11. Joe Namath
Beloved in New York, Namath is a Jets’ hero. However, Father Time took his toll on the legend’s body, most notably his knees. The Hall of Famer only started eight games in his final season with the franchise at the age of 33. But he wasn’t ready to hang up his cleats just yet.
They say that the number 13 is unlucky for some, and so it proved for Namath. He joined the Los Angeles Rams for his 13th season in 1977. First, it was extremely weird to see him wearing another team’s uniform. Secondly, he was horrendous, playing just four games and throwing the same number of interceptions in his final match.