Lions Capture First Postseason Win Since 1957 | 1991 Divisional Playoffs | NFL Full Game

In honor Free Game Friday the NFL presents the 1991 Divisional Playoffs between the Dallas Cowboys and Detroit Lions.

9:22 Kramer 31-yard TD Pass

15:52 Kramer 16-yard Pass

20:52 Michael Irvin Catch for 1st Down

21:15 Michael Irvin Catch for Another 1st Down

26:51 Ken Willis 28-yard Field Goal

38:44 Mel Jenkins 41-yard Pick Six

45:00 Ken Willis 28-yard Field Goal

54:59 Eddie Murray 36-yard Field Goal

58:46 Troy Aikman Intercepted to end Half

1:10:32 Aikman Sacked by Lions

1:21:13 Kramer 9-yard TD Pass

1:23:17 Aikman Fumbles Snap, Lions Recover

1:29:21 Kramer 7-yard TD Pass

1:34:22 Aikman Fumbles Snap, Lions Recover

1:42:24 Barry Sanders 47-yard TD Run

1:54:43 Lions Final Play

The Detroit Lions had never been to an NFC Championship Game before 1991, but during that season they had 12-4 record and earned a divisional round home game against the Cowboys. The Lions dominated the game from start to finish behind the arm of Erik Kramer and headed to their first NFC Championship Game in franchise history.

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