18. Jacksonville Jaguars – Blaine Gabbert
Blaine Gabbert was one of the first cautionary tales of the transition quarterbacks who play in a spread system face when coming into the NFL. Gabbert was forced into action as a rookie on the Jacksonville Jaguars, and the results weren’t pretty. In the three seasons he spent in Jacksonville, he was either injured, or just played terribly in general.
Less than three years after picking Gabbert, the Jaguars traded him for a 6th-round pick to the San Francisco 49ers. The best part of this pick? Gabbert was taken one spot of some guy named JJ Watt.