|In what game did a team suffer the most heartbreaking loss in a playoff game in N.F.L History.?|
vikings loss to falcons as gary anderson misses only field goal all year in the dome for the right to go to superbowl , biggest choke ever
I think it was like '92 when the Bills came back to beat the Oilers from like a 28 point deficit(have to look that one up), and it was with Frank Reich, their back up QB.
probably when the Bills lost to the Titans in i think the 1999 or 2000 playoffs. The Music City Miricle. kickoff return
1972 Miami Dolphins. They were the only team in NFL history to have a perfect no loss season and lost the Super Bowl by a field goal. Now THAT HURTS!!
I would agree that the Bills comeback is the most improbable finish in nfl history but my all-time heartbreaking loss was in 1996 when Jax came in to DEN who was 14-2 in the regular season and Elway and T.D. where the 1-2 combination that was unstoppable and they upset the Broncos.
Seahawks Cowboys playoff game tony romo cried when he messed up that field goal
I am a Steelers fan so everytime they lose its a heartbreaking situation. I would have to answer your question with the Giants and the 49ers game where the 49ers came back and won. They were down 38-14 in the 3rd and won. I just remember that the Giants could have have won late but screwed up the field goal, although SF should have been called for a penalty and wasn't. Kind of reminds me of the 1990 Super Bowl
Come on People think about the Bills Giants Super Bowl and Wide Right. Can anything be more heartbreaking then that. End of story.
It would be the Oakland Raiders 1972 playoff loss to the "immaculate reception" of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
raiders - when they called that tuck rule
Every time the patriots beat the steelers in the playoffs and AFC championship games by a field goal
when Green Bay lost the game when Donovan McNabb completed the FAMOUS " 4 and 26 play" and won the game!
I'm going with the 1968 AFC Championship game between the New York Jets and Oakland Raiders.
Most people would say the Browns in 86 and 87, but I say the Oilers. They had a team in 1992 that could have gone to the super bowl, but they blew a 35 point lead, and then missed a field goal in overtime. The play that did them in, though was a touchdown Buffalo shouldn't have gotton. Don Bebee stepped out of bounds before he touched the ball. If the play was reviewed, the outcome might have been different.
The Steelers 1976 playoff loss to the Raiders. The Steelers started the yera lossing four of their five first games then Bradshaw got hurt. The back up QB just handed it off tho Harris and Bleier. It was the best streak of defensive devastation ever seen in a single season. 22 consecutive quarters with no TD, 5 shut outs, 9 straight wins and only 28 points allowed. We finished with a 10-4 record and entered the playoffs and killed the Colts 44-14. We then lost to the Raiders in the AFC Championship game...talk about heartbreaking.
Cowboys losing NFL Championship to Green Bay in the Ice Bowl. The Cowboys losing to the 49ers in the NFC Championship game when Dwight Clark made the Catch.
bills and the oilers in 92 it was considered the biggest heartbreaking loss in nfl histroy
The Titans. One yard short in the Superbowl. That would just KILL you. I don't care what the biggest comeback is or whatever in that sense. This said biggest heartbreak. Maybe the Bills in the "Music City Miracle." Wouldn't it KILL you to know that it was a forward pass and it was ILLEGAL and you were knocked out of the playoffs? Also(and I believe all this was the same year as far as playoffs) when the Steelers lost to the Titans. Had the game won. It worked on icing the kicker. Then the Titans kicker pulls off the award winning act of faking he was ran into. Give that man an Emmy. He got them the penalty flag and then the game.
The Dallas-Seattle game last season has to rank top 5 ever.
This year's NFC Wild Card game between Dallas & Seattle. A botched field goal cost the Cowboys the game, ended their season, & led to Bill Parcells retirement.
The Titans coming up one yard short in the Super Bowl..... Just Terrible.