There's been some pretty lousy QBs pass through the CFL over the past 10 years. I'm not talking about the scrubs who alternated between the PR and third string - - I'm referring to bad QBs that have actually held a starting job in the CFL.
The qualifying criteria would be a QB that's made at least a dozen starts.
At or near the top of the list for me would have to be Chip Lemon who was somehow handed the starting QB job in Toronto 25 times. I guess Jim Barker figured a failed NFL clipboard holder would be a sure-fire success in the CFL.
Lemon couldn't figure out how to read zone coverage and was never comfortable with any pass beyond 5yds downfield. In 25 starts Lemon only managed to throw 23 TDs.
The biggest embarassment was when Lemon sat out for two weeks with a chipped tooth from a hit by Joe Lobendahn. Argo apologists claimed Lemon's tooth had an exposed nerve and it was a potential life threatening situation. I'm serious. Life and death over a chipped tooth. Real simple solution - - yank the tooth and the nerve problem is solved.
Good thing Matt Dunigan only had a broken collarbone when he played in the 91 Grey Cup. I don't know how Dunigan ever would have played with a chipped tooth.
Chip Lemon - - one of the all-time worst over the last decade.