Every year there are fans who are frightened by the thought of certain players being drafted by their favorite team.
Some players are extremely gifted athletes, but they have poor attitudes and cause problems wherever they go.
On the other hand, some prospects are classy human beings, but they leave a lot to be desired on the football field (Tim Tebow).
These "red flag" athletes enter the draft every single year, and there's typically at least one team willing to roll the dice and take a chance on a questionable character. Sometimes it pays off, lots of times it doesn't.
But in the end, no one is more acquainted with terrible drafts than St. Louis Rams fans.
Whether it's Jimmy "I'm Hungry" Kennedy, Tye "Burnt Toast" Hill, Adam "I'm Playing What Position?" Carriker or Alex "False Start" Barron, the Rams have been able to reel in some pretty embarrassing prospects in recent years.
The Rams are hopefully back on track as far as leadership, but suppose there's an emergency on draft day?
Head coach Jeff Fisher and general manager Les Snead go out for Indian food on eve of the draft and get food poisoning. So now what?
Owner Stan Kroenke calls in the "dream team" to operate the draft.
Former head coach Scott Linehan and former general manager Jay Zygmunt come in from the bullpen to take over the show.
All they have to do is turn in the picks that Fisher and Snead make for them, but they decide to unplug the phone and take over the draft.
So what are the terrible picks that inevitably follow?