7. Brett Hundley (2017, 9 starts)
Brett Hundley was a fifth-round pick by the Green Bay Packers out of UCLA in the 2015 NFL Draft who actually got the chance to start 9 games for the team during the 2017 season when Aaron Rodgers was injured.
Hundley predictably struggled, but the Packers went a respectable 3-6 in his starts in which Hundley completed 60.8 percent of his passes with nine touchdowns and 12 interceptions. He also added 270 rushing yards and a pair of rushing touchdowns.
Ultimately, that would be the extent of Hundley's starting experience in the NFL. He's currently on the roster for the Vegas Vipers of the XFL and at the time of this post being written, he's only 30, so another NFL opportunity could still come, even if only as a backup.
6. Mike Tomczak (1991, 7 starts)
Mike Tomczak's most notable contributions to the now-NFC North were his years as a member of the Chicago Bears. He was part of the only Super Bowl-winning team in Chicago Bears history in 1985 and spent the first six years of his career with Chicago.
But in 1991, he came to the Packers and played in 12 games, starting seven. He completed just 53.8 percent of his passes but had 11 touchdowns compared to nine interceptions, adding a rushing touchdown as well. The Packers would end up going 2-5 in Tomczak's starts with the team.
His time with the Packers, like just about everyone else on the list so far, is really nothing to write home about.