Jan. 20, 1991
Facing the two-time defending Super Bowl champion 49ers on the road in the NFC Championship game -- a team the Giants had already lost to during the regular season -- the New York defense knocked Joe Montana out of the game. The Giants scored the game-winning field goal as time elapsed after causing the only turnover late in the fourth quarter. The triumph is most remembered for kicker Matt Bahr yelling, "This is for the troops!" as the team celebrated its 15-13 victory. The Giants went on to beat Buffalo in Super Bowl XXV, which remains the only one-point win in Super Bowl history, memorable for the wide right field goal to close the game.