#21. Green Bay Packers, Brett Hundley (2017)
Almost every team — outside of the one in New England — would kill to have the continuity enjoyed by the Green Bay Packers. So, there’s not a lot to choose from for them. But when Aaron Rodgers went down with a broken collarbone early in the 2017 season, the Packers were force to start Brett Hundley for a majority of the season.
Despite sitting for a full season behind Rodgers as a rookie in 2016, when Hundley became the starter, he clearly looked overmatched. Hundley finished with a 3-6 record in his nine starts, throwing nine touchdowns in nine games, but 12 interceptions to go with them. Not coincidentally, Green Bay traded Hundley the following offseason.