Having the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft is supposed to get a team their franchise player for the next decade.
Some of the greatest players of all-time were No. 1 picks.
Unfortunately, that isn't always the case.
In fact, of the six No. 1 picks drafted from 2010-15, only one (Eric Fisher) is still under contract with a team.
Cam Newton, Jameis Winston, Sam Bradford and Jadeveon Clowney are free agents, while Andrew Luck is retired.
That being said, we decided to rank the past 15 No. 1 overall draft picks.
15. JaMarcus Russell, QB (Oakland Raiders- 2007)
Does anything really need to be said here? Russell is the biggest draft bust in NFL history.
Russell lasted just three years in the league, went 7-18 as a starter and threw just 18 touchdowns along with 38 turnovers.
14. Sam Bradford, QB (St. Louis Rams- 2010)
The 2008 Heisman Trophy winner made a lot of money in his career but still never lived up to the expectations that he had when he entered the league.
After signing the largest deal ever for a rookie, Bradford won Offensive Rookie of the Year.
But due in large part to injuries, things only got worst from there.
Bradford tore his ACL twice from 2013-14 and was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles.