2000-2001, Seattle Seahawks
Brock Huard never won a game with the Seahawks. He was 0-4. To be honest, Seattle is so top-heavy in the quality of their quarterback legacies that we can have a bit of fun with who is at the bottom of a top 15. Huard lost every game he started, sure, but Huard played on some bad Seattle teams so he can’t be totally blamed for the teams’ awfulness.
Huard, of course, was a star at the University of Washington but was never able to do a lot in the NFL. He played just five seasons but appeared in games in just three of them. Injuries made any chance he had of being a long term starter impossible.
In six games in two seasons with the Seahawks Huard threw for 4 touchdowns and 2 interceptions. His quarterback rating was 80.1, so quite a bit less than what 12s have become accustomed to with current start Russell Wilson.
Mostly, Huard is number 15 on this list because he is a local guy who played college locally and then after his career came back to Seattle and has been involved. Does that alone merit him being a good Seahawks quarterback? No. But Seattle has had about five or six decent quarterbacks in their history so Huard is as valuable as several others would be.