26. Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens
The Baltimore Ravens have a 5-5 record through 10 games this year, but almost none of their five wins this year have anything to do with the performance of Joe Flacco. If he’s not the worst non-rookie full-time starting quarterback in the NFL, we’d be hard pressed to determine who’s worse than him. In 10 games this year, he’s thrown for more than 250 yards only once, and he’s thrown an interception in seven of those 10 games this year. He has more interceptions thrown (11) than games played this year overall. Given how much the Ravens are paying him, he’s easily the most overpaid — and overrated — NFL quarterback this year.
25. Matt Moore, Miami Dolphins
Perennial backup quarterback Matt Moore took over as the starter for the Miami Dolphins after Jay Cutler sustained a concussion in the Dolphins win against the New York Jets. But while many Dolphins fans hoped that Moore would jumpstart an offense that had badly stalled under Moore, he actually took the offense and made it worse. Moore looked awful against the Ravens, throwing for 176 yards and two interceptions — both pick-sixes. While he did play well the following week against Tampa Bay’s porous secondary, it still wasn’t good enough to lead the Dolphins to a win against their cross-state rival.
24. Tom Savage, Houston Texans
Tom Savage hasn’t exactly had a season that any other quarterback would envy. After he entered the 2017 offseason as the incumbent starter for the Houston Texans quarterback position, his team went out and drafted quarterback Deshaun Watson in the 2017 NFL Draft. After Savage emerged from the preseason as the starting quarterback, he was eventually benched for Watson, and the latter went on to explode for one of the most exciting rookie seasons by a quarterback ever. Then, Watson suffered a season-ending ACL tear, and Savage will bear the blame if the Texans miss the playoffs this season.