Breaking Down What Makes Tyler Polumbus the NFL’s Worst Starter

June 29, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There is no shortage of candidates for the title of the NFL’s worst starter. Just like no one can agree who is the best player in the NFL, few can agree who is the worst. Many of the worst starters from last year will not be starters next season, so the worst of the worst don’t even qualify as starters going into 2013.
For the purposes of determining the worst starter, several factors should be considered. Some players are just really bad at one thing but do other things well. Positions are also not created equal—some players have it easier than others.
After careful consideration, the worst starter in the NFL is right tackle Tyler Polumbus. Right tackle isn’t anywhere near the hardest position to play on a football field, even if the team uses the zone-blocking scheme like the Washington Redskins. Polumbus is also equally poor against the run and the pass.
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