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I hated Mike Williams as a prospect, and I really tended to look at the offensive players during the Leinart/Bush era as overrated.
That said, I loved Winston Justice. Back in '06 I hoped the Jets would take Cutler at 4, and draft Justice with our 29. I'm happy we have D'Brick, one of the most underrated OL-men in the league right now.
Brian Leonard - He was obviously overrated, but I didn't think he'd be outright meh.
Kamerion Wimbley - Hopefully he can find himself under The Tyrant in Cleveland. I doubt it, as The Tyrant tends to drag his players down with processes.
Brodie Croyle - The injuries and his size/build were an issue, but still I like him alot.
Barry Cofield - Not a bust really, as he's been pretty solid. Big, athletic DT that I thought could/should have been drafted as a 3-4 DE. If the Giants let him go, I hope the Jets jump on him. I'm not sure that they will, but it's possible.
Antrel Rolle - I thought he'd be an awesome corner. He's still a very useful player, but yea...
Wow, that's a whole load of terrible players. Kudos for spotting that nonsense.
If I had a top10 pick, I'd be a little upset to end up with Rolle.
Coming out of college I thought he was to going to be the next great thing.
He's turned out to be a solid starter but not much else, IMO of course.
I really thought he was going to be a highlight reel and Pro Bowler for the majority of his career.
He's not bad... but not great.
His name might look odd in my list with all those bust.
I wouldn't call him a bust but I expected a whole lot more from him.
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I thought Omar Jacobs was going to be the cat's meow. Another miss was me thinking Jeremy Bloom would be a decent slot receiver and kick returner. I thought Charles Gordon/Will Blackmon were going to be shut down guys and neither has really gotten past the dime/nickel spot on a depth chart yet.
Jeremy Bloom, I thought he could've been the next great white hope at returner.
Stanley McClover had big time opportunity but never caught on, which is a shame because I loved his speed.
Eric Shelton, big mean SOB who made his highlight tape running through rather than around defenders, came to the NFL and was a lazy slob who couldn't get on the field, then when he did he was slow and out of shape.