13. Terry Bradshaw
Well he did win 4 Super Bowls, so many people will think adding this man to this list is a bit ridiculous, and that may be true to an extent but, in all honesty, it would be for sentimental reasons to exclude him from this list because based purely on football reasons, he absolutely belongs on it, 4 rings or not. As a rookie in 1970, Bradshaw put together one of the worst seasons in NFL history. In 13 games that year – including 8 starts – he threw 6 touchdowns and a whopping 24 interceptions.
Over the course of his 14 year career, Bradshaw would throw double digit interceptions 10 times, topping the 20 pick mark 5 times. For his career, Bradshaw threw 212 touchdowns against 210 interceptions, and compiled a 70.9 quarterback rating – not terribly great numbers by any means. If Pittsburgh hadn’t had the “Steel Curtain” on defense, Bradshaw likely wouldn’t have 1 ring, let alone 4, because he never would have gotten a team there on his own.