Having the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft is supposed to get a team their franchise player for the next decade.
Some of the greatest players of all-time were No. 1 picks.
Unfortunately, that isn't always the case.
In fact, of the six No. 1 picks drafted from 2010-15, only one (Eric Fisher) is still under contract with a team.
Cam Newton, Jameis Winston, Sam Bradford and Jadeveon Clowney are free agents, while Andrew Luck is retired.
Does anything really need to be said here? Russell is the biggest draft bust in NFL history.
After signing the largest deal ever for a rookie, Bradford won Offensive Rookie of the Year.
But due in large part to injuries, things only got worst from there.
Fisher hasn't been anything stellar but he's been a consistent piece for a Kansas City team that won the Super Bowl last season.
Murray shot up draft boards after his Heisman-winning season and chose football over baseball. He was knocked on for being too short at 5-foot-10 but new Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury believed Murray would fit in his fast-paced passing offense.
The 2018 Heisman Trophy winner was a bit of a surprise as the No. 1 pick but put together a very strong rookie season after being named the starter in Week 3.
Mayfield surpassed Peyton Manning and Russell Wilson by throwing the most touchdowns as a rookie with 27.
Goff is currently the fourth-highest paid quarterback in the league and received a record amount of guaranteed money prior to the 2019 season.
But consistency has been Goff's biggest problem.
Goff's career started his career very poorly after being named the starter as a rookie in Week 10 by then-head coach Jeff Fisher.
When Fisher was fired in the 2017 offseason, the Rams hired Sean McVay and Goff had a breakout season as a sophomore, being named a Pro Bowler.
Right now, Garrett is known for throwing his helmet at Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph last season and getting a season-ending suspension but prior to that, Garrett was proving to be a top defensive player in the league.
Long was named to the Pro Bowl in each of his first four years and started every game that he played.
But Winston has been highly criticized due to his large amount of turnovers and lack of team success.
Now a free agent after Tampa Bay opted not to re-sign him and sign Tom Brady, Winston never made the playoff with Buccaneers and threw a career-high 30 interceptions in 2019 despite a career-high 33 touchdowns and 5,109 passing yards.
Clowney spent his first five seasons in Houston before getting traded to the Seattle Seahawks in 2019.
Williams ranks second in Texans history with 53 sacks and second in forced fumbles with 11. Only JJ Watt has more in franchise history.
Smith went through a plethora of head coach and offensive coordinator changes during his first handful of seasons but still put together respectable numbers.
Smith led the 49ers to the NFC Championship game in 2011 and had another strong season in 2012 before getting injured and losing his starting job to Colin Kaepernick.
Smith was traded to the Chiefs in 2012 and was named to the Pro Bowl threes time under head coach Andy Reid.
The numbers still weren't eye-popping but he avoided turnovers and helped Kansas City make the playoffs in four of the five seasons he played with them.
However, Stafford has only made the playoffs three times without any wins.
Stafford has been known more like a "stat-padder," as he threw for at least 4,000 yards every season from 2011-17 and didn't miss a game from 2011-18.
A lot of lack of success can be due to the lack of talent around Stafford but he had future Hall of Fame wide receiver Calvin Johnson until 2015.
Drafted first overall by the Colts as the replacement for Peyton Manning, Luck was projected to be a generational-type quarterback.
The talent of Luck didn't disappoint but a terrible offensive line around him during his first five years in the league caused him to suffer multiple injuries by his fourth season.
Luck's nagging shoulder and foot injuries led him to retire before the 2019 season at just age 29.
In what was supposed to the prime of his career, many now wonder whether Luck would have led the Colts to a Super Bowl with a revamped offensive line and defense.
Newton is the only No. 1 pick since Peyton in 1998 to win the league's Most Valuable Player.
Newton was everything a team would want in a No. 1 pick. Despite not having back-to-back winning seasons, Newton led a reeling Panthers franchise to three-straight division titles from 2013-15 and a Super Bowl appearance in 2015 during his MVP season.
Newton was criticized heavily for his passing inconsistencies but he changed the game as a mobile quarterback. He has the most rushing touchdowns in league history and before injuries caught up to him in 2017, he was everything Carolina could have asked for in a No. 1 pick.