It is a good thing Deion Sanders wasn't counted on to make a game-saving tackle in his pro career.
While the Hall of Fame defensive back was great at making the key interception or return a punt for a score, his tackling skills left something to be desired. In fact, he avoided it at every cost.
In this day and age, you would think defenders would want to help their team with the "dirty" work of making huge tackles, stuffing the run at the goal line, and tracking down a receiver who just burned them on a 40-yard out pattern.
With all football players playing for the next big payday, making big plays is key to not only the success of their team, but for their respective NFL careers as well.
These players, however, have a hard time making that play and are some of the worst tacklers in the NFL.