27. Jay Schroeder
In 1990, the Los Angeles Raiders were a powerful force. They won the AFC West division and crushed the Bengals in the divisional round. But that win came with a major cost. Bo Jackson (above), the only athlete to win MLB and NFL All-Star honors, suffered an injury in that game. Because of this, he couldn’t play in the championship game against the Buffalo Bills. Then, Schroeder found himself cast into the spotlight but he sullied his reputation.
Schroeder just wasn’t in the same class as Jackson and this showed on the playing field because he had a shocking game where he threw five interceptions. Furthermore, they proved costly as one was directly responsible for the Bills putting the game beyond reach in the very first quarter. He threw a pick-six that saw Darryl Talley make the score 21-3. It was over before it began for the Raiders.