Green Bay Packers: Scott Tolzien (2013)
In Green Bay, backup quarterback Matt Flynn tricked NFL teams into thinking he could be a starter in the league after shining in spot duty in relief of Aaron Rodgers. But nobody was going to make that mistake with Scott Tolzien. In 2013, Tolzien saw extended action in three games (starting two of them) in place of both Rodgers and Flynn.
With Tolzien in at quarterback, the Packers’ offense scored only one touchdown in two of those three games. In his three starts, Tolzien was 0-1-1; that’s right, he couldn’t even lose a game correctly, ending up tying in one of them.