4. Kyle Boller – QB, California, 2003 NFL Draft, First Round, 19th Pick
Every single Ravens fan remembers the days of Kyle “I Should’ve Been A” Boller.
Whether it was him stumbling around the field and falling down, or him launching the ball all over the field (and not always to a player), Ravens fans have strong, stark memories of Kyle Boller leading the Ravens, memories they probably would rather drill out of their heads.
“But he can throw the ball 80 yards from his knees!” people chanted at the time of the draft. Turns out arm strength isn’t the only thing you need to be a good NFL quarterback, accuracy helps too.
Boller ended his career with the Ravens with the same number of touchdowns as interceptions (45) and typically had a completion percentage in the high-50th percentile.
He only lasted five years as the Ravens starter and then sputtered around the NFL until no one wanted him anymore.