Thursday, July 17, 2008
Wednesday, July 2, 2008
To become labeled as the worst NFL quarterback as few things need to happen. First, you have to play. You can’t suck if you don’t play. Second, your good enough to be the starter on a team full of total loser backup QBs. These backups are so bad that the head coach will not replace you with them, despite the fact your having the worse QB year ever. WOW! Lastly, your offense sucks too. No matter how bad a QB is, many times it is a team effort. Offensive coordinator that can’t call the right plays. Offensive lineman that can’t block and force the QB to rush EVERY throw. Receivers that can’t catch and don’t know their routes.
So, who is our winner? Well, Chase Stuart wrote an in-depth post on this subject recently so we’ll refer to him. I’ll also stick to a recent performance since the top 2 guys are from the 40s and no one will know who they are.
The award goes to Jake Plummer 1999 season with the Arizona Cardinals. Here is the stat line:
QB Rating: 50.8
Not that you'd want to at this point, but to honor Jake, pick up an Arizona Cardinals helmet.