Many of you are too young to remember but the '77 draft was probably our next best with Marvin Powell, Wesley Walker and Joe Klecko (6th round!). A draft where you nab three future pro-bowlers isn't shabby in any era and I think matches the 2000 and 2006 drafts.
Good point and let's not forget the #1 draft in 1965 when the Jets drafted a QB who guaranteed a victory then backed it up with an MVP performance to win Super Bowl III on January 12, 1969, he was also elected to the HOF in 1985
That being said, I do think a horrible draft can be rescued if it produces a franchise QB. You could waste 6 picks but if you snagged a 10-year franchise QB in that draft then it's a success in my book.
Good example - NE Patriots, 2000.
Adrian Klemm, JR Redmond, and a bunch of other guys who were out of football within 4 years. And some guy named Tom Brady.