35. Russell Wilson
Wilson started the 2020 season as a clear MVP candidate. However, the Seattle Seahawks’ superstar suffered a decline after the first month of the season. In five games to start the season, he threw just three interceptions but over the course of the next six, he threw nine. It’s not the worst decline of all-time but it was disappointing and curious because he began the year so well.
In his final game of the season, he completed just 11 of 27 passes and the Rams sacked him five times. Meanwhile, he also threw a pick-six. This has led to increased scrutiny and questions about one of the most consistent quarterbacks in the NFL. Wilson can bounce back but it’s not easy to shake off the doubters. Part of it is that the Seahawks changed their system but Wilson must improve.