14. Jason Campbell (2005, Pick #25)
Things started off on the wrong foot for Jason Campbell the day that Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder’s total nincompoop of a personnel executive (Vinny Cerrato) acquired an additional first round pick late in the 2005 NFL Draft, and all but shouted from the rooftops that they intended to draft Jason Campbell with said selection.
The Redskins drafted followed through by drafting Campbell, and despite showing occasional flashes of potential during his first couple of seasons in Washington, then-head coach Joe Gibbs always seemed to prefer the veteran types ahead of him (like Mark Brunell and Todd Collins), and after Gibbs retired, the Redskins made another blunder by hiring Jim Zorn as their head coach to “fix” Campbell. As we all know, Zorn lasted only two hilariously bad years there.