Over the last two decades, the Cleveland Browns have had exactly one season in which they won double-digit games. In 2007, they finished with a 10-6 record, thanks to the efforts of quarterback Derek Anderson, who had a career year throwing to (fellow one-hit wonder) wide receiver Braylon Edwards.
Anderson threw the fifth most touchdown passes in the league that year (29) and finished in the top 10 in passing yards. But he then endured two injury-plagued seasons after that, before leaving Cleveland. In the 11 seasons since his magical 2007 season in which he threw 29 touchdown passes, Anderson has thrown a combined total of just 26 touchdowns.