Super Bowl: XIII
Matchup: Cowboys vs. Steelers
Tight end Jackie Smith is in the Hall of Fame. It's the hardest Hall of Fame to gain entry to in all of sports, so you'd think he'd be pretty pleased with himself and content over how his career turned out. But if you asked him, he'd probably trade it all to just take back this one moment for which he is most remembered. With his Cowboys trailing the Steelers by a touchdown in the 3rd quarter of Super Bowl XIII, Smith found himself all alone in the end zone with nobody even close to him. Quarterback Roger Staubach delivered a very catchable ball, and Smith straight up dropped it. They'd go on to lose by four points and force Smith to forever live in infamy.