Not all in order of occurrence, but... 1) Safety James Sanders who caught an interception at the NE 1-Yard line, which became a field goal. 2) WR Jabar Gaffney who snagged the go-ahead TD with 44 seconds remaining. 3) Linebacker Eric Alexander who stopped Mark Clayton at the 3 yard line after Clayton had snagged a hail-mary from Kyle Boller. 4) RB Laurence Maroney who had a career-high 79 receiving yards and a career-long 43-yard touchdown reception in this game. 5) Former Ravens D-Coordinator/Current Jets Head Chef... er Coach who called a very helpful timeout which ultimately kept the perfect regular season alive. The point of this thread is that three of these guys who remain on the team are often overlooked or sometimes even get treated to the stocks and a sound whipping. How many "Sanders isn't a play-maker" and "you wouldn't want to have to rely on Alexander" and "Maroney sucks/is made of glass/kissed my sister" posts have there been this year already? We enter this game with several players who could be classified as "unknown quantities" or "average players" and those are often the players who decide the outcome. Props to this article that reminded of the critical plays in that epic nail-biter of a game. Worth a read, for sure.