The 2013 Draft Class
This is only the second Draft Class that we’ve completely written off. There were some star players like Sheldon Richardson and LeVeon Bell. But overall, this class was one of the weakest we’ve seen in the NFL. The Chiefs made Eric Fisher the first-overall pick. He recovered after a weak start to become a decent player and a two-time Pro Bowler.
However, he wasn’t a world-beater as they expected. Dion Jordan is a historically bad selection and one of the most notorious busts in history. Meanwhile, the quarterbacks class left a lot to be desired. It says a lot that Geno Smith was arguably the most successful selection. Buffalo chose EJ Manuel but he didn’t do anything for them (via NFL.com).