2005: Brett Favre (WORST)
Why He’s here: In retrospect, this season was the beginning of the end for Favre. One could argue that some of the younger, less-established quarterbacks were worse than Favre this season. However, he led the league with 29 interceptions and had a grotesque interception percentage of 4.8%, not to mention the worst passer rating of his career at 70.9. Yes, Favre threw a lot of interceptions during his career, but not at that kind of rate. Also, Favre typically played well enough for the positives to outweigh all of his bone-headed interceptions, but that didn’t happen this season.
Team Success: Amidst Favre’s problems, the Packers were a pitiful 4-12 this season. Coincidence or not, this is the year the Packers drafted Aaron Rodgers. However, the team stuck with Favre for two more seasons until handing the keys over to Rodgers.
By the Numbers: Completed 372 of 607 passes (61.3%) for 3,881 yards with 20 touchdowns and 29 interceptions.