Teams: Miami Dolphins (1978), Kansas City Chiefs (1980-1988), Washington Redskins (1989)
Stats: 1,330 completions 2,430 attempts (54,7%), 17,277 passing yards, 105 passing touchdowns, 5 rushing touchdowns, 77.0 rating, 1 Pro Bowl
Kenney is without a doubt the most successful Mr. Irrelevant ever. Or is he? He was actually the second to last pick but was given the "honor" of being Mr. Irrelevant after the real one did not show at camp.
Kenney never played with the Dolphins and moved onto the Kansas City Chiefs. He played little in his first two years amassing just 542 yards and two touchdowns.
He played 13 games in 1981 and had his best year up until that point with 1,983 yards and nine touchdowns. He threw 16 interceptions on the year though. His 1982 season was slightly worse with 1,192 yards, 6 touchdowns, and six interceptions.
In 1983 he had his career year with 4,348 yards to go along with 24 touchdowns. His 4,348 yards and 346 completions set team records. The 346 completions led the NFL.
He threw for 300 yards in four straight games. That included 417 against the Seattle Seahawks. He was then invited to the Pro Bowl. This is the only time Mr. Irrelevant went to the Pro Bowl.
He never matched those numbers again. He did have a year with 2,098 yards, and a year with 2,536 yards. He retired after being the third quarterback for the Redskins in 1989.