The 2013 NFL draft is sure to have excitement, including teams completely botching their picks. It seems to happen every year when a team in the first round makes a random selection or picks a prospect earlier than projected.
In 2003, the Minnesota Vikings probably made the biggest draft day blunder in recent memory. They waited too long to make their selection, allowing two other teams to jump in front of them and rapidly make picks.
There have been many other instances when teams such as the Oakland Raiders or Detroit Lions have overreached on a wide receiver that no other team had targeted in that spot.
Whatever the situation, organizations and general managers fold under the pressure and botch their picks on draft day.