Originally Posted by JoePNYJ1
Yeah because guys like Gholston, Eric Smith and Anthony Schleigel were brilliant picks.
Show me anyone that's has an absolute perfect career with every single draft pick working out as planned. Especially with Smith and Schlegel, like every single 3rd round pick is a stud
How about also keeping guys like Brick, Mangold, Washington, Rhodes, Revis, and Harris in mind too? I'm not giving Mangini 100% credit for the picks, obviously Tannenbaum deserves his, but seriously if you're going to single out three random bad draft picks from that era at least be objective about it and look at the drafting as a whole. Don't think there's much of a question that our drafting under Tanny with Mangini was a hell of a lot better than post-Mangini. I don't think a GM just magically forgets how to evaluate and draft talent...