NFL Network To Re-Air 2004 Packers-Seahawks Playoff Game, June 21

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Al Harris heads to the end zone in front of Seahawks WR Alex Bannister in overtime of the Packers' 33-27 victory in the 2004 NFC wild card playoff game.

A QUARTET OF CLASSICS!

Comebacks, bad weather and guarantees highlight the quartet of "NFL Classic" games airing on NFL Network this June.

NFL Classics features the complete network broadcasts of NFL regular season and playoff games with original announcers and graphics each Thursday at 8:00 PM ET in June with encore performances Fridays at 4:00 PM ET.

Following is the NFL Classics schedule for June:

June 7 at 8:00 PM ET

CBS, Jan. 2002 - Announcers Greg Gumbel and Phil Simms

Three inches of snow fell during the final game at New England's Foxboro Stadium. Kicker Adam Vinatieri sent the game into overtime with a 45-yard field goal five plays after the "Tuck Rule" overturned an apparent Patriots' fumble. Vinatieri won the game with a 23-yard kick in overtime as the Patriots defeated the Raiders 16-13.

June 14 at 8:00 PM ET

New England Patriots vs. Indianapolis Colts

CBS, Jan. 2007 - Announcers Jim Nantz and Phil Simms

Down 21-3 in the first half, Peyton Manning led the Colts to the biggest comeback in conference championship game history with 32 second-half points in a 38-34 win over the New England Patriots in last year's instant classic AFC Championship Game.

June 21 at 8:00 PM ET

Seattle Seahawks vs. Green Bay Packers

FOX, Jan. 2004 - Announcers Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Cris Collinsworth

A 52-yard interception-return touchdown by Packers defensive back Al Harris gave Green Bay a 33-27 overtime victory against Seattle in a 2003 NFC Wild Card game. Harris intercepted a pass thrown by Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, who exclaimed after Seattle won the OT coin toss: "We want the ball, and we're gonna score!"

June 28 at 8:00 PM ET

FOX, Jan. 2003 - Announcers Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Cris Collinsworth

It was the second largest comeback in NFL history. Down by more than three touchdowns late in the third quarter of a 2002 NFC Wild Card game, quarterback Jeff Garcia and the 49ers scored 25 unanswered points to defeat the Giants 39-38.

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