The Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns made the mark on ESPN.com's list of the top 25 individual playoff performances of all time. This was voted upon by a trio of ESPN.com experts: senior writers John Clayton and Jeffri Chadiha and NFC West blogger Mike Sando.
Here's where the Steelers and Browns stand in the rankings:
16. Steelers wide receiver Lynn Swann vs. Cowboys in Super Bowl X: In the Steelers' 21-17 victory, Swann caught four passes for 161 yards, including a 64-yard touchdown late in the fourth quarter that provided the winning margin. His juggling 53-yard reception while falling over a defender is one of the most memorable Super Bowl plays.
17. Browns quarterback Otto Graham vs. Rams in 1950 NFL title game: He completed 22 of 33 passes for 298 yards and four touchdowns and led all players with 99 rushing yards on 12 carries in a 30-28 victory. Down 28-27, Graham led the game-winning drive in the fourth quarter that ended with a Lou Groza field goal.
23. Steelers defensive end L.C. Greenwood vs. the Cowboys in Super Bowl X: He has the unofficial Super Bowl record with four sacks (the stat wasn't recognized until 1982) in Pittsburgh's 21-17 win over Dallas. Greenwood sacked Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach and forced a fumble on the first play of the game.
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