The Doug Brien game.
Despite the fact that the Steelers finished the regular season with an NFL-best 15-1 record, the Jets had two chances at the end of regulation to pull off the stunning upset and boost themselves to the AFC Championship game.
Thanks to some conservative play calling and two missed field goals by Brien, the Jets never converted that chance.
The Steelers opened up a 10-0 first quarter lead, but the Jets came storming back to tie the game at 10 on a punt return touchdown by Santana Moss.
The Jets took a 17-10 lead when Reggie Tongue returned an interception 86 yards for a touchdown, and the Jets looked like they might be able to pull off the upset.
The Jets run defense, which had been great all game, failed them though as they allowed the Steelers to respond for the game-tying score.
The Steelers engineered a 12-play, 66-yard touchdown drive in which eight of the plays were runs.
However, the Jets got the ball back with 5:54 left to play and after consecutive pass plays to Justin McCareins and Curtis Martin gained 39 yards, the Jets were in business.
Offensive coordinator Paul Hackett went conservative though and called two running plays into the line, leaving Brien for a 47-yard field goal attempt with 2:02 left in the game.
He missed it.
Remarkably, one play later, the Jets got the ball back when David Barrett intercepted a pass intended for Plaxico Burress, setting the Jets up at the Steelers 37-yard line with 1:46 left to play.
After two plays, the Jets had 1st-and-10 from the Pittsburgh 25-yard-line and seemed happy to settle with that field position. After running the ball into the line twice, Pennington actually kneeled down on the final offensive play, leaving a 43-yard attempt for Brien.
He missed again.
Jeff Reed made an easy 33-yard field goal in overtime to send Pittsburgh to the AFC title game and Brien never kicked for the Jets again.