30. Baker Mayfield
Mayfield has it all to prove. The Cleveland Browns quarterback appeared to have it all in his rookie season but fell into a sharp decline in his second year. After going 0-16 the year before he arrived, Mayfield’s arrival boosted the franchise. However, a sophomore slump hit him hard.
Fans perceived his confidence as arrogance and all of the good things he did in his rookie year fell apart. Overall, the team lacked confidence and regressed even though many touted them for a playoff run. Unlike others on this list, Mayfield has time on his side to arrest the curve. He proved that by leading the Browns to the Divisional Round of the 2020 playoffs.