Trent Dilfer – Baltimore Ravens (2000)
How could this list be complete without Trent Dilfer, whom most people consider to be the worst starting quarterback to ever win the Super Bowl? After throwing 80 interceptions over the course of his first six seasons in the NFL with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Dilfer came to Baltimore and was made the backup quarterback to Tony Banks.
But Dilfer was eventually put in over Banks, after the latter couldn’t get the offense to do anything, and the Ravens won their last seven games of the year — and next three playoff Ames, including the Super Bowl — with Dilfer as their quarterback. Over the next seven years, Dilfer played for four teams (including the Ravens) before retiring in 2007.
Tony Banks – Baltimore Ravens (2000)
Don’t forget that Trent Dilfer wasn’t the only terrible quarterback on the famous 2000 Baltimore Ravens. During an eight-game stint as the starting quarterback of the Ravens, Tony Banks averaged less than 200 yards passing per game, and threw eight interceptions in those eight games. During that stint, the Ravens went four weeks without scoring a touchdown.
Of course, Banks had one of the greatest defenses in modern history to bail him out, which is why Banks still finished the season with a 5-3 record (though he was eventually replaced by Trent Dilfer). Banks went on to be a backup for the remainder of the year, winning a Super Bowl ring with the Ravens.