1994 Steelers 13 at Seahawks 30
A critical goal line stand and 4 Neil O'Donnell INTs (3 of which come in the 4th quarter, including a 35-yd TD return) send the Steelers down in flames despite a 452-297 advantage in total yards. Chris Warren (26 carries, 126 yds, 1 TD) slightly out-performs Barry Foster (21 carries, 96 yds), but the game turns on Pittsburgh's opening drive of the first half. Trailing 20-6, the Steelers drive 68 yards in 13 plays and have a 1st-and-goal at the Seattle 2. But on 4th-and-1, Foster is dropped short of the goal line by safety Eugene Robinson, who also has one of Seattle's 4th quarter INTs.