The 1992 Draft Class
In 1992, the NFL welcomed arguably the worst Draft class ever. None of its first-rounders made the Hall of Fame, a failure that remains a record today. The Colts made the first two selections but they both failed miserably. Steve Emtman played nine games in three seasons for Indy but suffered devastating injuries (via Fox Sports).
Meanwhile, Quentin Coryatt dropped a notoriously-bad interception in the 1995 AFC Championship Game. The Colts were the biggest losers but there wasn’t a clear winner. None of the first-round quarterbacks amounted to much with David Klinger and Tommy Maddox failing. However, sixth-rounder Brad Johnson won a Super Bowl with the Buccaneers.