Rank 'Em: Top 10 Stupidest Moves
Amare Stoudemire is not the first New York sports figure to make a fool of himself. How would you rank these brain cramps?
Top 10 Stupidest Moves
Giants WR Plaxico Burress accidentally shoots himself in the leg in a New York nightclub.
Amare loses fist fight with a fire extinguisher enclosure after a playoff loss in Miami. Cuts his hand. Misses next game.
Yankees starter A.J. Burnett slaps the clubhouse doors in frustration and cuts his hands.
Jets coach Rex Ryan offers a third consecutive Super Bowl guarantee prior to the 2012 season, making him 0-for-3.
A bench-clearing brawl in Game 5 of the 1997 Eastern Conference semis against the Heat leaves five Knicks suspended.
Yankees slugger Alex Rodriquez slaps ball out of Bronson Arroyo's glove and is called out in Game 6 of the ALCS, killing a rally.
A frustrated Kevin Brown punches a clubhouse wall and breaks his left hand during the Yankees' 3-1 loss to the Orioles in 2004.
With the Polo Grounds crowd storming the field, Fred Merkle goes to the clubhouse instead of second base after a N.Y. Giants teammate drives in the winning run -- which is nullified because of Merkle's mistake.
In the "Miracle at the Meadowlands," Giants quarterback Joe Pisarcik fumbles on a handoff to Larry Csonka in the final seconds, handing Herman Edwards and the Eagles an improbable win in 1978.
Yankees owner George Steinbrenner pays Howie Spira, a noted gambler, $40,000 to dig up dirt on star outfielder Dave Winfield. The Boss is later suspended.