Freeze Frame: Week's most memorable images

Updated: December 10, 2008, 9:09 AM ET

Every Wednesday night on "SportsCenter," the most memorable images of the week are presented as part of Bud Light's Freeze Frame. In addition to presenting the week's top images, "SportsCenter" wants help from SportsNation to pick the one that is the most memorable. That photo, along with the best comment of the week, will be revealed during the show.

This week's choices include Donovan McNabb and Andy Reid on the sidelines, Jeff Fisher skydiving, Annika Sorenstam walking up the 18th for the last time and Spain winning the Davis Cup.

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1. McNabb benched


McNabb

AP Photo/Rob Carr

Donovan McNabb, left, and coach Andy Reid watch from the sidelines during the second half of the Eagles' 36-7 loss to the Ravens. McNabb was benched at halftime with the Eagles trailing 10-7. Comment on this photo


2. Fisher skydiving


Fisher

Courtesy 101st Airborne Parachute

Titans coach Jeff Fisher, trying to spark his club, jumps from a helicopter into practice this past Thursday. Fisher was accompanied by members of the 101st Airborne Parachute team. The Titans ended up losing their first game of the season to the Jets on Sunday. Comment on this photo


3. Sorenstam retires


Sorenstam

AP Photo/J Pat Carter

After 72 tournament titles, including 10 majors, Annika Sorenstam retired from competitive golf this week. Sorenstam, who missed the cut in her final tournament, waved to the crowd as she walked up the 18th for the final time as an LPGA player. Comment on this photo


4. Spain wins Davis Cup


Spain

AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko

Spain's Feliciano Lopez, left, drinks champagne from the Davis Cup as he and his teammates celebrate Spain's title. Spain won its third Davis Cup title when Fernando Verdasco defeated Argentina's Jose Acasuso. Comment on this photo