The 2010 NFL season is in the books and once again, for the second consecutive season, the Jets fell 60 minutes shy of the Super Bowl. Now, the dejected Gang Green nation turns its focus from a once promising season, to the first step towards a Super Bowl run in (if there's no lockout) 2011.... Draft Day.
The Jets drafting history is jaded at best. In the last decade, under the leadership of current GM Mike Tannenbaum and former GMs Terry Bradway and Bill Parcells, the Jets have put together some prosperous drafts (Ellis, Thomas, Revis, Mangold, Sanchez, Keller, Ferguson, etc.) that have contributed to the team's current success. But before then, draft day was a running joke of consistently picking the worst prospects while future Hall of Famers are shunned as being the wrong fit.
Here is a list of the Jets' 10 worst draft picks. I've limited this list to first round picks only, so you won't be seeing Browning Nagle on here.