Coming off of two straight Super Bowl victories, the 49ers rolled into the NFC Championship game in 1990 with a 15-2 regular season record and a chance to win three in a row. After all, they still had Jerry Rice, Joe Montana, Ronnie Lott and Roger Craig. But the problem in the end? They still had Roger Craig. Leading 13-12 with two and a half minutes to play, all the Niners had to do was hold onto the ball, but Craig fumbled after a hit from New York Giant Erik Howard. The ball was recovered by Lawrence Taylor, and the upstart Giants rambled down the field and kicked the game-winning field goal as the clock wound down. That would be the last time Roger Craig would touch a football for the 49ers. Wonder why.