AFC West: Forget the NFL Combine, Let’s Talk Top Ten Draft Busts Ever

March 2, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Now that the combine is over and we have a little over a month until the draft. Now it is the time for teams to start sorting through the players and deciding who they want to target as their draft selection. 
Every year, prospects that are highly touted out of college turn out to be scrubs while others perform far above their draft status.
The following listing is not about the players who performed above their draft status. In fact, this list is about the AFC West draft selections that were supposed to revive their respective franchises, but instead did nothing but set their team back for a few years.
So without further ado:
No. 10: John Clay– John Clay was an Offensive Tackle out of Missouri. Clay was the 15th pick of the first round in 1988. Clay started nine games as a rookie, and the Raiders shipped him to San Diego along with two high draft choices for Jim Lachey. Once in San Diego he started only two more games.
What is absolutely amazing is ...

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