Worst #30 Overall NFL Draft Picks

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The Top Ten

1 Craig Powell

In the 95' draft we go back to the dog turd pound where once again a Brown bust has to be found, and its one that did nothing, and I mean exactly nothing period. - htoutlaws2012

2 A. J. Jenkins

Speaking of very brief players let's transition to another failed Jim Harbaugh offensive player. He played for three games total, and in one of those he had a chance to have something for pride, but overall was a waste of time pick seeing they also had Michael Crabtree, and Ted Ginn Jr. Sure Randy Moss was only there because he wanted to win a super bowl. Eventually Jenkins after a season was a dust in the sand along with that busted up receiving group which got a much better upgrade getting Torrey Smith, and Anquan Boldin shortly after their defeat that super bowl blackout. - htoutlaws2012

3 Marcus Nash

''Teams end up reaching for a player in those final few spots just to fill a need. The Denver Broncos did just that back in 1998, coming fresh off a Super Bowl victory when they drafted the University of Tennessee’s star wide receiver, Marcus Nash.

He was fast, tall, and physically intimidating. But that was not enough and he lasted just eight games in Denver before they discovered his reputation was boosted as a result of his QB in college, a guy by the name of Peyton Manning, instead of his abilities.'' - htoutlaws2012

4 Jahvid Best Jahvid Best

He was a track and field player that just got plagued by concussion injuries. Best is one of the few players suing the NFL because of the head trauma he has suffered. He showed flashes he could be good, but than that faded quickly with the developing injuries, and inconsistencies in his brief two seasons. - htoutlaws2012

5 Craig Davis

''In CBD's rookie season, he missed only two games (games 7 and 8) and put up decent "slot WR" numbers: 20 catches, 188 yds, 1 TD. He also ran the ball 3 times for 9 yards. After this season it seemed fairly evident that he'd be taking Chris Chambers' starting WR spot soon. Then it all fell apart.

In his second season, Davis played in just four games. He finished the season with 4 catches for 59 yards.

In his third season, Davis playing in just one game. This has plenty to do with the Chargers plan, though. Although seemingly healthy all season, Davis was kept on the sidelines until a meaningless Week 17 game against the Washington Redskins. In that game he caught 6 passes for 52 yards and also ran the ball once for 4 yards. It was obvious that Davis had the talent, and the Chargers hoped an entire season away from the field would help him to be more consistent with his health.'' This David brother had little amount shown to be more less a very waste pick on the Chargers ...more - htoutlaws2012

6 Sammy Davis

''There's not a ton to say about Sammy, because his career was so painfully dull. I suppose his rookie season was alright, when h picked off two passes and had 10 defended passes total to go along with 58 tackles. However, two things were made obvious that season to anyone who watched more than a few minutes of a Chargers game. Davis started all 16 games of his rookie season, and many hoped he was primed for a breakout season in 2004. He wasn't. Despite again collecting 10 defended passes (did I mention he was on a defense with Jammer and Jamal Williams? ), Sammy had just 1 interception and just 38 tackles. He also started in just 10 games and missed 4 games entirely. The next Quentin Jammer, he was not.'' The other Davis brother was not much better than the other. - htoutlaws2012

7 Ross Verba

It's the late 90's and Green Bay had a great team in the 90's, but one thing that wasn't their strongest link was the offensive line. So with their first pick after winning their 3rd super bowl take Verba a Guard and it looked like a safe pick. He did stay healthy for the most part its his technique that was the issue thus after 4 seasons he was gone, and went to the Browns for another of those year, and then one more for the Lions. Once he was off the field he had a gambling addiction and thus a downfall trend of those bust seem to be this go to thing. - htoutlaws2012

8 Andre Johnson

Now we are not talking about the hall of famer for the Houston Texans to be oh no that Andre Johnson was great. This Andre Johnson played for the Washington Redskins in the late 90's, and he was offensive lineman coming outta Penn St. ''He was not even active for a single game for us in his rookie season if I have my facts straight. Then we cut him in 1997, completing the nightmare. I wonder how many years he would have been kept if Vinny drafted him? '' Luckily for him his name is overshadowed by the other Johnson we all know now, but for Redskin fans they know of this Johnson for life as a draft bust. - htoutlaws2012

9 Dustin Keller Dustin Keller

Not a bad player overall its just for a first round pick that's a Tight End you'd expect more outta a guy whose actually pretty good being very misused in Jersey. - htoutlaws2012

10 Kevin Jones

Compared to the rest of the Lions busts in that 2000's decade Kevin Jones was the least of those. Jones did a great start for a rookie running for over 1,000 yards, but eventually the yards production took a dive, and he wasn't the same player when he started as a rookie. - htoutlaws2012

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