Like in most sports, the last decade brought us the most fascinating NFL moments, starting from the postseason to regular-season games. Here’s a list of the most exciting NFL games over the last 10 years. Most of these games were available for betting on several bookies on this Indiana online sportsbooks list, with lots of thrilling moments.
10) 2018 11th Week (Los Angeles vs. Kansas City):
This game more than excited the stadium making it one of the best regular-season games in NFL history. The Monday Night 54-51 tassel in LA resulted in both teams combining for 105 points. It summed up the expectations for both the Super Bowl runner-up Rams as well as AFC runner-up Chiefs.
9) Super Bowl XLVII:
Despite the lopsided play in the first half play, the Ravens Super Bowl win over the 49ers, also called “The Harbaugh” Bowl is unforgettable. Despite holding a large lead in the second half, the 49ers battled after a long power outage delay at the Superdome to pull within five at the eleventh hour. However, Baltimore ultimately held on to win the game 34-31.
8) 2012 NFC Championship Games (New York vs. San Francisco)
After the Giants tied the game at seven at the beginning of the second quarter, no team led again until the end. The Giants punched their ticket to the Super Bowl with a 20- 17 win.
7) 2013 NFC Championship Game (San Francisco vs. Seattle)
After the 49ers led 17-10 in the middle of the third quarter, the Seahawks hit back with 13 unanswered points giving them a 23-17 lead with 3:37 to play. Colin Kaepernick attempted to hit Malcolm Smith in the back of the endzone, however, Richard Sherman picked off the 49ers quarterback to take Seattle to the Super Bowl.
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6) 2014 AFC Divisional Game (New England vs. Baltimore)
After Baltimore led by 14 twice, Tom Brady and the Patriots continued to chip away at the lead. Highlighted by first, Julian Edelman hitting Danny Amendola for a 51-yard touchdown pass. And then, after the Ravens got the lead back through Justin Tucker, Brady found the Brandon Lafell in the endzone, giving the Patriots a 35-31 win and launching them to the Super Bowl.
5) Super Bowl XLVI
The Giants vs. the Patriots. A rematch of SB XLII. An early touchdown gave New York 9-0 lead but the Patriots scored 10 to take 10-9 lead at the end of the first half. New England increased it’s lead to 17-9 lead after the break but didn’t score again. Eli Manning and the Giants battled back to win 21-17.
4) 2012 AFC Divisional Game (Baltimore vs. Denver)
It took double overtime to decide this classic game. Ultimately, the Ravens beat Peyton Manning and the Broncos 38-35 in the extra EXTRA frame on the leg of Justin Tucker.
3) Super Bowl LI
The greatest comeback in Super Bowl history. Leading 28-3 with just minutes remaining in the third quarter, the Falcons quickly watched their lead, and Super Bowl title, slip away. The Patriots scored 34 unanswered points, capped off by a game-winning rushing touchdown by James White in overtime to give the Patriots their fifth Super Bowl in franchise history.
2) Super Bowl LII
The Patriots were back in the Super Bowl and Tom Brady threw for a record 505 yards, however, the Eagles never let up and didn’t punt once as they won their first Super Bowl in franchise history by the score of 41-33.
1)Super Bowl XLIX
10 years removed from last Super Bowl win, the Patriots face a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter against the Seahawks. However, a near-perfect fourth quarter from quarterback Tom Brady and perhaps the greatest single play in Super Bowl history, Malcolm Butler’s goalline interception, capped what was then the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history.
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