Eight quarterbacks that can be considered one-year wonders

Robert Griffin III was named Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2012. [Image Source: Flickr | F B]
Robert Griffin III was named Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2012. [Image Source: Flickr | F B]

Robert Griffin III has yet to succeed quite like he did during his rookie season in 2012.

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With professional sports mostly on a hiatus due to the pandemic, we have been doing a lot of reminiscing of the years past.

After looking at one-year wonder running backs and wide receivers, here are eight one-year wonders at quarterback. We went back as far as 1990, for this list, and the last two listed are still active players.

1

Erik Kramer, Bears (1995)

The only year he started all 16 games, Kramer was fourth in the NFL in 1995 in both passer rating (93.5) and passing touchdowns (29) as well as seventh in passing yards (3,838). He never threw more than 14 touchdown scores in any other season.

2

Scott Mitchell, Lions (1995)

It was a banner 1995 season for Mitchell as he went 10-6 with 4,338 passing yards and 32 passing touchdowns compared to just 12 interceptions. Other than that year, he went 22-33 as a starter with 63 touchdown passes and 69 interceptions.

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