Thanks to those strong performances, each player is up for Castrol EDGE Clutch Performer of the Week honors. This is a deeper look at the significance of those conquests.
Su'a Cravens, Washington Redskins
Power of the moment: Battling a division rival and on the brink of starting the season 0-3, Washington fought through red zone inefficiency and injuries to pull ahead in the forth. On the Giants' final drive, Cravens came down with the game-sealing interception to get the team in the win column.
Jay Ajayi, Miami Dolphins
Power of the moment: Miami almost gave away the game with a fumble with just 26 seconds left in regulation. The Browns missed a 46-yard field goal and the game went into overtime. The Dolphins ground game was held mostly in check, until Ajayi cut up the sideline untouched for the game-winning touchdown in OT.
Justin Tucker, Baltimore Ravens
Power of the moment: With a 17-16 lead in the forth quarter, the Jags had a field goal blocked. The following possession, the Ravens set up Tucker with a 54-yard field goal with just 1:02 left in the game. Tucker nailed the kick with leg to spare and went 4-4 on the game. The Ravens are not 3-0 and on top of the AFC North.
T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis Colts
Strong stats to consider:
» Hilton is an explosive wide receiver. It's hard to imagine, but this is his first TD in eight games.
» Hilton's TD also capped off Andrew Luck's 11th career fourth quarter comeback.
Robert Quinn, Los Angeles Rams
Power of the moment: Fighting his way to get to Jameis Winston, Quinn pushed in to collapse the pocket. While not able to bring down Winston, Quinn is able to strip the ball from the Bucs' QB and it's returned for a TD by Ethan Westbrook.