Top 10 NFL Players of 2019 Who Deserve BetterFor all the players who have a Super Bowl, there are always those few who deserve a better situation. Whether they're stuck on a terrible team, have had too many injuries, or just couldn't get the job done, here are some active players who deserve better than what they are dealing with, potentially wasting their talent.
A once-in-a-generation talent, I feel bad for him being stuck on a horrible Giants team with nothing else going for them to speak of. He deserves a Super Bowl ring, and by the time the G-Men rebuild, he might not have much left. He doesn't deserve to be on this awful Giants team.
Well, trash teams get to pick great players in the draft. What can you say?
This man is a borderline generational talent, and he deserves a Super Bowl ring, but at this point, he probably won't get it. Arizona is tanking, and he'll be retired by the time they're contenders again. Cardinals, shame on you for wasting his career.
The Cardinals wasted a future Hall of Famer. You're almost more pathetic than the Browns. In fact, you will be soon. That's right, you guys are becoming the new factory of sadness.
Indy literally broke Andrew Luck. He should have a Super Bowl by now, but the Colts... they killed him! They're lucky that he can still throw a football. Yeah, he's back, but can he win a Super Bowl ring in his career, for once?
The dead man walking, you're lucky, Colts. It was considered a miracle that this guy could play again after his horrific injury. Now, please give him the championship that he deserves.
He's been one of the best players on offense for the Cardinals, and yet the Cardinals are terrible right now. They've had inconsistent quarterbacks in Sam Bradford, Josh Rosen, and now Kyler Murray. At least Murray has promise, but it still seems like Arizona is wasting this guy's prime years by tanking.
Remember when this guy led Buffalo back to the playoff promised land? While they had to rely on outside help to get in, he was respectable as a starter. Then he gets traded to Cleveland, where he was kicked to the curb by Baker Mayfield. Now the Chargers have simply picked him up from the side of the road. It really sucks for him, considering he might not play anytime soon.
What did you do to him, Bills? He was the only QB to bring you to the playoffs in the 21st century, and you kicked him to the factory of sadness. And for what? Nathan Peterman? Oh wait, he got benched because he is possibly the worst QB of all time. Then there's Josh Allen, who is a worse version of Taylor, except for his size. Hopefully, Taylor can get that starting job again.
Evans is an underrated player who doesn't deserve to be in Tampa. Even with the inconsistent quarterback play of Jameis Winston and Ryan Fitzpatrick, he's still finding ways to produce. The only problem is the Buccaneers' defense costs them in many games.
Alex Smith makes the list simply because he might never get another chance to play. He was decent in Kansas City and was doing alright in Washington in 2018 until he went down the same way Joe Theismann did. With that injury, his career is now in serious jeopardy.
Please come back, Alex.
You might be wondering why one of the best quarterbacks in the game right now makes the list. Well, simply put, he only has one Super Bowl. Rodgers is a once-in-a-generation quarterback, and the Packers are wasting his prime years. Every year since around 2011 has been a game of "let's waste Aaron Rodgers!" He's been carrying this team so much that when he went down with a broken collarbone, the Packers' season was all but over. He deserves at least 2 more rings. This is what happens when he was stuck with Mike McCarthy as head coach instead of Andy Reid, Doug Pederson, Sean McVay, or any other innovative coach on offense.
This guy has been a beast on defense, yet he makes this list due to having suffered some injuries in previous years. The Texans haven't gone anywhere in the playoffs under Bill O'Brien. In fact, he only has one playoff win over the Oakland Raiders with a third-string quarterback in 2016. He deserves a Super Bowl ring. Watt is entering his prime years and realistically has about 5-7 years left of being a monster on defense, but that's assuming he doesn't have any severe injuries.
Of the three big-name quarterbacks drafted in the 2004 draft, Rivers is the only one yet to win a Super Bowl, and he's arguably been the best QB from that draft class, beating both Big Ben and Eli Manning. In my opinion, he's had a Hall of Fame career and is just missing that Super Bowl ring.