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Old 03-06-2015, 05:16 PM  
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Greatest comebacks for every NFL team

Courtesy of a search on pro football reference. It's sorted by the size of the comeback.

Team Opponent Final Score Greatest Deficit

Buffalo Bills Houston Oilers Jan 3, 1993* 41 38 32
Indianapolis Colts Kansas City Chiefs Jan 4, 2014* 45 44 28
San Francisco 49ers New Orleans Saints Dec 7, 1980 38 35 28
Cleveland Browns @ Tennessee Titans Oct 5, 2014 29 28 25
St. Louis Cardinals Tampa Bay Buccaneers Nov 8, 1987 31 28 25
Denver Broncos Seattle Seahawks Sep 23, 1979 37 34 24
Detroit Lions Baltimore Colts Oct 20, 1957 31 27 24
Houston Oilers @ Cincinnati Bengals Sep 23, 1979 30 27 24
Los Angeles Raiders @ Denver Broncos Sep 26, 1988 30 27 24
Los Angeles Rams @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers Dec 6, 1992 31 27 24
Miami Dolphins New England Patriots Dec 15, 1974 34 27 24
Minnesota Vikings San Francisco 49ers Dec 4, 1977 28 27 24
New England Patriots Denver Broncos Nov 24, 2013 34 31 24
Philadelphia Eagles @ Chicago Cardinals Oct 25, 1959 28 24 24
Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys Dec 15, 2013 37 36 23
New York Jets Miami Dolphins Oct 23, 2000 40 37 23
Atlanta Falcons @ New York Jets Oct 23, 1983 27 21 21
Baltimore Ravens Arizona Cardinals Oct 30, 2011 30 27 21
Cincinnati Bengals Seattle Seahawks Sep 6, 1981 27 21 21
Dallas Cowboys New Orleans Saints Oct 21, 1984 30 27 21
Houston Texans @ San Diego Chargers Sep 9, 2013 31 28 21
New Orleans Saints @ Cincinnati Bengals Dec 20, 1987 41 24 21
New York Giants @ Chicago Cardinals Oct 30, 1949 41 38 21
Pittsburgh Steelers @ Baltimore Ravens Oct 5, 1997 42 34 21
San Diego Chargers Seattle Seahawks Oct 9, 1983 28 21 21
Seattle Seahawks Tampa Bay Buccaneers Nov 3, 2013 27 24 21
Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Kansas City Chiefs Nov 2, 2008 30 27 21
Washington Redskins @ Detroit Lions Nov 4, 1990 41 38 21
Chicago Bears @ Arizona Cardinals Oct 16, 2006 24 23 20
Kansas City Chiefs @ New Orleans Saints Sep 23, 2012 27 24 18
Carolina Panthers Jacksonville Jaguars Sep 7, 2003 24 23 17
Jacksonville Jaguars @ Baltimore Ravens Nov 24, 1996 28 25 15

Feel free to ponder the fact that the Chiefs are one of only three teams to never have a 20-point comeback, and the other two have only been in existence for 20 years.
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Old 03-06-2015, 05:19 PM   #2
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The Chiefs have come back from 14-point deficits 15 times in their history. While that sounds bad, I think it's not too bad. You have to be down by 14+ first and then come back. I could imagine that it happens only about once every three or four years.

I bet the Raiders were pretty annoyed with the Chiefs in the late 1990s.

Kansas City Chiefs @ New Orleans Saints Sep 23, 2012 27 24 18
Kansas City Chiefs @ Oakland Raiders Oct 25, 1981 28 17 17
Kansas City Chiefs San Diego Chargers Dec 19, 1993 28 24 17
Kansas City Chiefs @ Green Bay Packers Oct 12, 2003 40 34 17
Kansas City Chiefs @ Indianapolis Colts Oct 9, 2011 28 24 17
Kansas City Chiefs @ San Diego Chargers Nov 2, 1986 24 23 16
Kansas City Chiefs @ Seattle Seahawks Nov 9, 1980 31 30 14
Kansas City Chiefs San Diego Chargers Dec 8, 1991 20 17 14
Kansas City Chiefs @ Los Angeles Raiders Nov 14, 1993 31 20 14
Kansas City Chiefs New York Giants Sep 10, 1995 20 17 14
Kansas City Chiefs @ Oakland Raiders Sep 8, 1997 28 27 14
Kansas City Chiefs @ Oakland Raiders Dec 26, 1998 31 24 14
Kansas City Chiefs @ Oakland Raiders Nov 28, 1999 37 34 14
Kansas City Chiefs @ Tennessee Titans Dec 13, 2004 49 38 14
Kansas City Chiefs @ Arizona Cardinals Oct 8, 2006 23 20 14
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Old 03-06-2015, 05:20 PM   #3
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Uh-oh. We've blown leads of 14+ points 22 times. That's not good.

Kansas City Chiefs @ Indianapolis Colts Jan 4, 2014* 44 45 28
Kansas City Chiefs Tampa Bay Buccaneers Nov 2, 2008 27 30 21
Kansas City Chiefs Philadelphia Eagles Oct 2, 2005 31 37 18
Kansas City Chiefs San Diego Chargers Dec 14, 2008 21 22 18
Kansas City Chiefs Oakland Raiders Jan 2, 2000 38 41 17
Kansas City Chiefs @ Houston Oilers Oct 24, 1965 36 38 17
Kansas City Chiefs @ Chicago Bears Nov 13, 1977 27 28 17
Kansas City Chiefs Los Angeles Raiders Oct 5, 1986 17 24 17
Kansas City Chiefs @ San Diego Chargers Nov 22, 1998 37 38 17
Kansas City Chiefs @ San Diego Chargers Sep 19, 1971 14 21 14
Kansas City Chiefs @ New England Patriots Sep 18, 1977 17 21 14
Kansas City Chiefs @ Oakland Raiders Dec 18, 1977 20 21 14
Kansas City Chiefs @ Los Angeles Raiders Oct 9, 1983 20 21 14
Kansas City Chiefs @ Seattle Seahawks Nov 27, 1983 48 51 14
Kansas City Chiefs @ Chicago Bears Nov 1, 1987 28 31 14
Kansas City Chiefs Chicago Bears Nov 21, 1993 17 19 14
Kansas City Chiefs @ Denver Broncos Dec 6, 1998 31 35 14
Kansas City Chiefs @ San Diego Chargers Oct 3, 1999 14 21 14
Kansas City Chiefs Denver Broncos Oct 20, 2002 34 37 14
Kansas City Chiefs @ Cleveland Browns Dec 3, 2006 28 31 14
Kansas City Chiefs @ Houston Texans Oct 17, 2010 31 35 14
Kansas City Chiefs Denver Broncos Dec 1, 2013 28 35 14
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Old 03-06-2015, 05:23 PM   #4
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Old 03-06-2015, 05:29 PM   #5
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Number of comebacks and blown leads of 14+ points.

Chiefs
15 comebacks
22 blown leads

Chargers
20 comebacks
24 blown leads

Broncos
26 comebacks (only 9 by Elway just so people don't attribute this to him)
18 blown leads

Raiders
27 comebacks
20 blown leads
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Old 03-06-2015, 05:44 PM   #6
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Most 14+ point comebacks in team history - Colts with 35
Most 14+ point blown leads in team history - Rams, Jets, and Redskins with 30


This isn't controlling by age, so you'd expect older teams to have more of both. The Jets are a surprise in this list.
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Old 03-06-2015, 05:54 PM   #7
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Mr. Rain Man - Why is the Charlie Brown in your sig wearing a red shirt? Is that a reference to the Chiefs primary color being red? If so, why not make the stripe yellow, (or "gold" as Chiefs fans are apt to call it)?
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Old 03-06-2015, 05:55 PM   #8
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Number of comebacks and blown leads of 14+ points.

Chiefs
15 comebacks
22 blown leads

Chargers
20 comebacks
24 blown leads

Broncos
26 comebacks (only 9 by Elway just so people don't attribute this to him)
18 blown leads

Raiders
27 comebacks
20 blown leads
I think you should add around 5 blown leads to the Broncos' total for that one year when the went 6-0 and missed the playoffs.

2006, wasn't it?
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Old 03-06-2015, 05:58 PM   #9
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Old 03-06-2015, 06:02 PM   #10
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Mr. Rain Man - Why is the Charlie Brown in your sig wearing a red shirt? Is that a reference to the Chiefs primary color being red? If so, why not make the stripe yellow, (or "gold" as Chiefs fans are apt to call it)?

I'll have to ask the random person who put it on the internet before I randomly found it. But yeah, the red kind of works.
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I think you should add around 5 blown leads to the Broncos' total for that one year when the went 6-0 and missed the playoffs.

2006, wasn't it?
Whichever year it was, I enjoyed it.
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Old 03-06-2015, 06:13 PM   #13
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Old 03-06-2015, 06:18 PM   #14
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This isn't the one listed for the Chargers in the OP, but it was also a 21 point deficit turned into a win. Probably the most amazing Chargers game I've ever watched.

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Old 03-06-2015, 06:20 PM   #15
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So Matt Cassel led the greatest comeback in Chiefs history. Pioli was right.
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