14. Ken Stabler
It’s a tragedy that Stabler didn’t make it to the Hall of Fame when he was alive. The former Raiders’ star was a brilliant quarterback. He was the Super Bowl XI MVP after a stunning performance. Furthermore, he made the Pro Bowl four times as a consistent leader in Oakland.
However, his decline was swift. Oakland traded him to the Houston Oilers where he was average at best. But there was still time for one more move in the NFL. The New Orleans Saints were still a poor franchise when he joined them. After a series of knee injuries, Stabler lacked the mobility of his younger days.