3. Robert Quinn
First, Quinn is 30 and arguably in his prime but it could be all downhill from here. For some reason, the Chicago Bears rewarded him with a five-year deal worth $70 million. It’s bizarre that they handed him such a long and lucrative deal because he will only decline over the next couple of years. Meanwhile, the last time he made the Pro Bowl was in 2014, so it’s unlikely that he will suddenly become a worldbeater again.
In 2019, Quinn achieved 11.5 sacks with Dallas. But a year later, he managed just two by Week 15. This fall in production meant that he delivered the lowest output of his career. Meanwhile, the outside linebacker plays opposite Khalil Mack, so he really has no excuses. Because of that, this is one of the worst contracts in any sport right now. What the Bears were thinking, nobody knows but somebody should answer for it.