Pretty much, this is the dude (along with Todd Davis) that phoned down to Gibbs to challenge the Vikes 12 men on the field. We have the best offensive quality control coach in the league!
—One of the biggest calls in the game was made by two of the most obscure men in the Metrodome. Offensive quality control coach Bill Khayat caught the Vikings with 12 men on the field when Todd Collins lost the snap in rushing to get the next play off before Minnesota could challenge Santana Moss' catch.
Sitting in the coaches' box with Khayat, video assistant Todd Davis quickly confirmed Khayat's belief with pictorial evidence. So Gibbs challenged Collins' fumble and the ball soon returned to the Redskins, who were in danger of having the Vikings fully gain momentum having just scored to cut the lead to 25-14.
"Give credit to Bill Khayat and Todd Davis upstairs for seeing the 12 men on the field," Williams said. That was the big play in the game."
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