4. Jason Campbell
The career of Jason Campbell was a busy one, as the journeyman spent time quarterbacking in five different cities. Most notably with the Redskins, Campbell’s next destinations were Oakland and Chicago. In 2013, the 32-year-old veteran found his way to Cleveland, where he started eight games in relief of the injured Brandon Weeden and Brian Hoyer, coming away with just one victory.
Campbell is one of the more forgotten of the team’s starting quarterbacks since re-entering the league in 1999, but he was also one of the more successful statistically.
In just nine total games, Campbell totaled 2,015 yards and threw for 11 touchdowns as opposed to eight interceptions. While he didn’t even play a full season, his tenure is a more accurate reflection of him as a player since these starts were consecutive.
In the Week 17 matchup against the Steelers, Campbell completed 23 of 41 pass attempts totaling 240 yards. The Browns lost the game 20-7, but it really wasn’t a result of poor quarterbacking for a change.
Despite the fact that Campbell did not return to action in Cleveland after 2013, he still earns a spot on this list for making the most of a virtually impossible situation.