Kordell Stewart, better known as “Slash” — was best known for his unique ability to excel at multiple offensive positions. During his five seasons as the starter in Pittsburgh, Stewart led the Steelers to the playoffs on two separate occasions. But the results were anything but pretty. Here are Stewart’s career totals from his playoff starts: 4 games, 2 TDs, 8 interceptions, 3 fumbles. As with most quarterbacks on this list, Stewart’s weaknesses as a quarterback were largely masked by a strong defensive unit.
Stewart was replaced by quarterback Tommy Maddox, and eventually released by the Steelers. He played for the Bears and Ravens, but only managed to seven starts in his final three NFL seasons. Stewart finished his NFL career with 77 passing touchdowns and 84 interceptions.