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Manning Leads 21 Point Comeback in 4 Minutes

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  • NFL Throwback
    NFL Throwback  4 years ago +2032

    Which crazy ending should we do next?

  • SolidSnake684
    SolidSnake684 4 years ago +3365

    I clicked to see Manning, but I stayed for Al Michaels and John Madden. God how I've missed that combo. It just sounds like pure football to me

    • recoilxj556 May
      recoilxj556 May 5 days ago

      @Dylan F horse shit, him and clownsworth are the worst

    • Tom Kopf
      Tom Kopf Month ago

      Word almost better then the game but then I remember that guy his name was Howard Cosell and he was better than the game Sorry kiddos that's how it was for us back in the day LOL

    • Brandon Freeman
      Brandon Freeman Month ago +1

      I don't even watch football but I agree... It reminds me of my Dad growing up as a kid, he'd have them on Monday night watching them...



    • Jay K
      Jay K Month ago

      Madden and Summerall you mean

  • Spurgeon Woods
    Spurgeon Woods Month ago +36

    Had to come back and re-watch this after the Colts gave up the largest comeback in NFL history today.

  • Tone Choir
    Tone Choir Month ago

    Just watched the Vikings 33-0 comeback... This is still as crazy in just 4 minutes.

  • Peazeralus
    Peazeralus Month ago

    Dungee, Gruden, Michaels, Madden, and Manning
    My childhood on screen... minus getting upset every weekend being a Falcons fan

  • SuperMemes
    SuperMemes Month ago +2

    How funny this was recommended to me roughly an hour after the Colt's choked 33-0 halftime lead versus the Vikings.

    • ko
      ko Month ago


  • Mondo Cool
    Mondo Cool Year ago +666

    for years I've called that jumping call bs. but ive counted 3 opportunities the bucs had to close it out in regulation on top of the second onside kick they magically recovered. Now I feel like they deserved to lose

    • Philip Roseel
      Philip Roseel Year ago

      Still one of the worst calls ever. And that's saying something. NFL refs are awful.

    • Power Projection
      Power Projection Year ago

      It was bs. Still is bs.

    • Most Hated Minnesotan
      Most Hated Minnesotan Year ago

      The penalties and reffing were atrocious in this game. The Thanksgiving game this year (raiders and cowboys) had similarly bad calls.

    • Max Hendry
      Max Hendry Year ago

      Regardless that was a horrible call that cost the BUCS the game.

    • Patrick McGraw
      Patrick McGraw Year ago

      It's rigged.

  • Jacob Hargett
    Jacob Hargett Month ago

    Imagine an offensive with Peyton play calling with a QB as talented as luck or someone😊

  • John Bell
    John Bell Year ago +762

    After the passing of a legend, it was almost emotional to hear John Madden as a co-anchor. What a guy. A true legend!

    • Mark Mac
      Mark Mac 2 months ago +1

      this was a good duo but him and Summerall are the best duo ever.

    • Red team
      Red team 3 months ago

      I feel same way right now it still makes me sad hearing his voice.

    • a namer here
      a namer here 3 months ago

      love seeing gruden (who is very racist and sexist) get beat by a wholesome bipoc like tony dungey

    • Chicken Wang
      Chicken Wang 6 months ago +3


  • Mister X
    Mister X Month ago

    20:50 - LOL @ the commentator jinx.
    "He hasn't missed a FG this season. He's the most accurate kicker in the history of the universe. He's perfect. There's no way he'll miss this one, it's a gimme"

  • Ryan Task
    Ryan Task Month ago

    23:11 the kicked ball ricoches off a player which redirects the ball leftwards, without the intrusive player to ricoche the ball, it may not have made it to the post. Not only that, but the ref call against 97 looked so incorrect

  • Josh arellano
    Josh arellano Month ago

    I miss this Era of football so much ! Sapp had that look like what the shit just happened 😳 😂

  • Leland Lewis
    Leland Lewis 2 months ago

    Crazy how weak Payton's arm strength is compared to Josh Allen and Mahomes. He was so good, he didn't need to have the power.

  • Sawyer Veseth
    Sawyer Veseth Month ago

    wow this was insane

  • James Erath
    James Erath Month ago

    Die hard colts fan for life yesterday her bad so I had to come and watch this at least we had the Monday night miracle go horse maybe next year we need to get a quarterback we'll see let's get to show on the road no more veteran QB slide name we need a youngster let's find the next homes in the draft come on get it moving horse

  • mike20988
    mike20988 Year ago +773

    Gruden’s reaction this whole time is priceless. He knows exactly what is about to happen to him.

    • mpup54
      mpup54 3 days ago

      he was a really bad coach, worse human

    • Be No
      Be No 3 months ago

      He knows the fix was in

    • Larry Hullinger
      Larry Hullinger 4 months ago +3

      @smallgoon He took the colts to the super bowl Was that a fucking accident? No it wasnt

    • smallgoon
      smallgoon 4 months ago +2

      The fact that gruden took almost the same team dungy had and won the super bowl shows you how much of a better coach gruden was

    • smallgoon
      smallgoon 4 months ago +1

      @Larry Hullinger that team got their ass beat in the first round of the playoffs every year under dungy. Dungy was not a good coach.

  • jbabishack
    jbabishack Month ago

    I wish there was a small box that just showed Grudens face the whole time this was going down

  • Aaron Good
    Aaron Good Month ago

    this really makes me appreciate the 16:9 aspect ratio.

  • VerTiic
    VerTiic Month ago

    Nahh that leaping call was the most bs call I've ever seen 🤣

  • Sule Ozev
    Sule Ozev Year ago +89

    The most exciting football game I have ever watched. I had asked my husband to turn it off because the “game was over”. I sat there and watched each touchdown in disbelief. Thanks for posting. It was fun to watch it again.

    • Pirate Gamer
      Pirate Gamer 2 months ago +2

      Football's not over until it's over.

    • Matthew Hargett
      Matthew Hargett 4 months ago +4

      Me too I never turned it off....I knew something special was happening when they got that onside kick n scored 30 sumthn seconds later😳

  • Ben is a Ten
    Ben is a Ten 2 years ago +3033

    "If you're gonna doink the pipe, You want it to go inside after the doink" some of the best advice in history.

    • Austin Marti
      Austin Marti Month ago

      The Bucs tipped the FG kick and Madden and Michaels didn't even realize it! Kind of fascinating.

    • Barbara Scopel
      Barbara Scopel 3 months ago

      @kyle brennan p

    • Gary Keener
      Gary Keener 3 months ago

      @General Noah Games Well....if your into that kinda thing.

    • marc7491
      marc7491 4 months ago

      Actually, I believe that Confuscious said that first!

    • Silvestre Lomeli
      Silvestre Lomeli Year ago

      @kram Null lmao

  • Biff
    Biff Month ago

    “Well if your gonna doink the pipe” lmao I miss madden

  • Blood Bath and Beyond - Pop Goes Metal Covers

    Win percentage doesn't mean anything. When you do something good, it goes up, when you do something bad it goes down. If you do enough good things in a row suddenly you're expected to win. NO SHIT.

  • jim lahey
    jim lahey 3 months ago +30

    The route Marvin Harrison put on that db at 17:25 is crazy. He literally made the db fly out of the camera frame on the replay. R.I.P. those ankles

    • Charles Schaeffer
      Charles Schaeffer Month ago

      His routes were silky smooth!! He legit is the best route runner of all time! Such a humble guy too! Never celebrated, never acted a fool! Would score the touchdown and hand the ball straight to the official! Top 5 WR of all time!! His son is following in his footsteps too! Kids a DAWG!!!

  • mclohan
    mclohan Year ago +6

    I still can’t comprehend how the Colts didn’t end up with that 2nd onside kick. Last we saw the ball, there was 2 Colts players on top of it lol. Really goes to show what happens on the bottom of those piles is crazy and can change a game.

  • Daniel Ally
    Daniel Ally Year ago +189

    Gruden was in disbelief the entire time.

    • jamvan2k
      jamvan2k Year ago +4

      He is even in more disbelief now that those emails came out. 😬

    • Mikey
      Mikey Year ago

      @Dominic Pizzo definitely, he looked like he knew it was gunna happen the whole time

    • kelsey whitlatch
      kelsey whitlatch Year ago +6

      Probably because the refs have been screwing him since Oakland when they gave Brady the ball back in the tuck game… he must have pissed off the refs in this game too 😆

  • Doug Jenkins
    Doug Jenkins Year ago +10

    I remember going to this game and being cocky enough to leave with 7 minutes left in the 4th. My brother and I were in disbelief as we listen on the radio (Gene Deckeroff) Peyton Manning score 21 points and grinded the Bucs Defense in OT. Still one of the worst losses I have seen as a 35+ year Bucs Fan!

  • Brandon Jones
    Brandon Jones 4 months ago +67

    This game was an example of what can happen with a little bit of luck (the onside kicks) and when you give Peyton Manning time in the pocket. He could pick you apart. It didn't hurt at all that he had Marvin Harrison and Reggie Wayne at receiver.

    • mpup54
      mpup54 3 days ago

      no, it was decided by the refs, who clearly didnt want Tampa to win.

    • mQ
      mQ Month ago

      @Leo Getz yeah that's sort of the definition of 'luck.' Obviously there was skill involved but statistically speaking you need some "luck" for this to take place.

    • Leo Getz
      Leo Getz Month ago +1

      @Kool "Luck" they scored 3 TD's in 5 minutes to send it to OT

    • Kool
      Kool Month ago

      yet they only won from luck. luck about the leaping penalty, luck of it bouncing off the post.

    • Dolores Chansey
      Dolores Chansey 2 months ago

      @LibertarianPunk Yes. Should have been 2OT. Could have been over without an OT.

  • Draw Down Dave
    Draw Down Dave 3 months ago +28

    Oh how I remember this going on 20 years later...because I had turned the game off with about 5 minutes left to go, KNOWING we had lost. My shock the next morning was palpable. I wasn't even happy (yet) that we won...just mad as hell I had missed it.

    • Unlugy
      Unlugy Month ago

      lucky for us this doesnt happen to much anymore with social media and 24/7 sports new cycles

    • Rodrigo de Miguel Lamminen
      Rodrigo de Miguel Lamminen Month ago

      The fear of this happening never allows me to leave a stadium or stop watching a game

  • Kenmotherfuckin' Eaton
    Kenmotherfuckin' Eaton 4 months ago +26

    I remember watching this MNF game live with my boy who is a die hard Bucs fan and myself an absolute Colts fan right off the rip. Needless to say there was plenty of shots taken at each other during the game especially from him for 56 minutes then... Boom Manning!! My boy then made quite a quick escape but we work together so the next morning was absolute gold!! 💯

  • Mango891
    Mango891 Year ago +54

    This is the most incredible game ending that I (and the rest of the world) have ever seen! And, to hear John Madden's voice again after he passed away was icing on the cake!

    • Tony P
      Tony P Month ago

      Nah.. Super Bowl LI

    • Adam
      Adam 4 months ago

      You mean the shitty leaping call ?

    • Jay Santos
      Jay Santos 4 months ago

      Fourth quarter comeback yeah, O was BORING and ended with an assinine penalty call.

    • The Last Block
      The Last Block 4 months ago

      I would say giants vs patriots in the Super Bowl in 07 was one of the greatest games to date especially that final drive was NUTS beating Brady in the final 2 minutes

    • Stacie Orico
      Stacie Orico 11 months ago

      реальная сталь
      real'naya stal'

  • TheScandoman
    TheScandoman Month ago

    Not as goodnas the Vikings 21 point comeback against the Browns in 2.5 minutes!
    ('82, IIRC...Rashad was still playing...)

  • StealthySpace7
    StealthySpace7 Month ago

    So nice to hear his voice again

  • Allen Hitchens
    Allen Hitchens Month ago

    You didn’t put in the description that the Colts got a ton of help from the refs

  • 302cody
    302cody 3 years ago +1092

    Just goes to show throughout history: when the announcer talks about the kicker’s completion percentage or praises the kicker, it’s an automatic jinx.

    • rudy montana
      rudy montana 3 months ago

      Jinx, do you believe in vampires too ?

    • Alex Tillman
      Alex Tillman 3 months ago

      It's because the announcers always say stuff before it happens whether it's good or bad, it's called being RIGGED!!!

    • Robert Sanders
      Robert Sanders Year ago +1

      Gary Anderson any body! 😆

    • LynnS
      LynnS Year ago +2

      I know right! I hate why the announcers jinx the team! I just when they say something before it happens!! I’m like, Noooooooo!!

    • Alex Avila
      Alex Avila Year ago +1

      No joke. I hate that. "He hasnt missed in over 40 attmepts" next attempt wide left hahaha. Never fails. Just like in basbeall..... You dont talk about a no hitter during a no hitter.

  • Ricardo Masvidal
    Ricardo Masvidal Year ago +17

    I love a good comeback, it always feels like you're watching something historic happening

    • Mark Mac
      Mark Mac 2 months ago

      i'll never forget the Bills vs Oilers comeback.

    • Rob Lockhart
      Rob Lockhart Year ago +1

      They should play this for kids in schools for inspiration

  • Linda Merchant
    Linda Merchant Month ago

    Scott norwood's missed field goal in super bowl 25 in last seconds

  • Georgia Constitution Media

    Leaping..... looked up bad call 😮and this showed up 😢

  • RMX_Indiana
    RMX_Indiana 4 months ago +19

    Such great years in Indy during Manning's years. Our Colts haven't been the same since Peyton left.

    • Doodoo Swaggy
      Doodoo Swaggy 2 months ago

      trash-ass franchise didn't deserve that many years of him and then Luck afterwards.

    • Cleveland Girl
      Cleveland Girl 3 months ago +3

      You mean, since the owner of the Colts gave up on Peyton-for Andrew Luck. Where is he now??? 😊

    • will224488guy
      will224488guy 3 months ago +2

      @RMX_Indiana So many close playoff losses. Could have had a few.

    • RMX_Indiana
      RMX_Indiana 3 months ago +1

      @will224488guy Could have been 2 but our defense didn't hold up. Was still a great era though

    • will224488guy
      will224488guy 3 months ago +2

      So unfortunate they only got one Superbowl while he was there.

  • dlincourt1
    dlincourt1 3 years ago +1713

    NFL officiating really hasn't improved much from then until now.

    • mpup54
      mpup54 3 days ago

      oits funny how they trashed the replacement refs when they are just as bad, if not worse

    • Jayden Bridges
      Jayden Bridges Month ago

      @Ric H cry about it

    • Jayden Bridges
      Jayden Bridges Month ago

      Bet you'll quit crying about it when it starts to favor your team tho right?

    • James Erath
      James Erath Month ago

      And we need faster receivers for f*** sake, the only good ingredients on offense are Nelson and Jonathan Taylor and Pittman's just a solid number two he'll never be better and the defense has some interesting parts we're good on defense we got stiff on Gilmore anchor in the secondary decent linebackers Buckner up front I mean we got some good pieces on defense they played well yesterday but Minnesota was just clearly on a comeback trail mission. Colts or any other team they just weren't to be denied yesterday I obviously never seen nothing like it no one has no no way as anyone else in the world it's first time it's ever happened

    • Al Wilson
      Al Wilson Month ago

      @Kevin At leas there was contact of some kind with the punter. And, by the way, no fan here of TB or the Colts.

  • Al Bundy
    Al Bundy Year ago +18

    I still remember watching this game. Peyton was phenomenal!!!

  • Ragnar Helsson
    Ragnar Helsson 4 months ago +17

    I remember watching this live and being absolutely amazed. Was totally dumbfounded how they were able to pull off 21 points in 4 minutes.

  • Sean Anderson
    Sean Anderson Year ago +76

    Colts fan from Indy. This was the game where our fans learned to never walk out on a legend

    • Martin Wilson
      Martin Wilson 2 months ago +2

      I thought the Roughing the Kicker penalty in OT was complete horsesh*t.


    As a longtime colts fan, this reminded me most of how unreliable MV was as a kicker. Dude was untouchable 99% of the time, but couldn’t make a clutch kick to save his life.

    • Todd POWERS
      Todd POWERS Month ago

      Get him liquored up.

    • VaIkiam
      VaIkiam 3 months ago

      @Macy Sondheim sucks to be you.

    • First name Last name
      First name Last name 3 months ago +3

      Oh no you wasn’t impressed? That’s awful, I’m so sorry for you lol guy.

    • Gordon Love
      Gordon Love 4 months ago

      @Macy Sondheim you're a sad person

    • Macy Sondheim
      Macy Sondheim 4 months ago

      @VaIkiam haha really? Damn sucks for u. I’ve seen way better kicks than that b4. It was decent, but tbh I wasn’t even that impressed…

  • Tim Wing
    Tim Wing Year ago +308

    I was watching this game in my dorm room at University of Maine. Everyone I know turned the game off but I've never been one to turn a game off until the end. Especially with someone like Manning or Brady at QB. One of the best regular season comebacks ever.

    • Ona Kin
      Ona Kin 2 months ago +2

      I went to USM

    • Tim Wing
      Tim Wing 4 months ago +1

      @Wildest Cowboy you should be a comedian

    • Wildest Cowboy
      Wildest Cowboy 4 months ago

      @Tim Wing Tim I'll bet you tossed ALOT of salad's over the course of your degree.

      BIG BLUBURRY Year ago +1

      Bucs: oy vey man we just lost a game to the Manning Colts when we had the 21 point lead, wow that sucked, watch out for those QBs man
      Flacons: yea whatever

    • IamSkippy
      IamSkippy Year ago +1

      It’s one of the only ticket stubs 🎫 to a game that would be impressive to see. _You would want to know the story of being there and if the ticket holder stayed._

  • Beetle Juice
    Beetle Juice Year ago +12

    I remember watching this live. Still my all time favorite game.

  • Mark Davis
    Mark Davis 3 months ago +1

    This was Dungy (former Bucs coach) against Gruden (his replacement). Most of the Bucs players were the team that Dungy built, and he knew how to beat them. Of course, this is also the year that the Bucs went on to beat the Raiders (Jon Gruden's former team) in Super Bowl 37. I lived in Tampa Bay at that time, and was upset that Dungy was fired, happy that Gruden was hired, elated that the Bucs won the SB, and disappointed that Gruden (A Plant City, Florida native) didn't stick around. That was all Malcolm Glazer's doing (Dungy and Gruden's departures from the team).

  • Jason Sporl
    Jason Sporl 4 months ago +7

    I was at this game! It was Tony Dungy's birthday. We were beating them so bad half the fans left in the 3rd quarter! There were more people in the stand in OT than the 4th quarter! Most people I knew went to bed, and found out the next morning we lost. The game ended at 1 in the morning. This was the end of the Bucs team Dungy built. Gruden won the SB with them, then he ripped it apart!

  • Maranatha
    Maranatha 3 months ago +1

    I watched this game live. I remember starting my homework after the game got out of hand then becoming glued to the action in the last 4 minutes and found myself cheering for the Colts. This game made me a Manning fan. The years that followed with painful playoff blowouts with the Broncos vs. Colts made me appreciate Manning's skill. Little did I know at the time Manning would be the QB for my Broncos next Super Bowl victory.
    I wouldn't trade the Broncos fan arch over the last 25 years with any other team in pro sports. 4 Super Bowls, 3 victories, Elway, Plummer, -Cutler- , Tebow, Manning. The 2010 Tebow year was the most fun I've ever had watching football. Tebow had an immeasurable impact on the game and it was his success that led to Manning choosing the Broncos in 2011. Now, with Russell Wilson (Jake Plummer 2.0) Broncos fans have a new hope.

  • Ed McCaffrey
    Ed McCaffrey 2 years ago +1007

    Peyton Manning is the greatest offensive coordinator to ever play QB.

    • Just_Random
      Just_Random 11 months ago +1

      @jon snipe he came back from a 21 point deficit against the Pats in the AFC championship….that was the superbowl that year!!!

    • Joe Magarac
      Joe Magarac Year ago

      @EZshock The same team went 18-0 and barely lost in the SB the year before. 2008 Pats didn’t make it to the playoffs, but Cassell did with the Chiefs.

    • paysonfox88
      paysonfox88 Year ago

      That's the same exact comment given by Pat McAfee and a couple of Pittsburgh Steeler players when they talked about 2013 Peyton Manning.
      They said that Manning was like a offensive coordinator who could throw a football. Ike Taylor said it was cheating to have him play for your team.

    • Steve Sherman
      Steve Sherman Year ago

      @EZshock 377 rushing given up to the Jaguars of all teams. And jags were just … running out the clock.

    • broderick Crawford
      broderick Crawford Year ago +1

      @Kazokadas no disrespect to you bro but I'm not gonna go into a long spill about Brady but he's the goat and it's not even close at this point. We could go back and forth all day. I'm not gonna argue with going people. Top 5 QBs of all time
      1. Brady
      2. Peyton
      3. Montana
      4. Unitas
      5. Elway
      t5. Marino

  • sdgakatbk
    sdgakatbk Month ago

    I think the refs gifted this one to the Colts.

  • SlicedBread
    SlicedBread Year ago +70

    Peyton is the greatest offensive coordinator of all time.

    • Beau Burrell
      Beau Burrell Month ago +1

      @National Sports Entertainment oh God. Give us evidence before you make one of the most outlandish statements I have read in year's. Conspiracies come true, but this one is like thinking your hand slingshot could murder someone from a mile away.

    • Phil Leotardo
      Phil Leotardo 3 months ago +3

      @Nick Porter r/whoosh

    • Nick Porter
      Nick Porter 3 months ago +1

      @National Sports Entertainment Nice. I tend to agree. NFL is the perfect game to control with all the variables.

    • Gtyme Wach
      Gtyme Wach 3 months ago


  • Joseph D. Broseph
    Joseph D. Broseph Month ago

    Refs gave this to the colts my goodness

  • Far Drives
    Far Drives 4 months ago +4

    Wow - that onside kick was recovered by the Colts too. John Madden announcing a legendary game by Manning, couldn't ask for more. This is about the time refs started controlling games too much, in my opinion.

  • ExExtrovert
    ExExtrovert Year ago +788

    As insanely awesome as this comeback was, it is sadly tainted by an egregious penalty on the missed field goal.

    • MTG New England
      MTG New England Month ago

      It's incredible to watch NFL fans defend the bad calls. The worst part about this sport is how many games are decided by the referees and not the players - and yet some fans defend it. I stopped watching the NFL years ago due to this.

    • Rodney Bray
      Rodney Bray 2 months ago +1

      @darklordojeda I agree with you. Looks terrible, but that was the rule and kudos to the ref for applying the rule as written. Basically, if you're going to get a running start, don't you dare make contact with another player. Reason? Making contact can keep you elevated longer than normal, and that is not allowed. In this case, it didn't look like he was staying elevated due to contact, but just because he chose a game winning attempt to break the rule doesn't mean it shouldn't be called. Overall, a negative end to a great last 16 minutes of football.

    • Jason Britt
      Jason Britt 3 months ago

      @Ross Robertson his knee was down before he went out

    • Tyler Ingle
      Tyler Ingle 3 months ago

      @L3GENDARY LAG bro he read the rule to us after that. You don’t have to use someone to get higher lol. If you line up more than 1 yard behind the LOS, jump, and contact a body on the way down while going up to block a field goal, that is leaping. Bad rule? Yeah. Bad call? Not at all

      LET'S GO BRANDON! 3 months ago

      @Ross Robertson knee was def down, couldn't tell where the ball was

  • John Ward
    John Ward 4 months ago +254


    • David Rich
      David Rich Day ago

      @James Street

    • mpup54
      mpup54 3 days ago

      and they want to make sports betting legal across the country?

    • Scott Boyer
      Scott Boyer 10 days ago

      I'm not even a Tampa Fan, and was certainly rooting for the Colts at the time, but that call ruined the entire game, total BS.

    • Zach
      Zach 14 days ago

      So was the running into the kicker.

    • Sam Montes
      Sam Montes 16 days ago

      @Al Wilson that roughing call wasn’t bs?

  • The Sandman
    The Sandman 3 months ago +1

    As a Broncos fan I was truly blessed to have 2 of the greatest to ever play the game. Elway in my opinion had the best arm and Manning had more knowledge of the game than anyone that ever put on a helmet. If he ever decides to coach a team, it would be amazing to watch. But you never know. Elway can't manage a football team. The only good thing did was bring in Manning.

  • paul williamson
    paul williamson 4 months ago +27

    "If you are going to doink the pipe you want it to go in after the doink." The man is a treasure. Thank you Mr. Madden.

  • Hiroe Hayes
    Hiroe Hayes Month ago +1

    Tampa totally got ripped off. Bad call on first kick attempt, missed !

  • DripCat
    DripCat Year ago +531

    Colts win rate: 3%
    Manning: so you're saying there's still a chance

    • mclohan
      mclohan Year ago +2

      @Coldoroki give them a break bro. Obviously they are insecure about their opinions so they are just trying to convince themselves

    • Coldoroki
      Coldoroki Year ago +4

      And of course people bring Brady in a convo he has nothing to do with smh it’s so annoying

    • Abe Bueno de Mesquita
      Abe Bueno de Mesquita Year ago +1

      never tell him the odds

    • Ryan Layne
      Ryan Layne Year ago +7

      Shit was down to 1.18% at one point

    • Natron FatuMallafalla
      Natron FatuMallafalla Year ago +7

      Manning > Brady

  • Zachary watts
    Zachary watts 2 months ago

    Yo that was a lot of help from the refs

  • Jason
    Jason 2 months ago +3

    Lol. Man, this is Manning doing what Manning does. I remember watching this game live with my Dad. He went to bed, thinking the game was over. I knocked on his door and told him the Colts had taken it to Overtime. He came back out and watched the rest of the game with me. A great memory

    • 死にたい
      死にたい 27 days ago

      It's cool to see others have good memories with their dads while Manning is on their team. My dad and I are Denver fans, and during his time with them we would watch pretty much every game. I remember watching Denver set a field-goal record (I think it was 63 yards) and my dad was like "you're watching history right now". Always stuck with me. My dad and I both have Manning jerseys, and we used to wear them together while we watched the Broncos play, though unfortunately mine doesn't fit me anymore. Really good memories... Hell, even Wilson is giving me good memories. When Denver went against Kansas City the first time this year, we expected a blowout. The game wasn't on so I was watching some show with my brother while my dad watched a podcast covering the game. It was bad at first; it was like 20-0 KC, but then suddenly each update my dad gave was more and more positive and he seemed excited to tell me and my brother each time they scored a touchdown. I think that'll stick with me too, and even if Wilson isn't doing too hot right now, it's still nice to have a good memory associated with this hell of a season.

  • YungFlexxer
    YungFlexxer Year ago +25

    if you watch the game winning field goal ( 23:08 ) , and you put the speed down to 0.25, you can see that the kick was actually going wide but took a deflection which led to it going in

  • Nathan Sapp
    Nathan Sapp 6 months ago +7

    This game made me a Peyton Manning die-hard fan! I remember watching this in college.

  • Oceann Tye
    Oceann Tye 2 years ago +1588

    Coach : we have a 3% chance of pulling this one off and only got 1 timeout left..
    Manning : Omaha..

    • thereal nynetynyne
      thereal nynetynyne 4 months ago

      @Oceann Tye lol

    • Oceann Tye
      Oceann Tye 4 months ago

      @thereal nynetynyne yeah my comment did not age well

    • Larry H
      Larry H Year ago +1

      Brad Johnson had the ugliest facemask ever

    • thereal nynetynyne
      thereal nynetynyne Year ago +5

      Tampa the first super team? Hardly, maybe post cap but those players got signed AFTER Brady to make it the super team it is now. 49ers of the 80s and 90s the Dallas dynasty years were all super teams, that was all pre cap. Those guys went there for a ring cuz they knew Brady would deliver

    • Oceann Tye
      Oceann Tye Year ago +3

      @thereal nynetynyne you guys act like Brady went to a team worse than the Patriots and brought them a he went to a super team..the NFL’s first at that. I like Manning can’t wait to see his nephew ball out!!

  • The Patriot Matrix
    The Patriot Matrix 2 months ago

    I was a Colts fan for this game and even I could tell that the "leaping" call was BS. Still, an absolutely amazing come-back for the Colts.

  • tigmo55
    tigmo55 4 months ago +6

    Thanks for the fantastic video! I remember watching this game late at night back in my college days. I remember going in and checking it out with the score 35-21 and it was like me and maybe 1-2 other people. By the end of the game, it was a PACKED room. Great memories! And hearing Al Michaels and John Madden was such a joy as well.

  • Ramen Rains
    Ramen Rains 11 months ago +57

    I’m thankful I grew up watching Peyton Manning. My favorite QB of all time.

    • Killa Kays
      Killa Kays 13 days ago

      now we are adults about to watch his nephew Arch Manning. hope he can live up to the hype

  • JohnnyNonny218
    JohnnyNonny218 Month ago

    That call at the end... on rice... smh... i'd be insanely pissed.

  • Cody Cregger
    Cody Cregger Year ago +320

    I really miss hearing these two announce, especially Madden

    • Wes T
      Wes T Year ago

      @J Chris colinsworth and Al Michaels are a solid combo RIP John Madden

    • Porkins_Jr
      Porkins_Jr Year ago

      @J Opinions are like assholes, right?

    • J
      J Year ago +4

      @Porkins_Jr al michaels doesn’t suck lmao

    • fade ojo
      fade ojo Year ago

      @Rock The Red 8 not anymore… 😔

    • fade ojo
      fade ojo Year ago

      @Brendan Sinyard sadly not anymore 😔

  • Dmkfactor
    Dmkfactor 4 months ago +3

    What a great memory! I use to live in Florida, and worked nights at a hospital. I remember watching this ending in the break room! Great to see and hear the names and players from 20 years ago! Plus having Madden calling this just brings back great memories of watching NFC games on CBS as a kid too! Him and Summerall were the best in the 80s!

  • Andrew Strom
    Andrew Strom 4 months ago +15

    Could you imagine if you were one of the fair weather fans who walked out, but then heard later of this amazing comeback?? Hahaha

    • ski81a
      ski81a 3 months ago +1

      they were bucs fans, they missed thier team imploding.

    KaMiTeC NATIVE Year ago +9

    Look at the THROWING POWER perfect passes

  • David Ibarra
    David Ibarra 3 months ago

    That was an awesome comeback from a true legend. Manning was the best in my book. But as always, penalties rule the NFL.

  • Mitch
    Mitch 2 years ago +280

    I love the look on Grudens face. Almost as if he knows what’s coming but he still can’t stop it.

    • Nicholas Daw
      Nicholas Daw Year ago

      At the end of regulation his face was like huh well alright then

    • Mo_Jamma90
      Mo_Jamma90 Year ago +2

      Basically his current tenure with the Raiders. That defense lets him down time n time again and he gets the bit of the blame

    • Gulag00
      Gulag00 Year ago +1

      Time stamp?

    • RossKempOnYourMum01
      RossKempOnYourMum01 2 years ago +4

      It's like watching a sports bet on a favourite lose. You need to do something to affect the game momentum in that situation, not watch passively

  • Let's Go Brandon
    Let's Go Brandon Year ago +8

    Hearing Madden as the one of the commentators is nostalgic especially clickin on this after his passing so glad this guy is immortalized on so many different platforms

  • Matthew Chase
    Matthew Chase 5 months ago +2

    Man I miss this Colts era! The triplets: Manning, Harrison & Wayne!!!❤❤❤🏈👍

  • Jason Slowiak
    Jason Slowiak 4 months ago +2

    The game where we beat tom Brady and new england by one point was still my favorite game all time!

  • Steam Deck Gamer
    Steam Deck Gamer 3 months ago

    The Colts are my favorite team. I stopped watching the game early because I thought they would lose, but to my surprise, I missed the greatest comeback of all time, and it was against the defending Superbowl champions.

  • Don Reed
    Don Reed Year ago +230

    Bucs fan here. I was at this game. This loss was painful. Funny, I had forgotten this was a Dungy v Gruden match up. It’s a painful memory. Old Bucs fans don’t get to celebrate big leads often but we had a big lead at halftime. It was a party near the Pirate ship but it ended in tears. Gotta give Dungy and Colts props for not giving up. That leaping penalty is still ridiculous. We felt like we were cheated by that call and giving Colts a second chance to win it.

    • Cam
      Cam 2 months ago

      No it wasn't lol. The kicker sold the hell outta that flop

    • Jared
      Jared 2 months ago

      You got to celebrate a big lead in the previous year's Super Bowl.

    • Keith Davis
      Keith Davis 2 months ago

      @BillyBob Hammer 😂😂😂🤡

    • Brandon B.
      Brandon B. 2 months ago

      That was a dirty call at the end. We all know the refs were rooting for the colts.

    • BillyBob Hammer
      BillyBob Hammer 2 months ago

      This was the era when the NFL wanted to build a new Colts' stadium with taxpayer money. The Colts were gifted numerous wins to make that happen, and the league then moved on to another city to fleece.

  • Daniel Barnes
    Daniel Barnes Month ago

    If he did the comeback in 4 minutes why is the video 23 minutes long?

  • joseph castro
    joseph castro Month ago

    Gruden can’t believe it

  • D Rex
    D Rex 11 months ago +2

    I remember watching this game live and turned it off with 5 minutes remaining. That is why you ALWAYS watch to the end folks.

  • Michael Russell
    Michael Russell Year ago +4

    One of my favorite games of all time. I remember watching it live and remember the comments that some Bucs players made in the first half about Manning. Their comments did not age well.

    • Stacie Orico
      Stacie Orico 11 months ago

      реальная сталь
      real'naya stal'

  • Drink More Water
    Drink More Water 4 years ago +82

    As a Bucs fan this was gut wrenching. This was officially the start of our downward spiral, 15 years and counting. We haven't recovered since. 😳

    • ballin
      ballin Year ago

      Now you have

    • TC Da Capo
      TC Da Capo Year ago

      @Drink More Water yeah the Wirfs injury was huge vs. Rams, but even being shorthanded Bucs almost pulled the time, just watch out for Kupp, he's a game breaker.

    • Drink More Water
      Drink More Water Year ago

      @TC Da Capo No idea, hope he does. We had a few key injuries (Godwin and Wirfs), not to mention the AB saga, that would have given us a better chance if we were whole. Hoping he considers that and gives it one more shot.

    • TC Da Capo
      TC Da Capo Year ago

      @Drink More Water isn't Tom coming back for another season? That defense is still loaded too

    • Drink More Water
      Drink More Water Year ago

      @TC Da Capo Not after this past Sunday 😭

  • Chris Ferrari
    Chris Ferrari Year ago +6

    Manning was throwing on point this is the best performance I've seen from a quarterback this is literally impossible to do holy shit. And I'm a giants fan till I die

  • Chris Neese
    Chris Neese 3 months ago +3

    This was such an awesome comeback win and to hear John madden and Al Michaels as the commentators was truly amazing best commentating duo in my time I’m only 36 but they were a great duo

    • Mark Mac
      Mark Mac 2 months ago

      for me it was Madden and Summerall.

  • Byington Bros 🇺🇦

    This is why Manning is the true GOAT and it's sad that people forget how great of a combo him and marvin Harrison were.

    • TheWolfdoctor
      TheWolfdoctor Month ago

      @Joseph Coleman シ If Brady had a normal offensive line, he'd have no superbowls.

    • Joseph Coleman シ
      Joseph Coleman シ Month ago

      @TheWolfdoctor if brady had moss as long as manning had harrison hed have14 superbowls

    • TheWolfdoctor
      TheWolfdoctor Month ago +1

      @Joseph Coleman シ Brady has always had unbelievable protection. If Elway or Manning had that protection, they each would have won 10 Super Bowls.

    • Byington Bros 🇺🇦
      Byington Bros 🇺🇦 3 months ago

      @Joseph Coleman シ He had way more time with good receivers

    • Joseph Coleman シ
      Joseph Coleman シ 3 months ago

      If Brady had the receivers Manning had he'd even get more GOAT votes than he does now
      The one year he played with Moss he crushed the league..

  • Thomas Forbes
    Thomas Forbes Year ago +2

    I remember this game, loved to watch Manning play.

  • JaQues Simmons
    JaQues Simmons 4 years ago +132

    The NFL vault is the greatest thing to happen for the NFL in a long time

  • J Stew
    J Stew Year ago +3

    Just wanted to see some old school Manning, rip Madden the legend will live on

  • I told you so.
    I told you so. 4 months ago +4

    I feel sorry for the people that left with only 4 mins left. They miss a hell of a game.

  • MrGoldenFoxHD
    MrGoldenFoxHD 4 months ago +3

    Wow I forgot just how stacked both of these teams were back in the day!

  • TC Da Capo
    TC Da Capo Year ago +4

    I remember waking up the next morning and seeing the Colts won and I thought "how?" Now I know...

  • jasonfire34
    jasonfire34 4 years ago +54

    As a Peyton Manning fan growing up this was one of my favorite memories. Thanks for posting!

    • Brett Robinson
      Brett Robinson 4 years ago +3

      Had to watch the man torture my beloved Hawgs for 3 straight years! He should've won the Heisman trophy in 1997.

    FRANK203CASTLE 2 months ago

    I'm a Pats fan and I gotta say I miss watching Manning and Brady throw down. Even regular season games were like watching a super bowl. I know almost everyone on the colts team back then and it was nothing but a little fear, hate, and respect. Probably the best match up of that decade.

  • Jason Mariani
    Jason Mariani 3 months ago

    These were the best years the NFL ever had. Memories I have of this era are wonderful, special, almost magical time. The sounds the stage, beat years of my life

  • Nick
    Nick 4 months ago

    I remember watching this live when I was a kid. My dad bet on the BUCS. They were champs the year before and my dad went to bed thinking it was over

  • Roger Powers
    Roger Powers Month ago

    The fact that it took 12 minutes just for 4 minutes of play to finish is why football can be insanely boring

  • Parable Productions
    Parable Productions 4 years ago +959

    The leaping call was rough, but there is NO WAY Tampa actually recovered that second onside-kick. That ball must have changed hands on the ground.

    • MT Promises
      MT Promises 2 years ago

      @Sean Murphy : he got one more since I typed that a year ago. Props to him for that.

    • Sean Murphy
      Sean Murphy 2 years ago

      @MT Promises the LaBron...? LaBron has rings (chips) What are you talking about?

    • John Busciglio
      John Busciglio 3 years ago

      Think that's bad, go check out the bert Emanuel rule.

    • Chris Morris
      Chris Morris 3 years ago

      Forgetting last year nfc championship game about the PI against the Rams that was never called, therefore causing the saints the game... Worse non call in history in my opinion, clearly pass inference

    • Zachary Fossum
      Zachary Fossum 3 years ago

      Sorry, I'm only 21 so I was really young when this aired, but couldn't the Colts have challenged it? Not sure when challenges were implemented