Yesterday, the guys over at SBNation.com took a look at the NFL Draft, having a roundtable discussion of the players most likely to bust from this year's crop of rookies. While no Miami Dolphins made the list (although Ryan Tannehill has been brought up in the comments), it is interesting to look at whom other see as a possible bust.
To introduce the piece, SBNation.com's NFL Editor Joel Thorman writes:
"One of the reasons the NFL is so great is that at times like this, around the month of May, nearly every team can legitimately claim to have a shot the next year. Parity is the name of the game in the NFL, but the teams that stay consistently competitive are the ones that excel at the NFL Draft. And the ones that consistently struggle are usually the ones that do not excel at the draft.
"That brings us to the question in SB Nation's NFL roundtable: Which draft pick is most likely to be a bust?"
The roundtable consisted of three members, Thorman, who also is the editor for the Chiefs' SB Nation blog Arrowhead Pride, Ryan Van Bibber from Turf Show Times (St. Louis Rams), and Alfie Crow of Big Cat Country (Jacksonville Jaguars). Each of them picked the player they thought most likely to bust.
Continue reading to see who they picked:
Thorman - Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Dontari Poe
VIDEO: Dontari Poe Scouting Report
Van Bibber - New York Jets defensive end Quinton Coples
Crow - Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden
Who do you think is the most likely player in the 2012 draft to bust? Do you agree with one of the three SBNation.com roundtable members? Or, do you think it will be someone else? Let us know below, and make sure you head over to the full roundtable article to leave your thoughts there are well.