Bruce Irvin and the Other Worst Picks in the NFL Draft
Now that the 2012 NFL draft is in the books, it’s time for Matt Miller's analysis of which picks were the worst of the entire three days.
Leading that category is Jacksonsville’s perfunctory choice to take a punter, Cal’s Bryan Anger, in the third round with the 70th overall pick. While special teams are important, the Jags had many more glaring needs to fill and missed an opportunity to do so at that stage of the draft.
Other highly questionable selections include New England’s selection of safety Tavon Wilson, who was not in Matt Miller's Top 300 Picks, and Seattle’s reach to take pass rusher Bruce Irvin with the 15th overall pick.
Miller is also down on the selections of Ryan Tannehill and Brandon Weeden. Find out why on this episode of NFLDraft365.
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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