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Joe Montana of the Kansas City Chiefs in action against the Denver Broncos (Photo by Joseph Poellot/Getty Images) *** Local Caption ***

21. Joe Montana slays John Elway on MNF (1994)

Anybody who watched this game will never forget it. In 1994, the Kansas City Chiefs were hoping to make one final run with Joe Montana at quarterback. Over in Denver, the Broncos were in the midst of trying to build something special with John Elway at the helm, along with talents such as Shannon Sharpe and Steve Atwater on the roster.

In Week 5, the Chiefs visited Denver for a Monday Night Football game which would go down in the annals as one of the best ever. The contest would go back and forth throughout, with Elway and Montana playing a high-stakes game of can you top this? With less than two minutes remaining, Elway scored on a quarterback draw to put Denver ahead 28-24.

Kansas City started the final drive from its own 25-yard line and watched as Montana put forth his final magical comeback. Montana drove the Chiefs to the Denver 5-yard line before the future Hall of Famer hit Willie Davis for the game-winning touchdown with seven seconds remaining. Montana ended the night with 393 passing yards and three touchdowns.

The game was an all-time classic that will be remembered for as long as football is played.

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