Deion Sanders, who called himself "Prime Time" after Atlanta drafted him fifth overall in 1989, electrified the city from 1991-93 as a star cornerback for the Falcons and lightning-fast outfielder for the Braves.
The former Florida State standout compensated after quarterback Michael Vick faked him out on third-and-seven at the Atlanta 12. Sanders, who signed with the Ravens to serve as a nickel back, lined up opposite Brian Finneran, but the plan called for him only to delay the flanker's route for a split second and then pursue Vick.
Evading Sanders with one of his trademark scrambles, Vick instead completed a 14-yard pass to Finneran. But seven plays later, Sanders blitzed from the right side on third-and-5 from the Baltimore 13. Sanders jumped Vick from behind and recovered the fumble that he forced.