Sep 18 2013
Look, we’re not saying that playing any position in the NFL is easy, let alone one like quarterback that demands so much.
And by the title of this article, you can probably tell that we single-handedly picked out the six worst quarterbacks in the NFL and promptly anointed them as the worst in the league.
While we know nothing about what it takes to stand behind another man’s ass and get a football snapped to usâ€”which actually sounds like a good thingâ€”we do know what it’s like to give an opinion.
That’s why we’re giving you these six guys; because in our eyes, they are really, really awful at quarterbacking.
6. Robert Griffin III, Redskins
Before all of you get on us and yell that we don’t know a thing about football, we need to defend this pick first.
While RG3 is the reigning Offensive Rookie of the Year and a Pro Bowl signal-caller, what made him so great last year was both his maturity and escapability out of the pocket.
Unfortunately, if you’ve watched any Washington games yet this season, you can tell that Griffin is struggling, worried about the knee he tore up just nine months ago and lacking confidence in his play.
For not being capable of the player he can be, he has to earn a spot here.
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