Falcons playoff memories: T.J. Duckett

Who: T.J. Duckett

Starring role in Falcons' history: As a rookie running back, Duckett scored a touchdown in the Falcons' 27-7 wild-card round victory against Green Bay at Lambeau Field on Jan. 4, 2003. It was the first time a visiting team had won a playoff game in Green Bay. Duckett played four seasons for the Falcons.

What he recalls: We got out on the field, and it was dark. You could see your breath. It was everything you'd ever dreamed Lambeau to be growing up.

On the touchdown, it was just, this is my shot. With all the people we had on our team, whether it was Michael [Vick], whether it was Warrick [Dunn] or Alge [Crumpler], this was my shot. I just remember getting the ball and running as hard as I possibly could. It was a touchdown in a playoff game. It was just a great feeling.

There was a point where we were playing, and you could look across the field and they're arguing and things aren't going their way, players are sitting down. At that time, you feel yourself getting stronger as a team, and it's just like, this is a reality.

Where is he now? Duckett, 30, lives in Lansing, Mich. He co-owns a janitorial supplies and cleaning company with his brother. He also helped start a non-profit that encourages volunteerism with local charities.