Chart: Tackles in the top 10 in past 20 NFL drafts

  • Updated: April 21, 2012 - 5:23 PM

MIXED RESULTS IN TOP 10

Here are the 23 offensive tackles taken in the top 10 over the past 20 NFL drafts, with their original team's record in parentheses. Only four posted winning records during their stays with the teams that drafted them.

BOB WHITFIELD

No. 8 by Atlanta in 1992

• Played 12 years for the Falcons (82-109-1), starting all 16 games in nine of those seasons. He lasted 15 years in the NFL, playing 220 career games.

RAY ROBERTS

No. 10 by Seattle in 1992

• Played 127 games with 116 starts. After four seasons in Seattle (22-42), he played his final five years for the Lions.

WILLIE ROAF

No. 8 by New Orleans in 1993

• Hall of Famer had 13 seasons in the league, reaching the Pro Bowl 11 times. After nine years in New Orleans (57-87), he finished in Kansas City.

TONY BOSELLI

No. 2 by Jacksonville in 1995

• Played 91 games over seven seasons for the Jaguars (62-50) and was an All-Pro from 1997 to '99.

WILLIE ANDERSON

No. 10 by Cincinnati in 1996

• Was sturdy for 13 seasons, the first 12 with the Bengals (76-116). He played 195 career games and started 184 of them. Four-time Pro Bowler.

ORLANDO PACE

No. 1 by St. Louis in 1997

• After 12 seasons with the Rams (92-100), finished his career with a one-season stint in Chicago. He made 165 starts in his 169 career games and made the Pro Bowl from 1999 to 2005.

WALTER JONES

No. 6 by Seattle in 1997

• Played his entire 12-year career with the Seahawks (102-90) and started 180 games. Made nine Pro Bowls.

CHRIS SAMUELS

No. 3 by Washington in 2000

• Lasted 10 years and played in 141 games for the 'Skins (70-90). He made the Pro Bowl six times.

MIKE WILLIAMS

No. 4 by Buffalo in 2002

• Had four years with the Bills (28-36), then one season each in Jacksonville and Washington.

BRYANT MCKINNIE

No. 7 by the Vikings in 2002

• In nine years with the Vikings (74-70), made 131 starts and was selected to 2009 Pro Bowl. Released last summer, played all 16 games in 2011 for the Ravens.

LEVI JONES

No. 10 by Cincinnati in 2002

• Seven seasons with the Bengals (48-63-1) and finished his career in 2009 with the Redskins.

JORDAN GROSS

No. 8 by Carolina in 2003

• Has 135 starts in his nine seasons for the Panthers (72-72), with two Pro Bowls.

ROBERT GALLERY

No. 2 by Oakland in 2004

• Played his first seven seasons in Oakland (33-79) before last year in Seattle.

D'BRICKASHAW FERGUSON

No. 4 by the N.Y. Jets in 2006

• Hasn't missed a start in six seasons with the Jets (51-45) and made the Pro Bowl the past three seasons.

JOE THOMAS

No. 3 by Cleveland in 2007

• Hasn't missed a start in five seasons with the Browns (28-52) and made the Pro Bowl all five seasons. All-Pro for the past three.

LEVI BROWN

No. 5 by Arizona in 2007

• Has played in 77 games and hasn't missed a start over the past four seasons for Arizona (40-40).

JAKE LONG

No. 1 by Miami in 2008

• Has played in and started 62 of Miami's 64 games over the past four seasons (31-33), all of them Pro Bowl seasons.

JASON SMITH

No. 2 by St. Louis in 2009

• Hampered by injuries and inconsistent play. Played 29 games with 26 starts in his first three seasons with the Rams (10-38).

ANDRE SMITH

No. 6 by Cincinnati in 2009

• Started 19 times and played in 27 games in his first three seasons for the Bengals (23-25).

EUGENE MONROE

No. 8 by Jacksonville in 2009

• Played 45 games and started 42 during his first three seasons for the Jaguars (23-28).

TRENT WILLIAMS

No. 4 by Washington in 2010

• Played in 24 games and started 23 during his first two seasons (11-21).

RUSSELL OKUNG

No. 6 by Seattle in 2010

• Has 22 starts in his first two seasons with the Seahawks (14-18).

TYRON SMITH

No. 9 by Dallas in 2011

• Started all 16 games as a rookie last season for the Cowboys (8-8).

DAN WIEDERER

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Cleveland 86 4th Qtr 0:31
Indiana 92
Washington 79 4th Qtr 0:31
Philadelphia 85
Golden State 98 4th Qtr 10:14
Toronto 59
New York 75 4th Qtr 8:59
Detroit 76
Orlando 71 4th Qtr 7:18
Atlanta 78
Charlotte 91 4th Qtr 3:32
Boston 94
LA Clippers 46 3rd Qtr 9:37
Memphis 41
Brooklyn 62 3rd Qtr 10:44
Houston 53
Miami 62 3rd Qtr 8:07
New Orleans 63
Minnesota 51 3rd Qtr 7:51
Chicago 52
Utah 24 1st Qtr 3:00
Denver 11
San Antonio 9:00 PM
Sacramento
Milwaukee 9:30 PM
LA Lakers
Oklahoma City 9:30 PM
Portland
Boston 3 FINAL(OT)
New Jersey 2
Calgary 1 3rd Prd :21
NY Islanders 2
Washington 0 3rd Prd 5:34
Carolina 2
Chicago 0 3rd Prd 18:31
Tampa Bay 2
Colorado 0 2nd Prd 17:56
Dallas 0
Los Angeles 9:00 PM
Anaheim
Siena 63 FINAL
Quinnipiac 73
Harvard 49 FINAL
Cornell 57
Penn 69 FINAL
Brown 75
Fairfield 65 FINAL
Canisius 72
Manhattan 75 FINAL
Iona 79
Saint Peters 67 FINAL
Marist 69
Princeton 60 FINAL
Yale 81
Ohio 42 2nd Half 7:50
Akron 51
Dartmouth 46 2nd Half 14:28
Columbia 46
Valparaiso 9:00 PM
Cleveland State
Louisiana Tech 75 FINAL
Texas-El Paso 88
Seton Hall 77 FINAL
Xavier 60
Cornell 54 FINAL
Harvard 60
Yale 49 FINAL
(14) Princeton 67
Elon 51 FINAL
Drexel 54
Northeastern 47 FINAL
James Madison 82
St Johns 60 FINAL
Butler 49
Creighton 71 FINAL
Georgetown 62
Brown 58 FINAL
Penn 75
Columbia 50 FINAL
Dartmouth 60
Canisius 54 FINAL
Siena 58
St Josephs Brooklyn 35 FINAL
NJIT 78
Western Carolina 86 FINAL
UNC Greensboro 80
Colorado 47 2nd Half 7:53
Arizona 41
Southern Ill 52 2nd Half 13:12
Bradley 50
Drake 34 2nd Half 12:07
Wichita State 55
Indiana State 56 2nd Half 6:21
Evansville 43
Illinois State 36 2nd Half 9:12
Loyola-Chicago 52
Northern Iowa 58 2nd Half 6:34
Missouri State 50
Utah 24 2nd Half
(10) Arizona State 18
Providence 26 2nd Half
Villanova 33
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Date/Opponent Time W L Score
2014 preseason     
Aug 8 - vs. Oakland 7 pmX10-6
Aug 16 - vs. Arizona 7:30 pmX30-28
Aug 23 - at Kansas City 7 pmX30-12
Aug 28 - at Tennessee 7 pmX19-3
2014 regular season     
Sep 7 - at St. Louis NoonX34-6
Sep 14 - vs. New England NoonX30-7
Sep 21 - at New Orleans NoonX20-9
Sep 28 - vs. Atlanta 3:25 pmX41-28
Oct 2 - at Green Bay 7:25 pmX42-10
Oct 12 - vs. Detroit NoonX17-3
Oct 19 - at. Buffalo NoonX17-16
Oct 26 - at Tampa Bay NoonX19-13 ot
Nov 2 - vs. Washington NoonX29-26
Nov 9 - Bye
Nov 16 - at Chicago NoonX21-13
Nov. 23 - vs. Green Bay NoonX24-21
Nov. 30 - vs. Carolina NoonX31-13
Dec 7 - vs. NY Jets NoonX30-24 ot
Dec 14 - at Detroit 3:25 pmX16-14
Dec 21 - at Miami NoonX37-35
Dec 28 - vs. Chicago NoonX13-9

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