Are you talking about one or two gushers within a batch or one or two batches of gushers. What I have discovered is that occasionally a dirty bottle will slip through resulting in a gusher or off-flavors.
this is where I went first myself.
There are really only two things it could be:
1) too much sugar left upon bottling - either because the beer isn't done, or because you added too much priming sugar or because the priming sugar wasn't thoroughly mixed so some bottles got too much, some not enough.
2) something got in there that can metabolize sugars into co2 that your yeast could not.
If you are saying that one or two bottle out of a batch will be gushers but the rest of the batch is spot on then it's almost certainly dirty bottles.
if one or two batches in the last four years have been gushers consistently, every bottle gushing and no bottles undercarbed, it's probably too much priming sugar or, more likely, the beer wasn't finished when it was bottled. unless they also taste funky, then it might still be infection. Look for a ring around the neck of the gushers, this can be a sign of infection.
if 20-50% of the bottles from a batch are gushers and the 50-80% are slightly to severely under carbed it's poorly mixed priming sugar.