#3 Donovan McNabb – Missed field goals and free throws are one thing, but it takes consistent playoff chokery to make the upper echelon of our list. McNabb, the longtime Eagles quarterback, led Philadelphia to four consecutive NFC Championship games. The Eagles lost the first three, but McNabb seemed to overcome his growing “choker” status when he led them to a victory and an appearance in Super Bowl XXXIX against the Patriots. In this game he solidified himself as one of the great chokers of all-time by throwing three ill-timed interceptions. The icing on the cake occurred in the final minutes of the game when as some of his teammates have suggested he became so nervous that he not only threw up in the huddle, but had to turn over play calling duties to WR Freddie Mitchell He was literally choking from nerves to the point he could not speak.