Thinking about this, we've had some laughable QB's. Kannell, Palmer, Garrett, Collins, Brown.
RB-Ron Dayne. Wheatley didn't get his chance under Reeves, who wanted Rashaan Salaam in the draft instead. He was in Reeve's doghouse before he even boarded the bus to the stadium. Bunch was actually pretty good in his second and third year. His first year he wasn't playing over Carthon.
TE-Derek Brown. Was supposed to be our replacement for Bavaro. Howard Cross, slower, was much much better.
WR-Moss...took up a spot for far too long. Honorable mentions who got a little bit of playing time: Ron Dixon, Thomas Lewis, Mike Sherrard(always hurt).
LB-Marcus Buckley. Just one among many. This is the guy who LT said was most like him when asked at the time.
DL-Cedric Jones and William Joseph...very close to being equal. I think it was after the draft when they discovered Jones was blind, or nearly blind in one eye.
Safety-Definitely CC Brown
As to Luke Petitgout being bad....he was a pretty decent lineman. Mike Rosenthal was better in the beginning but Petitgout ended up the better of the two.
Where do we begin with this?
All right I'll start with a punter. Yes, Matt Dodge was a disaster from start to finish and Reese did a terrible job of not lining up a jouneyman to stabilize that situation. The guy was eratic and worst of all a head case. I have said many times that you can hide an OL project because of the size of the roster. There is nowhere to hide a punter who is a work in progress. We tried to do that and it was an unmitigated disaster.
In addition to being one of our worst starters ever, he was clearly our worst punter ever or at least back through the 70's.