Always easy to second guess the annual NFL draft when you look back. There are no-brainers and busts, wash-outs and warriors. In many cases, early picks are still going to have significant careers and impact moments. And there are players who you often wonder, well, "What were they thinking when they took that guy?"
Looking back on the 2003 NFL Draft, it's clear there were stars, contributors and busts. Given the need at quarterback, it's hard to second-guess Carson Palmer still going No. 1 overall to the Cincinnati Bengals. But the biggest surprise might be that two players who went undrafted more than one decade ago, would be top-10 selections given a do-over.
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