December 21, 2003: Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Byron Leftwich raised his hand in triumph as he watched the New Orleans Saints' dreams of making the playoffs come crashing to the ground of Jacksonville Municipal Stadium.
With only seconds to go, Saints' quarterback Aaron Brooks took the snap and looked for an open man.
Receiver Donte Stallworth caught the ball and ran for some yards and then flipped it back to another Saint.
In the NFL version of Stanford vs. Cal, the Saints latereled their way into the end zone and sent veteran kicker John Carney on to send the game into overtime.
It was not to be, however, as Carney missed the extra point and sent the Saints home for the holidays once again.
Az-Zahir Hakim made the top fourth best play in Saints history, but it didn't come when he was in a Saints uniform (above).
Hakim was a wide receiever for the St. Louis Rams in 2000 and one of his duties was to return punts.
The Rams forced a punt with under 3 minutes left to go in the game but Hakim muffed an easy fair catch at his own eleven yard line and the Saints fell on the ball ending the Rams Super Bowl hopes and giving the Saints their one of their only playoff victories.