2006: Andrew Walter (WORST)
Why He’s here: If you don’t remember Walter, you’re probably not the only one. He probably wishes he could forget his play on the field in 2006 for the hapless Raiders. Walter played in 12 games for the Raiders that season amidst both struggles and injury problems for Aaron Brooks. Of course, Walter didn’t exactly solve the team’s problems at quarterback, with a 1.1% touchdown rate and a 4.7 interception rate. You’d almost have to try to put up numbers that bad. When you consider that Randy Moss was with the Raiders that year, you’d think Walter could have put up better numbers by throwing jump balls toward Moss on every play.
Team Success: Behind Walter and Brooks, the Raiders finished a pitiful 2-14 in 2006, making them the worst team in the league. With such poor quarterback play, they were desperate enough to draft JaMarcus Russell the next year in another move that didn’t work out.
By the Numbers: Completed 147 of 276 passes (53%) for 1,677 yards with three touchdowns and 13 interceptions.