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Kansas City Chiefs QB Brodie Croyle (12) – CREDIT: Bill Frakes (Photo by Bill Frakes /Sports Illustrated/Getty Images)

Last summer I wrote a two part series where I ranked the 10 quarterbacks who had started for the KC Chiefs in the past 10 years. Coming in at number 10 on that list was Brodie Croyle, and he comes in at number two on the worst quarterbacks in Kansas City Chiefs history.

First of all, Brodie Croyle never won a game in the NFL. He went 0-10 as a starter and only threw eight touchdowns in 18 games over the span of four seasons. That’s horrible.

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  • Croyle was also super injury prone. His injury riddled past was what caused him to drop to the third round of the 2006 NFL Draft, where the Chiefs (unfortunately) took him with the 85th overall pick.

    I remember in one game in the 2008 season (that was a bad season for the Chiefs in case you don’t remember), Damon Huard went down with an injury, which brought in Croyle. Croyle was on the field for one play before having to be helped off the field with some type of injury. Literally a gust of wind would blow past him, and he’d get hurt.

    Fortunately for Chiefs fans, Brodie Croyle didn’t see a whole lot of playing time during his rookie season. He managed to attempt seven passes that year, three of which were completed passes, and two of which were picked off.

    The next season, Trent Green was traded to the Miami Dolphins due to then head coach Herm Edwards wanting the team to start the younger guys. Green was unhappy with the way he was being treated and felt that the staff was favoring Croyle over him, which led to him being traded.

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