1. Todd Marinovich...Need I say anymore
2. 7th overall pick and Napolean Harris for Randy Moss...We could've had a Demarcus Ware or Shawn Merriman with that 7th overall pick and losing Harris made us thin at LB plus Moss never lived up to expectations
3. Michael Huff...We had other holes to fill and better players to fill them with available to us
4. Marc Wilson...big disappointment
5. Quentin Moses...High expectations and couldn't make it out of camp
6. La'Roi Glover...As he said, not so much drafting him, but cutting him after 1 year and he became an all pro
7. Rickey Dudley...Was best known for his butterfingers
8. Eldridge Dickey...Only played 3 seasons with us while the other QB we took in the next round became our all time passing leader
9. John Clay...Never started an NFL game after taken in round 1 in 1987
10. Bob Buczkowski...Never started an NFL game after taken in round 1 in 1986
What I disagreed with him on...
When we traded Randy Moss, I think we should've gotten more than just a 4th rounder for him, but it was good for our team to get him off it. Napolean Harris and Phillip Buchannon were both great players; they just became disgruntled with the organization and both have had trouble being starters elsewhere. You can't call drafting Leon Bender a mistake because nobody had any idea that he was gonna die the next week. I thought Matt Stinchcomb was pretty good at guard, I just think he wanted to leave Oakland after Gruden left because when he left he reunited with Gruden in Tampa Bay. Then Teyo Johnson I thought was a decent second tight end but cutting him and trading Doug Jolley left us with no tight ends at all and we've been very thin there ever since until we drafted Zach Miller.