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AtheGreat
03-29-2007, 09:08 AM
so, i'm bored as all get out and have been looking at that drafthistory.com for a little bit. and, since there is no good news going on, what do you think was the worst (recent) draft year?

i'd say '02. bunch of high-pick busts and overall lack of stars. '05 came in 2nd. not many good players that year. Brown, Braylon, caddilac seem to be the only decent players that year.

kastofsna
03-29-2007, 09:14 AM
the first round of the '92 draft is dreadful.

as for individual teams, look at miami's '87 draft. putrid.

beerlover
03-29-2007, 09:32 AM
the Texans sure started in a hole w/2002 class then just dug themselves deeper all for the bargain basement price of 700+ million :wheel:

Rex King
03-29-2007, 03:52 PM
I remember thinking 2000 was bad, but when I looked it up, this just sticks out
17. Sebastian Janikowski Raiders.

I would be getting a rope if the Texans if ever drafted a kicker in the first round.

Overall, I don't think 02 was too bad, just too many busts in the top 4. I guess not coincidentally, 02 and 05 were the years of our worst first round picks.

281
03-29-2007, 03:54 PM
1987 Miami Dolphins Draft Class

1 1 16 16 John Bosa DE Boston College
2 2 15 43 Rick Graf LB Wisconsin
3 2 28 56 Scott Schwedes WR Syracuse
4 4 15 99 Troy Stradford RB Boston College
5 5 20 132 Chris Conlin T Penn State
6 6 15 155 Lance Sellers LB Boise State
7 7 14 182 Tom Brown RB Pittsburgh
8 8 15 210 Joel Williams TE Notre Dame
9 8 17 212 Mark Dennis T Illinois
10 9 14 237 Tim Pidgeon LB Syracuse
11 10 15 266 Bobby Taylor DB Wisconsin
12 11 14 293 Terence Mann DT Southern Methodist
13 12 15 322 Jim Karsatos QB Ohio State

not one name i recognize, but that's not really fair, considering i didn't even exist at the time.

Errant Hothy
03-29-2007, 04:22 PM
Our 02 wasn't that bad, from teh 12 picks we got 4 starters, 1 is on another team and 7 are out of the NFL. Great? No; big time suckage? Also a no.

Tampa had 8 picks in 02, got 1 starter the rest are out of the NFL. Now that sucks.