Best: Philadelphia Eagles – Donovan McNabb
Fans of the Philadelphia Eagles had something of a love-hate relationship with Donovan McNabb during his time in Philadelphia between 1998 and 2009, even though the Eagles made the playoffs eight times in 10 years with McNabb as the team’s starter, which included four straight trips to the NFC Championship game, the last of which included a win and a subsequent Super Bowl appearance (and loss).
Regardless of how anyone feels about his tenure with the Eagles, McNabb smashed all the passing records set by Ron Jaworski, and currently sits at 25th in all-time passing yardage (37,276) and 30th in passing touchdowns (234).
Worst: Philadelphia Eagles – Bobby Hoying
Despite being a third-round selection in the 1996 NFL Draft, Bobby Hoying really had no business playing in the NFL. While he was a decorated player coming out of Ohio State University, he was a disaster in the NFL, getting benched midway through his second season after failing to lead the Philadelphia Eagles to a single win.
He was a major reason why the team finished with 3-13 record, which led to the Eagles’ hiring Andy Reid.