28. Colt McCoy
The ever-popular McCoy has suffered a frustrating career in the NFL. After a stellar few years with the Texas Longhorns, the Cleveland Browns drafted the exciting young quarterback. He was their starter in his sophomore year and the signs were promising that he’d go on and do great things.
Then they ditched him for Brandon Weedon and McCoy’s career has never recovered. After a year as a back-up in San Francisco, McCoy joined the Redskins. He made five appearances in his first season but never matched that since. Now on the books of the New York Giants, this is less of a decline than an avalanche.