22. Warner's on the Wrong Foot
Super Bowl: XXXVI (2002)
Final Score: Patriots 20, Rams 17
Remember when Tom Brady was an underdog? SB XXVI was supposed to be a formality on the way to the St. Louis Rams' coronation as an official dynasty. Then Kurt Warner got them off on the wrong foot. One of the more important rules of being an NFL QB is to never throw off your back foot—just stand tall in the pocket and let it rip. Midway through the 2nd quarter, Warner forgot this crucial rule, throwing the pick 6 that jumpstarted the Pats toward their first title. And the rest is Uggs (and football) history.