15. Tony Romo
Romo enjoyed a long career with the Dallas Cowboys. The quarterback was a consistent performer and has great statistics. However, the numbers don’t always tell the full story. That’s certainly the case for Romo because he failed to deliver in the playoffs. His postseason record was atrocious considering his stature and the number of opportunities he had.
The Cowboys only won two of six playoff games with Romo as their starter. Meanwhile, Romo developed a reputation for being one of the biggest chokers in the NFL. There was the infamous botched snap against Seattle. He also helped Dallas to become the first team in NFC history to lose the divisional round despite home advantage (via Bleacher Report). Meanwhile, the list of interceptions goes on and on.