The New York Giants and the Cleveland Browns, the top two teams in the Eastern Conference, faced off against each other on December 14, 1958. It was the last game of the regular season. The Browns were 9-2 and the Giants were 8-3. In a heavy snow storm, Pat Summerall kicked a game winning 47 yard field goal for the Giants, with just under two minutes to play. Summerall had missed on a 33 yard attempt, with five minutes left in the game. The Giants’ win set up a rematch playoff game with the Browns, which the Giants won 10-0. Having won the Eastern Conference Championship, the Giants went on to play the Baltimore Colts for the championship, in a game that is considered by many to be one of the greatest ever in the history of the NFL.