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Bronco Rob
02-01-2010, 06:45 PM
Top 10 Super Bowl goats (player)


Posted Feb. 01, 2010 @ 10:51 a.m.
By Bob McGinn


1. Eugene Robinson, FS, Falcons, XXXIII: Arrested for soliciting a prostitute not far from the team hotel on the Saturday night before the game.


2. Barret Robbins, C, Raiders, XXXVII: Went on a weekend bender in Tijuana and wasn't allowed to play after he got back.


3. Stanley Wilson, RB, Bengals, XXIII: News of his cocaine binge was delivered to players at the Saturday night meeting.


4. Scott Norwood, K. Bills, XXV: All things considered, he had about a 50-50 shot from 47 yards to win the game. He missed wide right by about 4 feet.


5. Jackie Smith, TE, Cowboys, XIII: Smith's drop of a 3-yard pass in the end zone didn't lose it for the Cowboys, but it surely didn't help.


6. Asante Samuel, CB, Patriots, XLII: Nobody would have ever heard of David Tyree if the sure-handed Samuel had held on to Eli Manning's wayward sideline pass earlier that drive.


7. Cliff Harris, FS, Cowboys, X: By taunting Pittsburgh kicker Roy Gerela after a missed field goal, Harris incited the Steelers to beat the Cowboys.


8. Earl Morrall, QB, Colts, III: Everyone could see Jimmy Orr wide open on the fateful flea-flicker play — everyone except Morrall, who threw elsewhere and was picked off.


9. Thomas Henderson, LB, Cowboys, XIII: A flag already had been thrown, but Henderson felt compelled to rough Terry Bradshaw and taunt Franco Harris, who turned his rage into a touchdown on the next play.


10. Thurman Thomas, RB, Bills, XXVI: According to Marv Levy, Thomas put down his helmet next to others during the National Anthem. When a defensive player walked off with Thomas' helmet, he missed the first two plays of the game




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misturanderson
02-01-2010, 07:24 PM
10. Thurman Thomas, RB, Bills, XXVI: According to Marv Levy, Thomas put down his helmet next to others during the National Anthem. When a defensive player walked off with Thomas' helmet, he missed the first two plays of the game

Does that really deserve to be on the list? I mean, there really wasn't anything better than a guy missing the first 2 plays of the game?

They lost by 13 points. Unless Thomas was going to run in a TD on the first play of the game, it wouldn't have mattered at all.

azbroncfan
02-01-2010, 07:49 PM
I think we had this thread already and said this "Any list of SB goats without Ted Lilly is a joke."

Bronco Rob
02-02-2010, 03:19 AM
I think we had this thread already and said this "Any list of SB goats without Ted Lilly is a joke."


:thumbsup:

bronco militia
02-02-2010, 06:53 AM
Eugene Robinson still played...

Berret Robbins and Stanley Wilson should be on the list, but why so high?

Garcia Bronco
02-02-2010, 06:56 AM
Does that really deserve to be on the list? I mean, there really wasn't anything better than a guy missing the first 2 plays of the game?

They lost by 13 points. Unless Thomas was going to run in a TD on the first play of the game, it wouldn't have mattered at all.

no it doesn't