Ravens Top 10 Worst Draft Picks Of the Last 10 Years: #9 David Pittman


With The Draft upcoming, i thought it would be appropriot to take a look at some of the shining accomplishment and most glaring faults in terms of draft picks.

First I will be starting with The Ravens 10 worst draft picks. I have a few parameters here.

  1. No picks outside of round 3 were considered. It isnt really fair to call a seventh rounder a bad pick because he never played.
  2. No Current Starters, a starter cant really be considered a bad pick unless they were a high pick who hasn’t paned out(spoiler alert, the Ravens don’t have any of those).

Those arent shackling restraints, but because the Ravens draft so well in the first three rounds, this was actually a bit of a challenge. This list is riddled with career ending injuries(or series of injuries) and crazy improbable events that changed the career of the player involved.

Today We Will take a look at David Pittman.

Most Ravens fans probably wont remember Pittman. There is a pretty good reason for that, He only played in 7 games. Pittman was drafted in the third round of the 2006 draft. After not playing a down in 2006, Pittman finally got on the field for all 7 of his career games in the injury plagued nightmare that was the 2007 Ravens season. Pittman did register two interceptions, but he was beaten so consitantly and so badly in coverage that the Ravens released him after the season. Pittman never made another NFL roster.