There was a running bit from the underappreciated (and now ancient) The Ben Stiller Show called "Legends Of Springsteen," in which the New Jersey rocker -- played by Stiller -- would appear out of nowhere to commit absurd acts of nobility and/or heroism.
In one episode, Springsteen delivered a baby in a bar (they named her Springsteena). In another, he played for 15 hours at a local tavern, then mopped the floor and refilled the ketchup bottles when he was done. And who could forget (well, other than everyone but me and maybe Ben Stiller) when The Boss traveled back in time to help Abe Lincoln overcome writer's block while penning The Gettysburg Address.
Gven the building tidal wave of awe in and around the Meadowlands, serving as your own holder on a 31-yard field goal conversion is practically a modest achievement.