Decade's most clutch players - Indianapolis Colts
Drafted by Indy in 2002, Freeney was the AFC Defensive Player of the Year in 2005 and led the NFL in sacks in 2004 with 16.
James played with Indy from 1999 - 2005 and finished as the team's all-time leading rusher. His success on the ground is a major reason teams couldn't focus on Peyton Manning and the passing game all those years.
Drafted by the Colts in 1998, Manning is a four-time All-Pro selection and if you were looking for one quarterback for a game-winning drive, his name would be near the top of everyone's list.
Drafted in 2004 by the Colts, the often-injured safety was named 2007's AP Defensive Player of the Year. Indy is simply a much better team when Sanders is on the field and it's even more evident during the big games.
The star receiver was drafted by the Colts in 2001 and while Peyton Manning had a close relationship with Marvin Harrison, he many times would look for Wayne in key moments during the game.