Who was the worst player in the NFL ever?

Who was the worst player in the NFL ever?

Maybin, Aaron Maybin, labeled "the worst player in the NFL," has struggled through three pro seasons. He has three sacks and three forced fumbles with the Jets thus far.

His career arc could be described as a series of injuries and disappointments followed by more injuries and more disappointments. After being selected by the Bills with a third-round pick in 2008, Maybin started 13 games at outside linebacker his first season. In 2009, he missed most of the season after breaking his arm in a car accident. Last year, he returned from his latest injury, a knee sprain, but was eventually cut by the team.

In other words, there's no telling what kind of impact Maybin will have on a game because he's never played more than eight games in any single season. However, based on his capacity for pain, we can assume that anything less than 10 games is a disappointment to him.

He'll turn 29 in November and hasn't managed more than 4.5 sacks since his rookie season. It's easy to see why many believe this past offseason's trade for Jordan Willis gives the Jets enough depth at outside linebacker.

Maybin is coming off another disappointing season and will be looking for a new job next month.

Who was the worst player on the Eagles?

James Po (40 rushing yards per start, 3.1 rushing average) The Eagles had only one winning season from 1962 to 1977, and their 73-142-9 record was the lowest in the league among clubs that existed for the whole 16-year era. Prior to joining the NFL, the Cleveland Browns were 0-16 in the pre-season and regular seasons and the Baltimore Colts were 1-15-1.

James Po was a running back who played for the Philadelphia Eagles from 1960 to 1967. He started 40 games during that time period and finished with 2,631 rushing yards, 14 touchdowns, and an average of 3.1 yards per carry. He also caught 36 passes for 462 yards and three scores.

Po's best year as a rusher was 1962 when he had 930 yards and nine touchdowns. His career high in carries was 147 in 1966 while his highest average per game was 3.7 in 1964. He was voted to two All-Pro teams in 1964 and 1965.

After leaving the Eagles, he had short stints with the New York Jets and Detroit Lions before retiring in 1969 at the age of 28. He currently ranks 49th on the list of most losses by a quarterback (52).

Wally Bujdzius - 10 games played, 6 starts

Who got sacked the most in NFL history?

With 525 sacks, Brett Favre holds the record for most sacks by a quarterback in his career.

Brett Favre302525
Tom Brady301521
Ben Roethlisberger233516
John Elway234516

Who was the worst QB to ever wear number 1?

To identify the worst quarterback to ever wear a No.1 jersey, we had to travel back to 1948, when the Los Angeles Rams gave Jim Hardy his first career start in his third season. He appeared in 12 games that season, starting only three of them, and had a successful year.

In the NFL, single-digit numbers nearly invariably go to quarterbacks, kickers, and punters. As a result, in ranking the five greatest players to wear No. 6 in the NFL, the pool is mostly limited to those three positions. And, given the nature of the roles, comparing a quarterback's CV to that of a kicker or punter might be tricky.

Who is the least sacked QB in NFL history?

Can you name the most and least often sacked quarterbacks in history?

Most/LeastQuarterback% Correct
Least Often SackedPeyton Manning (3.10%)96.6%
Least Often SackedEli Manning (4.75%)95.5%
Most Often SackedArchie Manning (9.81%)89.9%
Least Often SackedDan Marino (3.13%)73%

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Craig Mills

Craig Mills is a sports enthusiast. He has played sports all his life and he still plays basketball occasionally. He enjoys watching other sports players perform well and strives to do the same. Craig also likes reading about sports history so he can learn from the past.

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