No hurry, but considering where we are in the season, and who's left standing, I think it's a relatively interesting point that I haven't heard brought up prior to my doing so this evening.
Plunkett is worth the discussion, but I'm not sure it's more relevant since he's been retired for 25 years.
.500 career win %.
sub 70 rating
34 more INTs than TDs in his career.
Never once started a full season for the Raiders, save for the strike-shortened 1982 season.
In his best season, 1983...
5.1 Adjusted Net YPA
2 Super Bowls gave him a small piece of discussion, but his numbers, even when adjusted for era, just never added up.