Very few teams throughout NFL history have enjoyed the kind of success the Green Bay Packers have had at the quarterback position. Over the majority of the last three decades, the Packers have enjoyed a level of success at the quarterback position that is bordering on unprecedented. Very few teams can say they pass the torch from one team legend to another in back-to-back eras. Aaron Rodgers and Brett Favre are unrivaled, but what about the rest of the QBs that have played for the Packers since 1990?
First of all, who are they? And who are the best?
Let's take a trip down memory lane and rank every quarterback who started at least a game for the Packers since 1990 from worst to best.
Ranking every Green Bay Packers QB since 1990 (from worst to best)
11. Scott Tolzien (2013, 2 starts)
Scott Tolzien grew up in Illinois but played his college ball at Wisconsin and got to eventually play (and start a couple of games) for the Green Bay Packers. After bouncing around the league a little bit, Tolzien ended up starting two games for the Packers in 2013 where he led them to a tie and a loss. He threw 90 passes and unfortunately threw five interceptions among them. He got the chance to start a couple of games for the Colts a few years later and didn't fare much better.
10. Seneca Wallace (2013, 1 start)
There was a time when many people thought Seneca Wallace was the second coming of Jeff Garcia. For those who don't understand that reference, Wallace was an undersized dual-threat QB who looked like he had some starting potential. He flashed that potential while he was a member of the Seattle Seahawks, throwing 11 touchdowns compared to just three interceptions in the 2008 season.
He never became anything more than a backup, which was what he was in Green Bay in 2013. He started one rather forgettable game for the Packers (a loss).