Joe Webb, John Skelton and 13 Other QBs We Hope Not to See in 2011

Ross ColemanAnalyst IDecember 20, 2010

Joe Webb, John Skelton and 13 Other QBs We Hope Not to See in 2011

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    Joe Webb, John Skelton and 13 Other QBs we hope not to see in 2011.

    There have been quite a few starting quarterbacks this year that have no business starting in the NFL. Which of that group do we not to see in 2011?

    Even if it is just for one game, this is the list of guys we hope simply disappear for the 2011 season.

    Was your team's quarterback on this list? Do you wish he was? Let us hear about it.

15. Joe Webb

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    2010 Team: Minnesota Vikings

    2010 Stats: 2 of 5, 8 yards; 1 rush 16 yards

    Why We Don't Want Him: The rookie from UAB hasn't exactly lit the world on fire during his short time in Minnesota. The Vikings are in need of a new quarterback, and Webb is not the guy they should be looking to from here on.

14. John Skelton

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    2010 Team: Arizona Cardinals

    2010 Stats: 35 of 78, 387 yards, 1 interception; 5 carries 19 yards

    Why We Don't Want Him: The Cardinals have a desperate need for a quarterback, and the rookie from Fordham is not the direction for Arizona to go. He did win his first start, but he followed it up by losing to a Carolina Panthers team that had won just one game this season.

13. Brodie Croyle

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    2010 Team: Kansas City Chiefs

    2010 Stats: 7 of 17, 40 yards

    Why We Don't Want Him: Brodie Croyle has one key stat that should prevent any team from starting him in a game: He is 0-10 starting in his career. In his one start this year, the Chiefs finished with their second fewest yards in franchise history with just 67 total yards.

    No thanks. I don't want any Croyle in 2011.

12. Chad Henne

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    2010 Team: Miami Dolphins

    2010 Stats: 266 of 430, 2952 yards, 14 touchdowns, 16 interceptions

    Why We Don't Want Him: The Dolphins had high hopes for Chad Henne this year. However, time and time again he has failed to provide stability to Miami. The Dolphins would be better suited to have Tyler Thigpen be their starter going forward.

11. Chad Pennington

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    2010 Team: Miami Dolphins

    2010 Stats: 1 of 2, 19 yards

    Why We Don't Want Him: Chad Pennington threw all of two passes this year before being knocked out with a shoulder injury. Now Pennington might make the decision easier to keep him on the bench by retiring, which he is considering.

10. Charlie Whitehurst

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    2010 Team: Seattle Seahawks

    2010 Stats: 24 of 45, 249 yards, 1 touchdown, 3 interceptions

    Why We Don't Want Him: For some reason, Seahawks' head coach Pete Carroll thinks that Charlie Whitehurst can be a quality starter. If I am a head coach in the NFC West I continue to feed that thought by Carroll.

9. Troy Smith

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    2010 Team: San Francisco 49ers

    2010 Stats: 66 of 126, 1023 yards, 4 touchdowns, 3 interceptions

    Why We Don't Want Him: Troy Smith hasn't been terrible for the 49ers, but San Francisco needs to make changes, starting with the quarterback position. The former Heisman winner is clearly not the guy to save the 49ers, I am just not sure if they know that.

8. Alex Smith

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    2010 Team: San Francisco 49ers

    2010 Stats: 179 of 298, 1974 yards, 12 touchdowns, 10 interceptions

    Why We Don't Want Him: Alex Smith has been in the league for six years now and all I can think with him is that famous Albert Einstein quote: "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results."

    The 49ers would be insane to give Smith the starting job in San Francisco again next year.

7. Kyle Orton

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    2010 Team: Denver Broncos

    2010 Stats: 293 of 498, 3653 yards, 20 touchdowns, 9 interceptions

    Why We Don't Want Him: The Denver Broncos are another team that isn't going anywhere with the current setup. I am not saying Tim Tebow needs to be the guy, even after his performance on Sunday, but Orton is clearly not carrying this team forward.

    Yes, he has had good stats, but with the weapons in Denver, they need to be a better team than they are.

6. Hatt Hasselbeck

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    2010 Team: Seattle Seahawks

    2010 Stats: 263 of 440, 2977 yards, 12 touchdowns, 17 interceptions

    Why We Don't Want Him: Matt Hasselbeck's best days are well behind him. He got benched partway through the Seahawks' game this week against Atlanta, due to three turnovers in the third quarter alone. Seattle needs a quarterback next year, and it isn't one that they have on their roster right now.

5. Jake Delhomme

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    2010 Team: Cleveland Browns

    2010 Stats: 93 of 149, 872 yards, 2 touchdowns, 7 interceptions

    Why We Don't Want Him: Jake Delhomme has needed to be benched for a few years now. At least twice a season, he has a game that makes him look like the worst player ever to throw a football. With the emergence of Colt McCoy in Cleveland, Jake Delhomme shouldn't just be benched, he should be cut.

4. VInce Young

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    2010 Team: Tennessee Titans

    2010 Stats: 93 of 156, 1255 yards, 10 touchdowns, 3 interceptions

    Why We Don't Want Him: Vince Young's numbers are misleading. Sure he had only three interceptions before he was placed on injured reserve, but he is not a franchise leading quarterback. He certainly showed that when he ripped off his jersey and pads and threw it into the crowd.

    It's time for Vince to go be a backup somewhere.

3. Derek Anderson

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    2010 Team: Arizona Cardinals

    2010 Stats: 169 of 327, 2065 yards, 7 touchdowns, 10 interceptions

    Why We Don't Want Him: Derek Anderson doesn't think anything is funny. He puts his freaking heart and soul into this. At least, that's what he says.

    I think if Anderson is really putting is heart and soul into football, he needs to find a new profession.

2. Carson Palmer

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    2010 Team: Cincinnati Bengals

    2010 Stats: 314 of 520, 3396, 20 touchdowns, 18 interceptions

    Why We Don't Want Him: Of Carson Palmer's 18 interceptions, I would estimate that at least 10 of them were interceptions that absolutely killed the Bengals in key situations. Palmer has been a detriment for the Bengals, not a benefit.

    At this point I would rather have Jordan Palmer under center.

1. Brett Favre

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    2010 Team: Minnesota Vikings

    2010 Stats: 212 of 351, 2446 yards, 10 touchdowns, 18 interceptions

    Why We Don't Want Him: Brett Favre has had probably the worst season of his career. He missed a start for the first time in nearly 300 games. I just don't want to deal with the speculation. If Brett Favre starts a game in 2011, I might have to boycott the NFL in 2011.