NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Every team has their share of draft-day busts. The Jets, however, have made an art out of bungling their first-round picks.

Sure, the Jets have hit some home runs along the way, but for many years, their first-round draft history read more like a Stephen King novel.

Here is a look at their worst picks.

7. Dewayne Robertson, DT, Kentucky, 2003

Dewayne Robertson

The Jets’ Dewayne Robertson looks on during a game against the Minnesota Vikings on December 17, 2006, in Minneapolis. (Photo by Lisa Blumenfeld/Getty Images)

Robertson actually had a couple of decent years in New York, but he never lived up to the lofty expectations that not only came with being the fourth overall selection but also the Jets giving up two first-round picks to trade up to get him. In five seasons with Gang Green, he had 174 tackles and 14½ sacks.

6. Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama, 2013

Dee Milliner defends

Jets corner Dee Milliner, right, breaks up a pass to Saints wide receiver Robert Meachem during New York’s 26-20 win at MetLife Stadium on Nov. 3, 2013. (Photo by Ron Antonelli/Getty Images)

The Jets were looking for a new shutdown cornerback after trading Darrelle Revis to Tampa Bay, and Milliner certainly looked the part after a stellar college career at Alabama. But his game never translated to the NFL, and health wasn’t on his side, either. In three seasons in New York, Milliner played in just 21 games, intercepting three passes.

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5. Kyle Brady, TE, Penn State, 1995

Kyle Brady

Jets tight end Kyle Brady tries to break the tackle of Dolphins safety Brock Marion on Oct. 4, 1998, at Giants Stadium. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)

The Rich Kotite era got off to inauspicious start when the first-year Jets coach passed on defensive tackle Warren Sapp, who failed a pre-draft drug test, and instead took Brady, who put together four ho-hum seasons in New York. In all fairness to the Jets, 10 other teams also passed on Sapp, and, by most accounts, Bill Belichick and the Browns were ready to snap up Brady one spot after the Jets’ pick.

4. Roger Vick, FB, Texas A&M, 1987

Roger Vick

Jets fullback Roger Vick finds running room against the Indianapolis Colts on Oct. 1, 1989, at Giants Stadium. (Photo by T. G. Higgins/Allsport)

Taken with the 21st pick, Vick rushed for 1,289 yards and 10 touchdowns in his three years with the Jets. He spent a year with the Eagles, carrying the ball just 16 times, before his career was over.

3. Johnny “Lam” Jones, WR, Texas, 1980

Johnny Lam Jones

Jets wide receiver Johnny “Lam” Jones catches a 23-yard touchdown pass from Richard Todd against the Green Bay Packers on Nov. 28, 1982, at Shea Stadium. (Photo by Bruce Bennett Studios/Getty Images)

The Jets were so enamored by the Olympic gold-medal sprinter that they traded up to the second overall pick to get him, giving up two first-round picks in the process. Jones could fly, but catching the ball — that was another story. His best season in five years with the Jets: 43 catches, 734 yards, four touchdowns.

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2. Blair Thomas, RB, Penn State, 1990

Blair Thomas

The Jets’ Blair Thomas runs the ball against the Green Bay Packers on Nov. 3, 1991, at Giants Stadium. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Allsport)

The Jets used the second overall pick on the Penn State running back. In four years with Gang Green, Thomas’ best season was 728 rushing yards and three TDs. Just think Emmitt Smith came out that very same year.

1. Vernon Gholston, DE/LB, Ohio State, 2008

Vernon Gholston

The Jets Vernon Gholston tackles Texans quarterback Matt Shaub on Nov. 21, 2010 at the New Meadowlands Stadium. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

After recording just 29 sacks in 2007, the Jets hoped Gholston would be the answer to their pass-rushing woes. But the sixth overall pick in the draft was out of football after three years, having never recorded a single sack.

DISHONORABLE MENTION
• Ron Faurot, DE/DT, Arkansas, 1984
• Russell Carter, CB, SMU, 1984
• Dave Cadigan, G, USC, 1988
• Johnny Mitchell, TE, Nebraska, 1992
• Mike Haight, G, Iowa, 1986