Weekly Winners

Week 1: Cushing leads comeback

Cushing helped the Texans overcome a 21-point deficit in his return from a knee injury.

Week 2: Rookie rallies Bills

EJ Manuel threw the winning TD pass with just six seconds left in game.

Week 3: Tannehill, Fins go to 3-0

Ryan Tannehill's last-minute touchdown pass kept the Dolphins unbeaten.

Week 4: Sherman's clutch pick six

Richard Sherman's late pick six assured that the Seahawks would remain undefeated.

Week 5: Broncos win shootout

Peyton Manning helped the Broncos overcome a 14-0 first-quarter deficit to earn a thrilling 51-48 win.

Week 6: Brady's stunning rally

Tom Brady threw the winning TD with just five seconds left in the game.

Week 7: Mario is super

Mario Williams' sack and forced fumble set up the Bills' winning field goal.

Week 8: Sneak caps epic win

Matthew Stafford's QB sneak in the final seconds gave the Lions a dramatic win.

Week 9: Wilson directs comeback

Russell Wilson guided a comeback from a 21-point deficit to lift the Seahawks to an 8-1 start.

Week 10: Panthers D holds firm

Luke Kuechly helped the Panthers defense preserve a one-point win over the 49ers.

Week 11: Newton directs winning drive

Cam Newton led a 13-play, 83-yard drive late in the fourth quarter to secure a 24-20 win.

Week 12: Brady leads comeback

Tom Brady and the Patriots overcame a 24-point deficit, then pulled out the win in overtime.

Week 13: Peterson powers OT win

Adrian Peterson helped the Vikings avoid another tie, delivering the team into position for the winning score.

Week 14: Ravens survive vs. Vikings

Joe Flacco's touchdown pass helped the Ravens prevail in the frantic final minutes vs. the Vikings.

Week 15: Tucker boots Ravens past Lions

Justin Tucker's 61-yard field goal in the waning moments helped the Ravens topple the Lions on "Monday Night Football."

Week 16: Romo rallies Cowboys

An ailing Tony Romo helped the Cowboys remain in the playoff race with a late touchdown.

Week 17: Rodgers puts Pack in playoffs

Aaron Rodgers hit Randall Cobb on a fourth-and-8 play for a 48-yard game-winning touchdown that won the NFC North for the Packers.

Broncos Tebow wins GMC Moment of the Week honors

Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow's fourth-quarter rally is the GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Week for games played on Oct. 23-24, the NFL announced Friday. The GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Week is the best moment or play of the week that represents determination and perseverance.

Fans may vote for one of these three moments on NFL.com/gmc beginning immediately following Monday Night Football and ending on Friday at noon ET to determine the GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Week. The winner will be announced Friday during NFL Network's "Around the League" show and then posted on NFL.com.

After the regular season, fans will have a chance to determine the GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Year, from among the 17 weekly winners. Fans can vote for the winner on NFL.com/gmc throughout the month of January.


Tim Tebow, Denver Broncos

Tebow leads Broncos' late-game rally: Under the direction of their new starting quarterback, the Denver Broncos had a lackluster effort for three-plus quarters and were staring at a 15-0 deficit. But in the final five minutes of regulation, Tebow directed two touchdown drives and scored the tying two-point conversion to force overtime. Denver emerged victorious in the extra period, as kicker Matt Prater's 52-yard field goal beat the Miami Dolphins, 18-15.

Plaxico Burress, New York Jets

Burress breaks out, Jets stun Chargers: The New York Jets had been waiting for Burress to bust out since signing the talented free agent in the offseason. On Sunday against the San Diego Chargers, he broke out in a big way. Entering the game with just two touchdown receptions on the season, Burress found the end zone three times and twice in the second half to help the Jets overcome an 11-point deficit to beat the Chargers, 27-21.

Mike Wallace, Pittsburgh Steelers

Historic play lifts Steelers over Cardinals: Backed up at their own 5-yard line after a false-start penalty and up by only a touchdown over the Arizona Cardinals, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers knew history wasn't on their side. But they were happy that Wallace was. Roethlisberger hit a sprinting Wallace, who took the ball 95 yards for a touchdown and the longest reception in Steelers history. The Steelers never relinquished their advantage.

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