1. AFC Championship Game vs. Jacksonville, 2018
In what appears to be the last home AFC Championship of Tom Brady’s career, we saw one of the most improbable wins of the entire dynasty.
By early in the fourth quarter, the Patriots had lost Gronk to injury for the rest of the game and were basically relying on Danny Amendola and Brandin Cooks offensively. To make matters worse, Dion Lewis fumbled away the ball when New England was already down 20-10. Furthermore, they faced a 3rd and 18 shortly after they got the ball back.
After converting the third down via a pass to Amendola, Brady would lead the team to two touchdown drives, giving them the lead with little time to spare.
Stephon Gilmore would all but seal the victory by knocking away an errant pass with less than two minutes to go. This game is typically overshadowed by last year’s title game and forgotten because the New England Patriots went on to lose to Philadelphia. However, it was easily the most exciting home game of the 2010s.
Honorable Mentions: 2012 Monday Night Football vs. Houston, 2014 Sunday Night Football vs. Cincinatti, 2017 vs. Houston