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#9 Hand Them a Field Goal - Top 10 Most Embarrassing NFL Moments

Leon Lett is famous for making two embarrassing gaffes but I’ll just mention the one for this column.

#8 Case of the Dropsies - Top 10 Most Embarrassing NFL Moments

If you are a Pittsburgh Steelers fan, then you are probably a fan of Jackie Smith as well. Sort of anyway.

#7 I'm Not a Quarterback - Top 10 Most Embarrassing NFL Moments

In 1972 the Miami Dolphins turned in the only completely undefeated season in the history of the National Football League when they won all 14 regular-season games, two playoff games and then Super Bowl VII to finish a perfect 17-0. But it almost wasn’t t

#6 Flipping Out on Thanksgiving - Top 10 Most Embarrassing NFL Moments

Back to Thanksgiving we go and in 1998, the team that has played in the most Turkey Day games, the Detroit Lions were hosting the Pittsburgh Steelers.

#5 Don't Imitate - Top 10 Most Embarrassing NFL Moments

Many NFL players have their own creations on the field, mostly in victory dances or shuffles when they make a positive play.

#4 Walls Can Hurt - Top 10 Most Embarrassing NFL Moments

In regards to celebrating a touchdown or a positive play, there was one touchdown former Redskins quarterback Gus Frerotte would like to forget.

#3 When Not to Jump - Top 10 Most Embarrassing NFL Moments

"My jump was excellent. It was my landing I needed to work on. It was funny. It was part of my career. I talk about it all the time. You have to laugh about it."

#2 The Endzone is the Other Way - Top 10 Most Embarrassing NFL Moments

In college football, there is a very famous gaffe that earned one man an infamous nickname.

#1 Falling Behind - Top 10 Most Embarrassing NFL Moments

Something very important to professional athletes when they retire is the legacy they leave behind. Behind being the keyword for my #1 most embarrassing play in NFL history.

1969: A Noll Arrives in Pittsburgh

For Pittsburgh Steelers fans, 2019 is an anniversary year of sorts. That’s because this year marks the 50th anniversary of the hiring of the late and former Steelers head coach, Chuck Noll.