2018: Josh Rosen (WORST)
Why He’s here: On the one hand, Rosen is hardly to blame for his terrible rookie season. On the other hand, it’s hard to deny that he was the worst quarterback in the league. The plan was for Rosen to sit behind Sam Bradford for a year, but after an 0-3 start, that plan went out the window. Rosen was thrown into the fire behind an inept offensive line and with few proven skill players outside the aging Larry Fitzgerald. It wasn’t all bad for Rosen, but 14 interceptions and 10 fumbles are tough to forgive. The bottom line is that he wasn’t set up for success and it showed.
Team Success: The Cardinals finished 2018 a league-worst 3-13, with two of those wins coming against the 4-12 49ers. They received the top overall pick in the draft, and following a coaching change drafted Kyler Murray, prompting them to trade Rosen to the Dolphins.
By the Numbers: Completed 217 or 393 passes (55.2%) for 2,278 yards with 11 touchdowns and 14 interceptions.