A second season wrecked by injury, surgery and spats with coaches is enough to keep Robert Griffin III off the list of best team picks of the last decade.
The second player taken in 2012 dominated the NFL as a rookie, proving to be the catalyst for a first NFC East title since 1999.
But as good as he was in 2012, Griffin was every bit as bad in 2013. With his mobility diminished post-major knee surgery, the ex-Heisman Trophy winner was confined to the pocket.
Disaster followed as it soon became apparent that Griffin has trouble reading defenses, progressing through his reads and responding to pressure.
He has a great chance to correct all of these follies under new head coach Jay Gruden, aided by a stronger supporting cast led by new arrivals DeSean Jackson and Andre Roberts.
For now though, the jury remains out on Griffin.
Kedric Golston and Rob Jackson are two late-round defenders who deserve a nod of appreciation on any list of this type. Drafted in the sixth-round in 2006, Golston has survived three coaching changes and a switch in defensive schemes.
The try-hard lineman has remained a solid rotational player.
So has Rob Jackson, the defensive end selected in Round 7 of the 2008 NFL draft. Converting to 3-4 outside linebacker has kept Jackson relevant.
He has shown a flair for producing turnovers, intercepting five passes and forcing a pair of fumbles in his last two seasons.
Finally, 2013 third-round pick Jordan Reed needs to build on an exciting debut year. The "move" tight end could eventually emerge as one of the better selections of the ill-fated Mike Shanahan era.