The NFL draft is the most scrutinized event in the sport of football.
Every player goes through drills, interviews and all sorts of other mind-boggling tasks all to prove that they're the guy that every NFL franchise needs.
All this hype leads fans to believe that these guys are just ready to throw the pads on and be at full speed...which simply isn't true.
There's a learning curve from college to the pros, and that causes a few guys to disappoint in their rookie year.
It's not all bad though.
Considering all things, Peyton Manning was a disappointment his rookie season in Indy, throwing 28 interceptions and winning just three games.
Just because you disappoint your rookie season, doesn't make you a bust. It just means you better get your act together a lot quicker.