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Adrian Hasenmayer's Top 10 Super Bowl Blunders

1. Super Bowl XXX - Neil in Agony

The Steelers were poised to take a third-quarter lead over the heavily-favored Cowboys when Steelers QB Neil O'Donnell (the NFL's all-time leader in fewest INTs per pass attempt) began giving away footballs like Thanksgiving turkeys. The lucky guy? Unknown DB Larry Brown, the only man in sight for a horrible, game-changing INT. The pick set up an easy Dallas TD to make the score 20-7. Late in the game with the Steelers again driving, O'Donnell found Brown for a second time, again with nobody in the same ZIP code, as the pick led to Dallas' game-clinching TD. The cherry on top: The poor passer threw one more pick on the game's final play. (AP Photo/Ed reinke)

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