The term "choked" is always a tough one to define, but it seems to come up in every big game in the NFL.
Sometimes it is plain to see, but other times it can be the difference between a great player having an average game when his team needed an extraordinary one.
Coaching can be even harder as hindsight is always 20/20 in terms of going for it, taking a knee or deciding not to kick the field goal. Mike Smith in Atlanta can tell you that people who never take a snap on the field can have a huge impact on a game's outcome.
Here are the four players and coaches who fall into the realm of "choking" in this year's AFC Championship won by New England.