NFL: The 5 Worst Quarterbacks Drafted in the Top 5

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NFL: The 5 Worst Quarterbacks Drafted in the Top 5
James Lang-US PRESSWIRE

NFL rookie quarterbacks are making a splash. Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III were drafted No. 1 and No. 2 in the 2012 draft, and along with Brandon Weeden, Russell Wilson and Ryan Tannehill, this class is looking to surpass the 2004 class that included Philip Rivers, Eli Manning and Ben Roethlisberger.

But enough about the quarterbacks that are drafted highly and actually perform well. I am looking deep into the past 30 years to find the five worst quarterbacks that were drafted in the top five of the NFL draft. 

Let this be a cautionary tale for all NFL scouts, GMs and owners to do the most research possible when it comes to drafting a quarterback highly. I invite you to sit back and enjoy the folly of multimillion-dollar mistakes.

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