We've reached the penultimate weekend of the NFL season as the final four teams -- the 49ers, Chiefs, Packers, and Titans -- will slug it out to win their respective conferences and punch a ticket to Super Bowl LIV.

Throughout the years we have seen a myriad of players deliver clutch performances to give their teams a shot at competing for the Lombardi Trophy.

But which of the bunch deserves to be tabbed as one of the greatest of all time?

10. Patriots RB LeGarrette Blount: 2015

We've reached the penultimate weekend of the NFL season as the final four teams -- the 49ers, Chiefs, Packers, and Titans -- will slug it out to win their respective conferences and punch a ticket to Super Bowl LIV.

Throughout the years we have seen a myriad of players deliver clutch performances to give their teams a shot at competing for the Lombardi Trophy.

But which of the bunch deserves to be tabbed as one of the greatest of all time?

10. Patriots RB LeGarrette Blount: 2015

Law was regarded as a superstar defensive back throughout his NFL career, and he normally saved his best performances for the biggest stage. In 2003, the Hall of Famer intercepted Peyton Manning THREE times en route to a 24-14 Patriots victory over the Colts. The fact that Law had more receptions that game than fellow HOF'er Marvin Harrison, who was in the prime of his career at the time, is remarkable. And having a quarterback as spectacular as Manning seeing ghosts all game is pretty special too.

8. Giants QB Kerry Collins: 2001

Collins might not get the recognition he deserves for this particular performance, and most would say that had something to do with the Giants 41-0 demolition of the Vikings. Still, any time you throw for close to 400 yards (381) and FIVE touchdowns to earn your squad a place in the Super Bowl, you deserve all the applause.

7. Dolphins LB AJ Duhe: 1982