Drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in 1988, quarterback Chris Chandler played 17 NFL seasons before finally calling it quits in 2004. In those 17 NFL seasons, Chandler only started 152 games (of a possible 272 games). His lone postseason appearance came in 1998 as the signal caller for the “Dirty Bird” Atlanta Falcons. Chandler and running back Jamal Anderson led the Atlanta Falcons to Super Bowl, which they lost to John Elway and the Denver Broncos.
Chandler had a nightmare performance in the Super Bowl, completing only 19 of 35 passes, and tossing 3 costly interceptions. In his remaining six seasons in the NFL, Chandler never had a winning season, so he never returned to the playoffs, either.