

   Behind a big effort from 
  Calvin Johnson, the 
  Lions rallied from 24 down to stun the 
  Cowboys, who allowed another second-half lead slip away. 

Best of the first half:

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