The Green Bay Packers worst draft selection on the offensive line


This one isn’t even close. I could talk about Allen Barbre and Marshall Newhouse until we all get headaches; and while talent wise they may actually be worse, it is pretty obvious that the worst tackle ever drafted by the Packers is Tony Mandarich.

The former Michigan State standout was once dubbed by Sports Illustrated as the best offensive lineman prospect of all time, but he is currently considered by many the biggest flop in NFL history. Mandarich was selected in the first round of the 1989 draft with the second overall pick and lasted just three seasons in Green Bay. During which time he succumbed to addiction. There’s not much more to add about Mandarich, let’s just be thankful that Brett Favre washed away all the bad things Mandarich made us feel.

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