TOM BRADY-PEYTON MANNING DUELS HIGHLIGHT FIVE NFL CLASSIC GAMES
FRIDAY & SATURDAY ON NFL NETWORK
With Patriots-Colts, Cowboys-Packers and Bills-Titans games on the schedule this week, NFL Network highlights classic matchups between the clubs.
NFL Classic Games airs the following matchups featuring the complete network broadcasts with original announcers and graphics:
Friday, November 13
2:00 PM ET – Green Bay at Dallas (1995 NFC Championship Game) – Emmitt Smith, who rushed for 150 yards and three touchdowns, scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns to turn a 27-24 deficit into a 38-27 Cowboys victory. Dallas advanced to its third Super Bowl in four years.
9:00 PM ET – New England at Indianapolis (11/30/03) – New England’s defense stopped the Colts three times from the 1-yard line in the final seconds to secure a 38-34 victory. The Patriots jumped out to 17-0 and 31-10 leads, but Colts quarterback Peyton Manning threw four touchdown passes as Indianapolis mounted a comeback. Tom Brady passed for 236 yards and two touchdowns for New England.
Saturday, November 14
9:00 AM ET – Buffalo at Tennessee (1999 AFC Wild Card) — Kevin Dyson caught a cross-field lateral on a kickoff return and sprinted 75 yards for the game-winning touchdown with three seconds remaining to give the Titans a 22-16 victory. The Titans advanced from this “Music City Miracle” victory to Super Bowl XXXIV.
12 Noon ET – New England at Indianapolis (2006 AFC Championship Game) — Down 21-6 at halftime, Peyton Manning led the Colts to 32 second-half points in a 38-34 comeback victory and a berth in Super Bowl XLI. Manning passed for 349 yards in the victory.
3:00 PM ET – Green Bay at Dallas (11/24/94) – Backup quarterback Jason Garrett led the Cowboys to a team-record 36 second-half points as Dallas overcame an 11-point deficit to win 42-31 on Thanksgiving Day. Garrett passed for 311 yards and two touchdowns while Packers quarterback Brett Favre passed for 257 yards and four touchdowns. Sterling Sharpe was on the receiving end of all four Favre scoring passes.
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