Quarterback is without question the most important position on the field in the National Football League. And while New Orleans' Drew Brees, Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers and New England's Tom Brady produced jaw-dropping statistical seasons in 2011, there are quarterbacks in the league who were just as jaw-dropping bad.
Tim Tebow may have possessed a lot of fourth quarter magic and led the Broncos into the playoffs, but his statistics indicate that he was a terrible quarterback. Tebow, who was traded to the Jets in March, threw for an average of just 123.5 yards a game while completing less then 50 percent of his passes. Sure, he led the Broncos to that thrilling win over Pittsburgh in the playoffs, but who can forget his pathetic performance in a 45-10 loss to the Detroit Lions, which was just one of many games he struggled in.
So here we go. In no particular order, here are the five worst starting quarterbacks in the NFL.