16. Vikings vs. Giants (2000)
Nobody pretends that Kerry Collins was a world-beater. But the Giants QB was a dependable operator with some massive moments. One of these came in the NFC Championship game. Fans will never forget how he threw five touchdowns against the Vikings. This was a nightmarish evening for Minnesota because nothing they did went right (via Sports Illustrated).
New York held them to nine first downs as Collins ran rampant. He was like a gunslinger in the Wild West as he went 28 for 39 in completed passes. In the end, it was a grim 41-0 shutout. Nobody in Minnesota likes to think about this game because it was so one-sided. It also wasn’t much of a spectacle for neutral fans because they want to see a competitive game.