The Bottom 5 List: Worst Quarterback Combinations of 2012
Mark Sanchez had one of the worst games of his career on Monday night against the Tennessee Titans, throwing four interceptions (including a pair in the final two minutes of the game) and effectively removing the Jets from the AFC playoff picture.
In a league where a starting quarterback can turn a franchise around (see Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson), there are still teams out there lacking in that pivotal position. What's worse is that some of these teams do not have a backup quarterback who can come in and improve the team.
At one point in NFL history, it was commonplace for rookie quarterbacks to sit on the bench for a season, learning the team's offensive scheme and playbook. General managers are not that patient anymore.
Unfortunately, for some teams this means having two young quarterbacks with seemingly high potential, but not enough skill between them to make a single starter.
Which team's quarterback depth chart needs a complete makeover? Let's take a look at the list.