#31. Atlanta Falcons, Joey Harrington (2007)
After the bottom fell out for the Atlanta Falcons prior to the start of the 2007, when starting quarterback Michael Vick was suspended for the entire season due to his off-the-field transgressions, Harrington — who was signed to be Vick’s backup — was elevated to the starting role. Much like his story in Detroit, things didn’t go well for him in Atlanta, either.
In 10 games as a starter, he threw only seven touchdowns (along with eight interceptions). More importantly, he finished with a 3-7 record, and was one of the reasons Bobby Petrino ran right back to the college game after less than one year in the NFL.