The Denver Broncos led the Cleveland Browns 21-3 at halftime of the 1987 AFC Championship. But the pending blowout wouldn't stick. Bernie Kosar rallied the Browns, tossing a remarkable four second-half touchdowns. With the Broncos up seven with one minute remaining, Browns running back Earnest Byner took a hand-off and bolted for the end zone. But just before he hit goal line, Broncos defensive back Jeremiah Castille hit him, forcing the ball loose and crushing Cleveland’s chances at a Super Bowl. You know it was a bad fumble when the play is simply known as 'The Fumble.' (AP photo/Mark Duncan)
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