You would think that your favorite NFL team missing the Super Bowl due to a terrible rule that isn't even a rule anymore would be the worst. To be honest it was, until Super Bowl XXXVII when the Oakland Raiders got destroyed by their former coach.

The Raiders seemed to be on the verge of Super Bowl greatness even after the terrible loss to the Patriots in the "Tuck Rule Game" but that came to a screeching halt when Al Davis decided to trade Head Coach Jon Gruden to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Bill Callahan was promoted from Offensive Coordinator to Head Coach and the rest was history. By the Rest I mean the Raiders chances of beating the Buccs in the Super Bowl. Not only was Gruden the superior coach but Callahan didn't change enough(if any) of the offense. So when Gurden reportedly dressed as Raiders QB Rich Gannon in practice he showed the Buccs defense exactly what the Raiders would do in the game and it showed. Pair that with raiders Center Barrett Robbins going missing before the game and it was over before it began.