25. Boomer Esiason
‘Boomer’ does have some impressive personal accolades. He made four Pro Bowls, and did capture the 1988 MVP award. However, the bigger picture saw a quarterback with wild inconsistency — and even worse winning totals. Esiason’s career record as a starter is a very underwhelming 80-93. He also threw 184 interceptions in 187 NFL games — meaning he was eerily close to averaging one interception per game. Esiason was good, though his reputation as a great quarterback may be a bit inflated.
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