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Ranking Every No. 1 Pick in the NFL Draft Since 2000

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the New York Giants
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2007)In 31 games
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Kansas City Chiefs
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the Buffalo Bills
Atlanta Falcons
the Philadelphia Eagles
the Arizona Cardinals
Carolina Panthers
San Diego Chargers
Philip Rivers
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JaMarcus Russell
Kyler Murray
Baker Mayfield
Courtney Brown
David Carr
Myles Garrett
Sam Bradford
Jameis Winston
Jared Goff
Jeff Fisher
Sean McVay
Pro Bowler
Eric Fisher
Jadeveon Clowney
Jake Long
Alex Smith
Aaron Rodgers
Andrew Luck
Matthew Stafford
Mario Williams
Michael Vick
2003Carson Palmer
Jon Kitna
Peyton Manning
Cam Newton
Russell Wilson
Eli Manning

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Los Angeles
South Carolina
San Francisco
San Diego

a Super Bowl
the Super Bowl once.11
Pro Bowl
the Pro Bowl
the NFC Championship Game

Positivity     45.00%   
   Negativity   55.00%
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Still, he's an above-average 10-year starter with the 18th-most passing yards (41,025) in NFL history.Stafford won the 2011 Comeback Player of the Year award after a shoulder injury, and he made the Pro Bowl in 2014.Drafted: Houston Texans, 2006Although he officially earned just a single All-Pro honor, Mario Williams played at that elite level throughout much of an 11-year career.The pass-rusher notched double-digit sacks in five seasons, including a career-high 14.5 in 2014. He retired after the 2016 campaign with 97.5 career sacks—a top-40 total in NFL history.Williams spent six years in Houston, four on the Buffalo Bills and one with the Miami Dolphins, and he landed on two Pro Bowl teams at each of the former two stops.Drafted: Atlanta Falcons, 2001When considering the impact a player had on the sport, Michael Vick deserves a higher spot. But after 74 games, his involvement in a dog-fighting ring led to 21 months in federal prison.Upon his return, Vick joined the Philadelphia Eagles and won Comeback Player of the Year with a Pro Bowl trip in 2010.Vick currently holds the NFL's all-time record for rushing yards (6,109) by a quarterback.Drafted: Cincinnati Bengals, 2003Carson Palmer never reached the pinnacle of the sport, but he put together a respectable 15-year career.After sitting behind Jon Kitna as a rookie, Palmer took control of the offense in 2004. The Cardinals reached the NFC Championship Game the next season.Palmer retired with 46,247 passing yards and 294 touchdowns, which rank 14th and 13th, respectively, in league history.Drafted: Carolina Panthers, 2011Here's the complete list of quarterbacks with 3,500-plus yards of total offense in each of their first eight seasons: Peyton Manning, Cam Newton and Russell Wilson.Decent group, no?In 2011, Newton threw for 4,000-plus yards and won Offensive Rookie of the Year. Four years later, he earned league MVP as he totaled 4,473 yards and 45 touchdowns, and the Panthers reached the Super Bowl that season. He accounted for 18 touchdowns and only two interceptions in those two playoff runs.Along with two Super Bowl MVP awards, Manning has four Pro Bowl trips and three NFC East titles on his resume.Manning retired after the 2019 season with the seventh-most yards (57,023) and touchdowns (366) in league history.

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