19. Thad Lewis
He was claimed off waivers in 2011, added to the practice squad prior to 2012, but was activated for the season finale against Pittsburgh. Injuries to Brandon Weeden and Colt McCoy paved the way for Lewis’ first career start and he played pretty well despite going up against the number one ranked defense. He completed 22 of 32 passes for 204 yards, a touchdown and an interception in a 24-10 loss.
18. Cody Kessler
Kessler lacks the big arm that a lot of NFL quarterbacks have, but he makes up for it in decision making and accuracy. This season was really disappointing as he only was in the game a handful of times and those drives usually didn’t amount to much. I really hope Dorsey decides to keep him around for at least another year.
17. Robert Griffin III
Robert Griffin III was a solid option and brought us our only win in 2016, however, Sashi Brown cut him in the offseason for no real clear reason. He could’ve been the franchise QB we’ve been looking for, but we’ll never know. He had battled with injuries for most of the season, but one season for a former rookie of the year was just not enough to see what he could do. He’s still currently a free agent and it would actually be awesome if John Dorsey would bring him back for another season.