NFL Primetime: 2006 Wild Card Saturday (Romo Fumble, ESPN January 6th, 2007)
Stuart Scott, Ron Jaworski, and Mike Ditka host ESPN NFL Primetime for 2006 Wild Card Playoff Saturday. Featured is the infamous Tony Romo extra point funble that allowed the Seattle Seahawks to squeak past the Dallas Cowboys 21-20, and Indianapolis Colts trouncing the Kansas City Chiefs 23-8.



Game information

Dallas Cowboys' quarterback Tony Romo, a four-year veteran who earned the starting job and made the Pro Bowl for the first time in his career during the regular season, botched the hold on a potential game-winning field goal with 1:19 left in the fourth quarter, allowing the Seattle Seahawks to escape with a victory.


Despite quarterback Peyton Manning's three interceptions, the Indianapolis Colts out-gained the Kansas City Chiefs in total yards, 435–126, and first downs, 23–8. Indianapolis's defense forced three turnovers, four sacks, and prevented Kansas City from gaining a single first down until late in the third quarter. The game was never in question despite Manning's turnovers as Indy dominated Kansas City from start to finish to earn a trip to Baltimore.