2004: A.J. Feeley (WORST)
Why He’s Here: The Dolphins gave up a 2nd round pick to acquire Feeley, only to watch him spend the 2004 season in a lackluster quarterback battle with Jay Fiedler. Talk about two guys who had no business being starters in the first place. Over the 11 games in which he appeared, Feeley registered a pitiful 61.7 quarterback rating. His performance helped inspire the Dolphins to sign Gus Frerotte the following offseason, as Feeley didn’t throw another pass in the NFL until 2006 when the Eagles made him their backup.
Team Success: With the services of Feeley and Fiedler, the Dolphins finished 4-12 in 2004, tying them with the Browns for the second-fewest wins in the league. The team started the season 1-9, forcing Dave Wannstedt to resign as head coach.
By the Numbers: Completed 191 of 356 passes (53.7%) for 1,893 yards with 11 touchdowns and 15 interceptions.