21. Hank Baskett Doesn't Do a Face Mask Catch
Super Bowl: XLIV (2010)
Final Score: Saints 31, Colts 17
Hand eye coordination is pretty much a requirement of an NFL wide receiver (and by "pretty much" we mean "abso-fucking-lutely"). Hank Baskett played smart (not always a requirement for wide receivers) on the Saints' surprise 2nd half onside kick, but his hands let him down. He was the first to see the ball, he made his way for it, and it somehow bounced off his face mask. If this were a defensive player or an offensive lineman it would be acceptable, but not from somebody who's paid to catch a football.