1998 NFC Championship Game: Atlanta Falcons vs. Minnesota Vikings| NFL Full Game



The NFL presents the 1998 NFC Championship Game between the Atlanta Falcons & Minnesota Vikings!

11:13 – Chris Chandler throws 5-yard TD pass to Jamal Anderson

16:34 – Randall Cunningham finds Randy Moss for 30-yard TD

24:36 – Harold Green fumbles, recovered by Vikings

32:56 – Gary Anderson makes 29-yard FG

34:00 – O.J. Santiago fumbles, recovered by Vikings

38:55 – Cunningham rushes in for 1-yard TD

47:50 – Gary Anderson makes 35-yard FG

53:48 – Cunningham is strip sacked, fumble recovered by Falcons

55:18 – Chandler zings 14-yard TD pass to Terrance Mathis

1:14:51 – Morten Anderson makes 27-yard FG

1:25:06 – Cunningham slings 5-yard TD pass to Mathew Hatchette

1:30:58 – Morten Anderson makes 24-yard FG

1:38:30 – Vikings mishandle snap and Falcons recover fumble

1:41:48 – Falcons are unable to convert on 4th down

1:53:20 – Gary Anderson misses 38-yard FG

1:58:28 – Chandler finds Mathis for 16-yard TD

2:23:10 – Falcons begin game-winning drive

2:31:12 – Morten Anderson makes 38-yard FG to send Falcons to Super Bowl

Before the 1998 season, the Atlanta Falcons had only made the playoffs twice and never been to the NFC championship. During the 1998 season Atlanta won a franchise best 14 regular season games and advanced to the NFC championship to play the favorite 15-1 Minnesota Vikings. It looked bleak for the underdog Falcons, as they trailed 27-20 with four minutes to play and Gary Anderson about to kick a field goal, essentially icing the game. But he would miss the field goal and the Falcons would capitalize, scoring a touchdown to tie, then kicking the game winning field goal in OT to go to Super Bowl XXXIII.

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  • 11:13 – Chris Chandler throws 5-yard TD pass to Jamal Anderson

    16:34 – Randall Cunningham finds Randy Moss for 30-yard TD

    24:36 – Harold Green fumbles, recovered by Vikings

    32:56 – Gary Anderson makes 29-yard FG

    34:00 – O.J. Santiago fumbles, recovered by Vikings

    38:55 – Cunningham rushes in for 1-yard TD

    47:50 – Gary Anderson makes 35-yard FG

    53:48 – Cunningham is strip sacked, fumble recovered by Falcons

    55:18 – Chandler zings 14-yard TD pass to Terrance Mathis

    1:14:51 – Morten Anderson makes 27-yard FG

    1:25:06 – Cunningham slings 5-yard TD pass to Mathew Hatchette

    1:30:58 – Morten Anderson makes 24-yard FG

    1:38:30 – Vikings mishandle snap and Falcons recover fumble

    1:41:48 – Falcons are unable to convert on 4th down

    1:53:20 – Gary Anderson misses 38-yard FG

    1:58:28 – Chandler finds Mathis for 16-yard TD

    2:23:10 – Falcons begin game-winning drive

    2:31:12 – Morten Anderson makes 38-yard FG to send Falcons to Super Bowl

    NFL July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • 1:52:50 That 3rd down pass call makes NO SENSE…put the ball in the middle of the field for your straight ahead kicker!

    Mike Youngblood July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • This is probably the worst loss by a team in the history of the NFL. Absolute all around choke job

    Chuck Diesel July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • A little part of me just died son.

    Kurtis Hunt July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • still cant watch it after all these years FML

    favs a July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • ATL 30 MIN 27 (OT)

    Jack Peterson July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • I still can't watch this one in its entirety.

    J Hall July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • 1:00:05 the Droste effect

    Cory Falde July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • Vikings weren’t going to beat the Broncos in the SB imo

    zach rizzo July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • I remember this game, I really thought the Vikings were going to win it all, the first "greatest show on turf" but on another note at 8:21 1st qtr, they show Minnesota snow, but the blue skies of the 90's, now we have white outs, from those damn planes…blue skies and white snow, nothing more beautiful!!

    Joe Ceonnia July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • 1:53:10 Madden curses him.

    Eric Ruiz July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • It's 5/22/20 and I began my old NFL game review. After 5 months of classic College; the Schematic sameness of the NFL seems even more puzzling today. WHY did everyone run the same thing with same personnel? It's like watching Wisconsin Vs Stanford every single game. The offense every game is drawn up here. http://smartfootball.blogspot.com/2009/07/nfl-offense-what-is-it-why-does-every.html It's the same 10, maybe 20 plays. Thank God for the innovators; the Andy Reid, Doug Pederson, even Josh McDaniels for the Shotgun spread 2007 Patriots. There's SOOO many other ways to move the ball. 2019 Ravens unleashed the first Smashmouth Spread base offense; but it's at least 15 years old; it's almost 'Old School' now; Urban Meyer won titles in 2000's using it. And then again 2014.

    Walter White July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • Vikings pass rush is weak. Vikings are blitzing EVERY down; with no pressure resulting, always one LB A Gap Blitz; sometimes a safety. EVERY time FB or Jamal Anderson hits him hard. It's like the opposite of 01 Patriots SB; to punish Marshall Faulk by sending a rusher; the Backs are punishing a LB or a Safety EVERY play. Because they get blocked on the runs. BUT; they're actually decent against the run and Im finishing the 1st quarter.

    Walter White July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • Seeing this gave me PTSD…

    Meshach Mandel July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • I remember watching this when I was younger and being in shock when the falcons won this game…now watching it, I see how some situational stuff blew this game for Minnesota. Taking a knee with timeouts? Gary Anderson missing the kick, yeah, but there were points in this game where you just scratch your head and laugh.

    gheik July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • Beautiful ❣️

    Click It July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • Tim Dwight one of the fastest white nfl players

    Jose Gonzalez July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • That yellow dot has haunted my dreams.

    Czah5 July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • Vikings was ready for dirty bird Anderson but falcons kept the counter punch

    Richard Wilson July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • Mannn I remember that Game….. I broke my fricken Ankle… kicking a fire hydrant out side a bar I’m Minneapolis Mn. After the game. Ouch…. lol

    Marcus Yanez July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • 20 plus years later. I still can't watch this or the NFC Championship game.

    I was 16 at the time and I remember crying. Why the heck did they go for a more conservative offense in the second half. We should have just blown them out like they did with every other team that year.

    Robert Schilling July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • Griffith dropped 2 game clinchers on falcons game tying drive

    ShutUp Richard July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • Moss can make any average to decent QBs look like stars.

    Joseph July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • Damn!

    Brown Buffalo July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • I remember watching this game as a 8th grader. That year the Vikings blew out everyone and there offense was unstoppable with Moss. They beat my Cardinals in the previous round but I remember this game. I watched the game at my friends house. His dad cooked us breakfast and gave me my first beer lol and Viking went down like David vs Goleth, Tyson vs Buster Douglas. It was definitely an UPSET!!!

    Joshua Gonnie July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply
  • Forgot how epic trash the Vikings secondary was in this game. 6:00 min to go in the game with a 7 point lead……no excuses for losing this game. Still unreal.

    JR D July 8, 2020 9:33 am Reply

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