But where does it rank by margin overcome?
Here’s a look at the top four.
1992 wild card round: Bills 41, Oilers 38 -- 32 points
The Bills trailed 35-3 at the half. Led by their backup quarterback Frank Reich and three touchdown receptions, the Bills erased the deficit and took a late lead. Though the Oilers rallied to tie, the Bills prevailed on a Steve Christie field goal. They won their next two games as well, but lost in a rout to the Cowboys in the Super Bowl.
2013 wild card round: Colts 45, Chiefs 44 -- 28 points
The Colts trailed 31-10 at halftime and 38-10 with 13:39 remaining in the third quarter. Indianapolis outscored Kansas City 35-6 the rest of the way for a 45-44 victory. The 28-point comeback the second-largest in NFL postseason history.
Super Bowl LI: Patriots 34, Falcons 28 (OT) -- 25 points
The Patriots trailed 28-3 with 8 minutes, 31 seconds left in the third quarter, but pulled off one of the greatest comebacks in NFL history, if not sports championship history. They outscored the Falcons 31-0 the rest of the way. Tom Brady (Super Bowl record 466 passing yards) and James White (14 receptions and the winning touchdown) led New England to victory.
The Falcons led for 41 minutes, 18 seconds of game time. The Patriots did not lead until scoring the game-winning touchdown in overtime.
2002 wild card round: 49ers 39, Giants 38 -- 24 points
The 49ers trailed 38-14 at home in the second half vs the Giants. Jeff Garcia and Terrell Owens mounted a comeback. Owens caught nine passes for 177 and two touchdowns. Taj Streets scored the go-ahead touchdown with a minute left. The 49ers scored 25 unanswered points and won when the Giants botched the snap on a 40-yard field goal attempt as time ran out.
The 49ers lost to the eventual Super Bowl champion Buccaneers the following week.