To put it in musical terms, virtually every NFL team has their version of the Beatles or Aerosmith or Snoop Dogg: legendary performers who withstand the test of time, and continue to put up the hits throughout the course of their career.
But on the flip side, every NFL team has their version of Right Said Fred or Vanilla Ice: the guys who put up that one performance everyone is talking about, only to never be heard from ever again, and fade into professional oblivion. In this list, we celebrate the latter group: every single team’s biggest one-hit wonder of some sort
32. Buffalo Bills: JP Losman
In his first season as the team’s starting quarterback (in 2005), the Buffalo Bills were 1-7 under J.P. Losman. But one year later, he threw for 3,000 yards — easily a career high for him — while helping the rebuilding Bills to a palatable 7-9 record.
But two seasons later, the Bills eventually replaced him with then-rookie quarterback Trent Edwards. Losman didn’t take too well to the benching, and after his contract expired in 2008, Buffalo made virtually no effort to bring him back. After leaving the Bills in 2008, Losman threw a grand total of 11 passes over the remainder of his NFL career.