2. Eddie Murray– Kicker (1980-91)
In his 12 years in Detroit, Murray was named All-Pro once (his rookie season), made two Pro Bowls, and was the kicker for the 1991 squad, the last Lions team to win a playoff game.
Unfortunately, Murray’s most iconic moment came at the tail end of a classic 1983 playoff game at San Francisco.
Trailing 24-23 in the closing seconds, Murray missed a 42-yard kick that would have given Detroit their first and only road playoff win since 1957.
Super Bowl moment: Murray moved on from the Lions after the ’91 season and signed with Dallas for 1993. At age 37, he arrived just in time for a year in the Cowboys’ early 90s dynasty, making all three field goal attempts as well as three extra points in Super Bowl XXVIII, as Dallas defeated Buffalo 30-13.