- SPECIAL - Great performances of the week

Monday, May 7
Updated: October 8, 5:08 PM ET
Great performances of the week

What was the best performance in sports over the past week? Every week, selects the most outstanding efforts from the previous seven days and ask users to choose "The Week's Best." Cast your vote for one of these outstanding performances.

Shaun Alexander
Alexander, who took over for an injured Ricky Williams in Seattle, rushed 31 times for 176 yards and two touchdowns in his second NFL career start as the Seahawks beat the Jaguars, 24-15.
Jerome Bettis
Bettis became the 14th player in NFL history to rush for 10,000 yards in his career with a 70-yard first quarter Sunday in Pittsnurgh's 16-7 winning effort against Cincinnati.
Barry Bonds
San Francisco's Bonds hit the mark last week, surpassing St. Louis's Mark McGwire to become the all-time single season home run leader with 73.

Eric Crouch
Crouch set an NCAA Division I-A record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback Saturday night, scoring four times to push his total to 51 as No. 4 Nebraska beat Iowa State 48-14.

Rickey Henderson
San Diego's Henderson became the 25th member of the 3,000-hit club with a bloop double Sunday, doing it in the last game of the season. He is also baseball's runs, steals and walks leader.

Jake Plummer
With no timeouts, Plummer led the Cardinals 74 yards in 1:04 for his fifth fourth-quarter comeback victory over Philadelphia and 13th in his career.