6. Jeff Hostetler (overrated)
Good ole Hoss has two Super Bowl rings on his hand. Of course, he was only the backup to Phil Sims for one of them. The other Super Bowl win he started, although he probably owes that one to Buffalo kicker Scott Norwood. For some reason, people think of Hostetler as a long-time starter in the NFL, but the guy has less than 100 touchdown passes in his career.
The year of his one and only Pro Bowl performance, he only led the Raiders to a modest 9-7 record. He’s perhaps the most glorified backup in NFL history and little more.