10. Joe Namath
You might be asking yourself: why would a Hall of Fame quarterback, who made the most famous pre-game prediction in sports history, on this list? It’s because of the dirty secret that most people won’t admit: “Broadway” Joe Namath wasn’t really that great of a quarterback. In his 12 years in New York, the team only had three winning seasons.
Namath might’ve made his infamous proclamation, en route to becoming MVP of Super Bowl III, but he made the Pro Bowl team once in his 13 year career, and that wasn’t until his eighth year in the league (1972). Over the course of his career, Namath threw 173 touchdown passes, but a startling 220 interceptions.