3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Vinny Testaverde
Even the 1986 Heisman Trophy winner and best quarterback in college football couldn’t overcome the misery that was the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for most of the 1970’s and 1980’s. In his first three seasons in the NFL, Testaverde threw an unfathomable 63 interceptions, winning a grand total of 10 starts in 33 games.
Outside of his rookie season, when he started in only four games, Testaverde threw at least 15 interceptions in each of his five subsequent seasons in Tampa. To be clear, Testaverde was not the least talented quarterback to suit up for the Bucs, but he did have (arguably) the worst tenure in team history.