20. Dan Fouts
Fouts was magnificent for the San Diego Chargers throughout 1979 as he became the first quarterback since Joe Namath to throw for over 4,000 yards. That was 13 years before the ‘Super’ Chargers met the Houston Oilers and saw their bubble burst. Analysts expected San Diego to win this game because their offense was so hot all season, but Fouts put on one of the worst displays of his entire career.
The Oilers were without league MVP Earl Campbell and star quarterback Dan Pastorini but it didn’t matter. This was because the Chargers were poor but Fouts was terrible. He threw five interceptions in an awful game for San Diego. A six-time Pro Bowl selection and 15-year Chargers’ veteran, the franchise should have gone deeper into the postseason that year, but those are the breaks.