1. Trent Dilfer
The poster child for bar room arguments about whether you need a good quarterback to win a Super Bowl. This is how much the Ravens thought of Trent Dilfer’s contribution towards their Super Bowl run in 2000: they chose not to re-sign him, making him the only quarterback in NFL history to be let go by a Super Bowl-winning team. After being signed by Baltimore to backup the highly-forgettable Tony Banks, he started eight games that year, throwing a total of 12 touchdowns, alongside 11 interceptions. His penchant for throwing the football to the other team might’ve been one of the signatures of his career.
He threw 80 interceptions, compared to 70 touchdowns, in the 76 games he started in Tampa Bay (prior to joining Baltimore). After 2000, Dilfer was never made the starting quarterback of any NFL team in the seven remaining years he played in the NFL