Philadelphia Eagles: The 10 Worst Draft Picks of the Andy Reid Era

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Philadelphia Eagles: The 10 Worst Draft Picks of the Andy Reid Era
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In 13 years running a football team, any head coach is bound to have some bad picks. After all, nearly half of all first-round picks turn out to be busts. Many more never develop into the player the team thought he would be when they selected him in the first round.

Andy Reid has had his fair share of poor draft picks, beginning with Freddie Mitchell in 2001—the UCLA wide receiver who was supposed to be Donovan McNabb’s go-to guy.

What often makes picks worse is that the player who went soon afterwards and had Reid drafted a little better, maybe the Philadelphia Eagles would have won a Super Bowl during Reid’s tenure.

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