Most clutch players and plays in Week 7
No one-game wonder
Coming off a bye week with a 3-2 record, the Dallas Cowboys viewed their Week 7 game against the Falcons as one they had to win. Wide receiver Miles Austin (left) helped them achieve that goal, finishing the game with two touchdowns and 171 yards on six catches as the Cowboys earned a 37-21 victory.
Cedric Benson couldn't have asked to have a better game against his former team than he did in Week 7, running for a career-high 189 yards and one touchdown as the Bengals beat the Bears, 45-10.
Engineering a win
With his team facing an early 21-point deficit, New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees led the Saints on an impressive comeback charge. The Saints scored touchdowns on three straight drives in the second half, and Brees' two-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter gave New Orleans its first lead of the game.
Securing the win
With the 49ers trying to score late in the fourth quarter to keep their perfect record, Texans safety Eugene Wilson picked off San Francisco quarterback Alex Smith to clinch Houston's Week 7 win.
With the Vikings in position to take their first lead since the first quarter, Pittsburgh's Brett Keisel stripped Brett Favre. Linebacker LaMarr Woodley picked up the ball and ran it 77 yards down the field for a touchdown, putting the Steelers up 20-10.