2011 NFL Draft Preview: Pittsburgh Steelers' Worst Draft Picks of the Tomlin Era

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2011 NFL Draft Preview: Pittsburgh Steelers' Worst Draft Picks of the Tomlin Era
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Since Mike Tomlin took over the Steelers coaching job in 2007, the Steelers have no had a first round bust. This follows the trend that Pittsburgh has been following since Kevin Colbert joined the front office in 2000.

However, the Steelers have had a number of busts in the middle rounds of the draft that have had a negative impact on depth and left gaping holes years later.

Luckily for the Steelers, they have had more success drafting players than striking out. Still, the second and third round misses have had short and long term consequences for the team.

Here is a look at the worst draft picks since Mike Tomlin took over Pittsburgh’s head coaching job in 2007.

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