Have you ever watched your team blow a huge lead to lose the game? Or how about your team coming back from a major deficit only to fall short in the end? Well here are 10 of some of the biggest letdown games.
The Suns were looking to force a Game Seven against the favored Lakers to try to get into the NBA Finals against the Boston Celtics. The Suns came into the 4th quarter with a 17-point deficit and tried to make a run.
The Suns went on a 16-4 run toward the end of the 4th quarter but fell short losing the game 111-103, their chance of making it to the NBA Finals and may have possibly seen Amar'e Stoudemire's last game in a Suns uniform.
McNabb led the Eagles down the field, throwing a 30-yard touchdown pass to Greg Lewis to pull within three points. Philadelphia forced a three-and-out and got the ball back on the four-yard line with 46 seconds left on the clock.
Rodney Harrison intercepted McNabb on the third play of the drive, though, to give New England their third Super Bowl in four seasons.
In the 2009 NCAA Big East Tournament the whole nation experienced one of the greatest college basketball games ever played.
In a game that lasted three hours and 46 minutes and went into six overtimes, Syracuse finally prevailed with a 127-117 victory over UConn.
Great day for the Orange but an upsetting loss for the Huskies.
Coming into the fourth quarter the Dallas Mavericks had a 27-point lead which looked like it was going to be a convincing, easy win. Wrong.
The Lakers came out swinging in the fourth quarter putting up 44 points (Kobe Bryant having 21 of those) to come out with a 105-103 victory pulling off a huge upset over the Mavs which was the second biggest fourth quarter comeback in NBA history.
The New York Knicks had a 105-99 lead with 18 seconds left in the 4th quarter in Game One of the '95 playoffs in Madison Square Garden. It was then Reggie Miller hit eight-points in nine-seconds.
Miller hit a three-pointer with 16.4 seconds left then stole an inbounds pass to hit another three-pointer to tie the game at 105. Then Patrick Ewing missed a 10 foot shot, Miller grabbed the rebound and was fouled.
Miller made both free throws to crush the Knicks fans' spirits in Game One with a 107-105 victory.
With San Anotnio leading 74-64 with one minute left on the Houston Rockets home court it looked like the Spurs had the game in the bag. T-Mac had a different plan.
McGrady scored 13 points in the final 35 seconds, including four difficult threes, to finish with 33 points, eight rebounds and five steals to upset the Spurs 81-80.
In the 4th quarter backup fullback Larry Jones dove in from a yard out to give Miami the lead 17-16 with only 3:01 showing on the clock.
Facing a third and nine with 0:29 remaining and Casey Weldon having lost his shoe, Bobby Bowden elected to try the winning field goal.
Gerry Thomas who was a perfect three-for-three on the game for the Seminoles ended up missing a 35-yard field goal wide to the right losing the game.
The Wolverines had an 11-point lead in the fourth quarter only to have Nebraska score 15 unanswered points.
But the Wolverines showed hope on the last play of the game that consisted of many laterals and a questionable fumble that confused Nebraska players to almost allow Michigan to score the winning touchdown.
But the Wolverines fell short on the attempt to lose in the Alamo Bowl 28-32.
Spartan fans were loving this game. Six minutes left and a 17-point lead at the Big House where they hadn't won since 1990. Well the game wasn't over yet. The Wolverines roared back from the deficit to tie the game and force it into overtime.
The Wolverines ended up stealing the game in Triple Overtime, winning 45-37.
With 72,625 fans cheering on and 88.4 million viewers, the Tennessee Titans and the St. Louis Rams put on one heck of a game in Super Bowl XXXIV.
Just like most games, it was the ending that brought everyone to the edge of their seat.
Kurt Warner passed deep to Isaac Bruce who outran the Titans defense to give the Rams a 23-16 lead with less than two minutes remaining in the game.
McNair then rallied to drive his team down-field to the Rams 10 yard line with only six seconds left. McNair passed to Kevin Dyson who caught the ball at the three yard line, but was stopped short of the goal at the one yard line by Jones leading to a Rams victory!