When you're playing in the Super Bowl, getting arrested for soliciting a prostitute the night leading up to the big game just doesn't seem like the thing you should be choosing. Apparently, no one told that to former Falcons cornerback, Eugene Robinson, who, on the eve of Super Bowl XXXIII, was caught trying to pick up some questionable company for the night. Oh, and you want to know the icing on the cake with this one? Robinson had just been given the league's Bart Starr Award in recognition of his "high moral character." Yeesh. Robinson was able to play in the game the next day, but the Falcons were beaten by the Broncos 34-19.