#4. Seattle Seahawks, Matt Hasselbeck (2010)
Let’s be clear: Matt Hasselbeck was a very good quarterback for a long while in Seattle. But as we’ve seen many times, once a quarterback loses his proverbial “fastball,” things can get ugly in a hurry. That was the case in 2010, when Hasselbeck’s stats began to fall off a cliff.
Though he played in 14 games, and even led the Seahawks to a division championship with a 7-9 record, it was largely on the heels of a successful rushing attack featuring Marshawn Lynch. That season, Hasselbeck threw 17 interceptions in 14 games, and leading the team to six wins as the starter.