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In recent years, the Tennessee Titans have done pretty well overall in the NFL Draft. In 2014, they nabbed Taylor Lewan, one of the NFL’s best tackles. The following year, they got their franchise quarterback in Marcus Mariota.

Additionally, the Titans have managed to snag All-Pro’s Kevin Byard and Jack Conklin, and starters Derrick Henry and Adoree’ Jackson.

Unfortunately for the Titans, the recent success is just some air-freshener over a bad odor. Because, for years, the team was pretty bad at drafting.

Former general manager Ruston Webster was infamous for his disastrous draft classes. Outside of the first round, where he was somehow able to consistently get quality talent, he failed miserably to select and develop talent.

Here is a list of the five biggest draft flops in Titans team history, most of which come from the Webster era.

5 Biggest Titans Draft Flops —>

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  1. Where is Chris Henry? Second round pick in 2007, popped for steroids as a rookie, gained 122 yards on 33 carries in his Titans career. Despite using a 2nd rounder the year before, the Titans knew they had a bust in Henry and spent a first rounder on the same position in 2008. Zero trade value, so he was released for nothing. At least DGB was tradeable.

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