Brian Westbrook | Philadelphia's slippery all-purpose back finished with 203 yards from scrimmage -- including 131 on the ground on a career-high 33 carries -- and scored a pair of long touchdowns in a 20-14 victory over the Giants at the Meadowlands. He's found the end zone six times in his past two games as the Eagles have thrust themselves back into the playoff discussion.
Tony Romo | The Dallas quarterback was 19-for-36 with 210 yards and a touchdown against Pittsburgh. But Romo's third interception -- Deshea Townsend's pick six with 1:40 remaining -- enabled the Steelers to escape with a 20-13 victory after they trailed 13-3 with seven-and-a-half minutes left in regulation.
Ray Allen | The Boston sharpshooter poured in 35 points -- including seven 3-pointers -- to spirit the Celtics past the Pacers in a 122-117 overtime victory. "We spread the wealth," Allen told the Boston Globe. "Paul or KG, if one of us has it going, that person can take a lot of shots."
Oscar De La Hoya | The Golden Boy looked sluggish and completely overmatched in a lopsided loss to light heavyweight champ Manny Pacquiao on Saturday in Las Vegas -- kind of like a 35-year-old who's fought just four times in the past four years.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic | The Swedish striker scored Inter Milan's third goal in a 3-0 victory over Lazio this weekend, helping the Nerazzurri maintain their lead atop the standings in Italy's top division. But it's this eye-popping "Taekwando pass" during the first half that's made appearances on highlight reels around the world. (Check the 0:33 mark for the slow-motion replay.)