Senior writer Jon Wertheim’s (@jon_wertheim) profile on former Raiders quarterback JaMarcus Russell has generated a lot of conversation this week. Two years after he last played a down, he remains the most maligned figure in football and is still widely considered “the biggest washout in NFL history,” as Wertheim writes. And yet his fall is nothing new in the history of the NFL; No. 1 overall picks have been turning into busts ever since there has been a draft. (The very first pick, Jay Berwanger in 1936, never played a down in the NFL.) With that in mind, the tablet edition of this week’s issue includes hotspots on six of the most notable washouts among No. 1 overall picks in the past 50 years.