I’m going to start with the worst teams, and the worst QBs. I’m going to answer this with whatever comes to mind first. Here we go:Teams: 2006 Chicago Bears (lost to Colts) 1999 Tennessee Titans (lost to Rams) 1991 New York Giants (beat Bills) 1994 San Diego Chargers (lost to 49ers) 2001 New England Patriots (beat Rams) Maybe I’m being too harsh on the Chargers, although I feel like if I’m going to include the Titans, the Chargers are on a similar level. To be clear, I wouldn’t say that those teams were terrible, just two of the weaker teams. Then again, if I think harder, I feel like I could probably add similar ones. For example, I suspect the 1985 New England Patriots would be in there (although being destroyed by the Bears is coloring my impression of them. Still, I don’t recall them being a really good team that year). I might also put in ’78 Broncos, the one I recall the Cowboys crushing. Or the ’81(?) Rams team that lost to the Steelers. But I’m relying on the way they played in the Super Bowl, and not how they played the entire year. Plus, my memory of the Super Bowl is hazy. (Actually, didn’t the Rams hang in there in the first half?) The ’80 Eagles might not have been a weaker Super Bowl team, but I can’t really remember. QBs: Rex Grossman (2006 Bears) Trent Dilfer (2000 Ravens) Kerry Collins (2000 Giants) Jeff Hostetler (1991 Giants; it pains me to put him in there. But he might be in there because he was a backup.) Peyton Manning (2015 Broncos) John Elway (1998 Broncos, maybe 1999, too) I think Nick Foles (2017 Eagles) is an iffy one. Same with Jared Goff (2018 Rams). Maybe Tony Eason (1985 Patriots).