9. Andy Dalton
The Dallas Cowboys’ backup is near the end of his career. After eight seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, Dalton finally moved on following the arrival of Joe Burrow. Dalton threw for over 3,000 yards in each of his first three seasons. Furthermore, he helped his team to the playoffs five times, which nobody can sniff at.
However, Dalton is also the definition of mediocre. He doesn’t do anything brilliantly to set himself apart from his counterparts. But he remains a model professional. Despite his decline, Dallas signed him to help Dak Prescott. By no means a worldbeater, he is still a solid athlete.