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If there's been a greater game in NFL playoff history, it's not coming to me right now where Frank Reich led the bills back from 32 down and there has been 1 other 28 point  deficet overcome

Frank Reich of the Bills were down 32 pts. and won the game against the then Houston Oilers now the Titans and there has been 1 other 28 point defecit over come then there was our 18 point come back against NE to get to the super bowl against the Bears

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This game was amazing!!


I honestly wont be bothered if we get smoked in the next round. This game was truly memorable and some of the most fun I've had watching ball in years.


Just makes it all that much sweeter about the fairweather whiners ITT. I hear the Chargers forum could use some more fans.

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Great comeback Colts, I'm still angry that you guys let it get out of hand, but a lessor team would have packed it in.  Way to fight back, and pull out a victory.  Take this lesson and let it lead you to the Superbowl.


Have a great week everyone, and try to stay warm.

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