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Bears dominate dubious top 10 list

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Barely edging out the Cardinals on the Jimmy Johnson scale.

 

5. Curtis Enis, RB, Chicago Bears, 1998

Like Blair Thomas, Ki-Jana Carter and D.J. Dozier before him, Enis kept up the grand tradition of Penn State running back busts. In three seasons with the Bears, Enis rushed for 1,500 yards and four touchdowns. He joins fellow 1998 top-five picks Leaf and Wadsworth on our list.

Honorable mention: Trev Alberts (1994), Mike Junkin (1987)

 

8. David Terrell, WR, Chicago Bears, 2001

If Terrell was half as good as he thought he was, he'd still be in the NFL instead of flaming out after burning bridges and dropping passes during his five NFL seasons.

Honorable mention: None

 

Does this shock anyone?

<em>This FanPost was written by a Windy City Gridiron member, and does not necessarily reflect the ideas or opinions of its staff or community.</em>

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