12. Mark Sanchez (2009, Pick #5)
For all the “pro-Mark Sanchez” arguments you can make, like the fact that he took the New York Jets to two AFC Championship games, they can all be countered with Sanchez’s numerous follies and foibles as a quarterback — with none of those more representative than “the butt fumble.”
Considering that Sanchez was able to ride a stout Jets’ defense for his first two years as a starter, you would’ve thought that by his third season in the NFL, when the proverbial lights should go on for a quarterback, Sanchez would’ve improved.
Instead, the Jets had back-to-back seasons with losing records, leading to the team signing Tim Tebow and drafting Geno Smith, making a bad situation at quarterback even worse.