2002: Jay Fiedler, Miami Dolphins
One season after winning the Super Bowl, the Baltimore Ravens’ defense wasn’t done humiliating opposing quarterbacks. In the opening round of the 2002 AFC playoffs, quarterback Jay Fielder of the Miami Dolphins — who had the misfortune of facing said Ravens defense — was held to 122 yards passing and one interception, finishing the game with a passer rating of 50.0. In fairness to Fiedler, the Ravens defense shut down the entire Dolphins’ offense, limiting them to 151 total yards. Fiedler actually led the team in passing yards and in rushing yards that day (with only 16 yards on the ground).