Dec 13 2013
4. Trent Dilfer, NFL
Though we’re not big on the whole QB Rating thing—mostly because we have no clue how it works—it’s hard to ignore how low Dilfer’s career rating of 70.2 thanks to 16 more INTs than TDs.
Known as the ultimate manager of an offense, Dilfer was the beneficiary of a Baltimore Ravens defense that was one of the most dominant the NFL had ever seen.
Thanks to his D shutting down the opposition, all Dilfer had to do was play competently and not turn the ball over.
That’s exactly what he did in 2000, as he got his first and only Super Bowl win.
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