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Mr. Scot

Who is the Panthers biggest draft bust?

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From a strictly business perspective? Everette Brown.

From an emotional perspective? Rae Carruth.

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No one has mentioned oft injured #8 overall pick Tim Biakabatuka. Eddie George, Marvin Harrison and Ray Lewis all picked after him in the first.

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Everette Brown because of what we traded for him.

The only thing here is I cant blame Everett Brown for Marty Hurney's total stupidity as a general Manager.

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All I know is that if I was in chare of our draft the past decade.....fuggin Super Bowl.

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Armanti deserves at least an honorable mention considering we used a 2nd and 3rd round pick for him.

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look at the rest of the players from that draft and it is not like we passed up on anyone worth a damn.

Off the top of my head...

- Geno Atkins

- Jimmy Graham

- Kam Chancellor

- Jared Veldheer

- Aaron Hernandez

- Navarro Bowman

- Sean Lee

- Antonio Brown

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True to form in this thread, he thing that always takes up a healthy portion of "who's the worst bust" discussions is what everyone's criteria for judging a draft bust actually is.

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Not even close.

Carruth was a wasted 1st. Brown, Shelton, and Pickles were a wasted 2nd.

Otah was a wasted 1st, 2nd, and 4th.

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