1982 Divisional Round vs Miami - Epic in Miami
2006 Regular Season vs Denver - L.T. Breaks TD Record
1995 Conference Championship vs Pittsburgh - The Play before The Stand
2008 Wild Card Round vs Indianapolis - Electric Sproles
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1982 Divisional Round
Epic in Miami
San Diego vs Miami
41 - 38
2 January, 1982
One of the greatest games in league history, the Epic in Miami, which some have called "the game no one should have lost". This play sent the game to overtime which even there, had two missed game-winning field goals before San Diego would eventually win it, 13 minutes and 52 seconds into overtime.
2006 Regular Season
L.T. Breaks TD Record
San Diego vs Denver
48 - 20
10 December, 2006
San Diego star, LaDainian Tomlinson, had one of the greatest seasons by any football player ever. Ending the season with 31 rushing touchdowns, he broke Shaun Alexander's record of 28 in a December game against Denver. With today's pass-heavy offenses, it's likely this record may stand for eternity.
1995 Conference Championship
The Play before The Stand
San Diego vs Pittsburgh
17 - 13
15 January, 1995
This conference final had it all for San Diego. The legendary Junior Seau had 16 tackles with a pinched nerve, Humphries found Martin on a 43-yard catch late in the 4th to take the lead, and then San Diego held Pittsburgh on 4 straight Goal-to-Go plays to clinch the conference championship.
2008 Wild Card Round
San Diego vs Indianapolis
23 - 17
11 November, 2008
In a playoff matchup against Manning's Indy team, the game into overtime where Darren Sproles bounced to the outside for a touchdown to win it. Only getting the start due to L.T being injured the week before, Sproles finished with 328 all-purpose yards, the 3rd highest in league playoff history.