#7. Philadelphia Eagles, Mark Sanchez (2014)
Ironically, the “Sanchize” didn’t have his worst season as a member of the New York Jets, who originally drafted him, despite numerous memorable lowlights (like the infamous “butt fumble”). Rather, Sanchez played eight games in 2014 under head coach Chip Kelly, in relief of an ineffective Nick Foles (the latter of whom ran out of magic after an incredible 2013 season).
In eight games, Sanchez threw 11 interceptions, and helped the Eagles finish with a 1-3 record in December, which led to them missing the playoffs that year.