Top 5 Most Disappointing Lions Draft Picks of the 2000′s

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Honorable Mention

These aren’t first round selections, but they’re still warrants a spot for them somewhere on this list.

-Boss Bailey (2003) Rd. 2/Pick 34
The younger brother of the far more talented Champ, Boss never came into his own in Detroit or the NFL.

-Shaun Rogers (2001) Rd. 2/Pick 6
Rogers inconsistency kept him from reaching his full potential. He returned an interception for a touchdown against Denver after which he suffered brief cardiac arrest in the end zone. He played with Cleveland last year but has moved on to New Orleans.

-Teddy Lehman (2004) Rd. 2/Pick 37
Lehman was so hyped by mastermind Matt Millen you would have expected him to spend a first round pick on him. Needless to say, Lehman was never more than a backup special teamer.

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  • B Willie

    Sorry but Kevin jones and mike Williams were way bigger busts than Gos who can’t even be judged as a bust yet.

  • matt

    Gos isn’t a bust yet; Shaun Rogers went to the pro bowl; mike williams was supposed to be the most talented player in that draft so he should be on here; and i remember charles rogers lighting up arizona, although i’m not arguing he was a total disappointment.