2000: Jake Plummer (WORST)
Why He’s here: Plummer had more than a few bad years during his 10-year NFL career, and this was one of the worst. The 2000 season was one of five in which Plummer threw at least 21 interceptions. His 4.4% interception rate that year was also the third highest of his career. On top of that, his 13 touchdowns were the third lowest in his 10 seasons, as he provided little upside to his risk-reward style of play.
Team Success: The Cardinals were 3-11 with Plummer as a starter are 3-13 overall. They finished last in the NFC East and fired head coach Vince Tobin after seven games.
By the numbers: Completed 270 of 475 passes (56.8%) for 2,946 yards with 13 touchdowns and 21 interceptions.