Has the NFL Ever Seen Quarterback Play as Bad as the 2012 Arizona Cardinals?

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Has the NFL Ever Seen Quarterback Play as Bad as the 2012 Arizona Cardinals?
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Mark Sanchez gets all the publicity, but the quarterback situation in Arizona is at least as bad—if not worse—than what the New York Jets are currently dealing with. 

The Cardinals have scored just 10 passing touchdowns in 2012. Only the Kansas City Chiefs have less this season, but the Chiefs have actually been better than Arizona since Kevin Kolb was injured back in the middle of October.

Since October 14—that's eight games—Ryan Lindley and John Skelton have combined to throw two touchdowns and 14 interceptions. Furthermore, they've combined for six fumbles, have been sacked 24 times, have had four of their interceptions returned for touchdowns and one fumble returned for a touchdown.

That's has to be the worst stretch the NFL has ever seen, right?

[Air horn blaring]

Sorry. 

It doesn't even come close.

Here are the four worst performances by a quarterback or a group of quarterbacks since the AFL/NFL merger back in 1970.

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