NFL Draft 2012: Worst Picks of Round 1

NFL Draft 365Official AccountApril 27, 2012

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Some draft picks end up being gems, while many others turn out to be busts, leaving teams wishing they never made the selection.

NFL draft expert Matt Miller is live at Radio City Music Hall, ready to explain which teams made the worst first-round picks.

Included on Miller’s list is the Miami Dolphins’ selection of Ryan Tannehill with the No. 8 overall pick in the 2012 draft.

Miller is also down on another quarterback selection: the Cleveland Browns taking Brandon Weeden with the No. 22 pick. With that pick, Weeden becomes the oldest individual ever drafted since the merger.

Another questionable selection came as the Seattle Seahawks chose the embattled Bruce Irvin with the No. 15 pick.

Find out why Miller believes these three picks were the worst of the 2012 NFL draft’s first round.

Stayed tuned all weekend as Bleacher Report provides wall-to-wall coverage of the 2012 NFL draft. Bleacher Report draft expert Matt Miller is live at Radio City Music Hall with all the news and analysis.

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