The 7th worst: Mark Sanchez
One could make the case for Mark Sanchez being at the bottom of either the best or worst section of this countdown. While he isn’t a stud, he wasn’t that awful in the midnight green with all things being considered.
When the Sanchize took over for an injured Nick Foles in 2014 to run Chip Kelly’s offense, (boy that’s hilarious to read in hindsight isn’t it?), the Eagles were 7-2. Sanchez would go 3-4 the rest of the way including a Thanksgiving Day blowout victory in Dallas against the eventual division-champion Cowboys.
The Eagles would finish with a respectable mark of 10-6. That would normally be good enough for a playoff berth, but it wouldn’t happen this time. not this time thanks to a remarkably strong NFC (save for the South). He would have to come in again in 2015 for an injured Sam Bradford, only this go around there were blowout defeats aplenty, making his spot on this list pretty fair.