Atlanta Falcons: Chris Redman (2009)
The Atlanta Falcons have had stability at the quarterback position that most teams would kill for, with Matt Ryan starting 174 of a possible 176 regular season games in the NFL.
Those two starts he didn’t make came in 2009, when backup Chris Redman went 0-2 in two December starts, throwing three interceptions in two games, and picking up losses in both of them.
Baltimore Ravens: Jimmy Clausen (2015)
Jimmy Clausen’s pro football career was over even before it started, after daintily flashing his High School rings at the over-the-top Press Conference he had when he first arrived at Notre Dame.
The second-round pick of the 2010 NFL Draft by the Carolina Panthers bounced around four teams in five games, ending his career with the Baltimore Ravens, when he threw four interceptions in two December starts. The Ravens were outscored 69-20 in the two games Clausen started.