Most clutch players and plays in Week 13
Finding the end zone
Louis Murphy's two touchdowns in the game's final 5 1/2 minutes -- including the game-winner with just nine seconds remaining -- helped the Raiders shock the Steelers in Week 13.
Steady down the stretch
With a perfect record on the line, very little time remaining in the fourth quarter and no timeouts with which to work, Drew Brees engineered an 80-yard touchdown drive in just 33 seconds to help the Saints force overtime against the Redskins. New Orleans went on to win the game.
Domenik Hixon's 79-yard punt return for a touchdown gave the New York Giants some critical breathing room in a big game against the Dallas Cowboys. It also was the Giants' longest play of the season.
Miami Dolphins linebacker Channing Crowder (center) picked a good time to grab his first career interception. He picked off Tom Brady at the Patriots 40 with 35 seconds left in the game to secure Miami's comeback victory in Week 13.
A winning trip back
Playing in Atlanta for the first time since his conviction on dogfighting charges, Michael Vick turned in a solid performance despite being met with a resounding chorus of boos from fans of his former team. He completed two passes for 48 yards and a touchdown and added another score with a five-yard run.