When Tracy Porter stepped in front of Reggie Wayne and took Peyton Manning's pass back 74 yards for a touchdown near the end of Super Bowl XLIV, he did two things.
Firstly, he salted away the first Super Bowl victory in New Orleans Saints history--and set off a huge party on Bourbon Street.
But most importantly, he cemented his name among a select group of others that have come up clutch in the clutch and became part of a pantheon of late-game elite.
But where does Porter's pick rank among the recent fourth-quarter magic the Super Bowl has seen?
Let's take a look.