30. Kelly Stouffer (1987, Pick #6)
The quarterback whose last name sounds like stove top stuffing basically played as well as stovetop stuffing for the team that coveted him.
The then-St. Louis Cardinals drafted quarterback Kelly Stouffer with the 6th overall pick in the 1987 NFL Draft, but Stouffer and the Cardinals could not come to a contract agreement, leading the former to sit out his entire rookie season.
That didn’t stop the Seattle Seahawks from trading for Stouffer, sending three picks for his services. In four seasons in Seattle, Stouffer threw only seven touchdowns, juxtaposed with 19 interceptions.
29. Jeff George (1990, Pick #1)
Jeff George is that guy who’s preternaturally talented at his job, but never became a success because of his own sense of entitlement and total inability to get along with anyone in the workplace. George backed out of two different college scholarships because he coaches wouldn’t cater their offense to him.
But because of his rare arm talent, he was still the #1 overall pick of the 1990 NFL Draft, taken by the Indianapolis Colts. But the Colts had enough of antics after just four seasons (he had a winning record in only one of them), trading him to the Atlanta Falcons, where he famously had the sideline blow up with then-coach June Jones.