Jason Sehorn was blessed with 4.3 speed, a physical gift that was mostly wasted chasing streaking wide receivers into the end zone. While below average cornerbacks are quickly forgotten in the NFL, Sehorn's image is everlasting as the only white corner since, like, 1992. Oh, and he also had a ridiculous pick six in the 2001 playoffs.
In a sloppy defensive battle, Sehorn jumped a Donovan McNabb pass to Eagles' receiver Torrance Small. The Giants corner batted the ball in the air while simultaneously diving to the turf. While on his back, Sehorn secured the batted ball, stood to his feet, and ran into the end zone. 17-3, Giants.