5. "Leon Lett's Thanksgiving Snow Blunder" -- Dolphins vs. Cowboys, 1993: It's sort of a shame Leon Lett is only remembered for two of the most public blunders in modern football because he was actually a pretty good defensive tackle, but his inexplicable attempt to recover a blocked field goal at the end of a Thanksgiving Day game against Miami added to his legacy of infamy. The game was, at the time, the most-watched regular-season NFL game in 19 years (34 million tuned in) but if you don't recall the details, let us review the scene. Despite the fact that the game was played in Dallas, snow trickled through the hole in the roof steadily throughout the contest, wreaking havoc on the two first-place teams. One player not affected by the slippery footing was Dolphins running back Keith Byers, who ran for a 77-yard touchdown and celebrated by doing snow angles in the end zone. All most people remember, however, was the wacky ending to the game. Miami kicker Pete Stoyanovich attempted a 41-yard field goal with his team trailing 14-13, but the kick was blocked. The ball skidded around the snowy field, and for some reason, Lett attempted to recover it, only to have it squirt from his grasp in the slippery conditions. The Dolphins recovered, and since Dallas had touched it, they earned a new set of downs. Stoyanovich kicked the game-winner from 19 yards minutes later.