The Worst Quarterbacks to Play in a Super Bowl Richard Mackson/USA TODAY Sports

15. Neil O'Donnell

Years Played: 1990-2003
Teams: Pittsburgh Steelers, New York Jets, Cincinnati Bengals, Tennessee Titans
Super Bowl Stats: SB XXX: 28-49, 239 YDS, 1 TD, 3 INT
Career Stats: Record: 55-45-0, 81.8 QBR, 21,690 YDS, 120 TD, 68 INT

O'Donnell led the Steelers to Super Bowl XXX in '95, but he threw two costly interceptions to Dallas Cowboys cornerback Larry Brown to set up short touchdown drives in the second half. The 1995 season was O'Donnell's best, gaining his first and only Pro Bowl appearance. Fun fact: O'Donnell turned down an offer from Bill Cowher to take over as starter of the Steelers in 2004, after starting quarterback Tommy Maddox sustained a season-ending injury. This paved the way for a young Ben Roethlisberger to take the reigns, dude still hasn't let go.

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