The Sporting News looks at the last 20 years of drafts.... and Mike Williams in Number 4. #1 is Tony Mandarich followed by Ryan Leaf and Charles Rogers. It would be easy to call quarterback David Carr and/or quarterback Joey Harrington the bust of the class of 2002. And though both are still in the league, each is more likely to be remembered for not fulfilling his promise with the Texans and Lions, respectively. But first-round quarterbacks are a 50-50 proposition; for every one that succeeds, one is reasonably expected to fail. At tackle, however, the chances of getting a 10-year mainstay in the top 10 are much greater. When one of them flames out, it's far more noteworthy. The Bills picked tackle Mike Williams in the spot after Harrington. Like many of these high-profile busts, Williams had four years to stink it up in Buffalo before getting a short-term second chance with a new team. A year later, he was a former NFL player.