During a New York Giants and Washington Redskins game on November 18th, 1985, then-Redskins’ quarterback Joe Theismann suffered a career-ending injury at the hands of linebacker, Lawrence Taylor. During an attempt at a flea flicker, the Giant’s defense blitzed Theismann, with Taylor leading the charge. Before he could release the ball, the quarterback was brought to the ground, his right leg receiving the brunt of the sack. As players dispersed, Theismann was left sprawled on the ground, his fibula and tibia fractured. Though the fracture is blocked on camera, the reaction of Taylor and players on both teams are telling as to how gruesome the injury was.