Was Tony Boselli the best player taken in the first round in 1995? Or was it Warren Sapp?
That's a debate that NFL.com's Chase Goodbread started as part of his feature on the best and worst first-round draft picks of the 1990s. Goodbread picked two players in each category for readers to debate as part of the NFL Network celebrating '90s week. Here is Goodbread's quick take on each player:
Boselli: The cornerstone draft pick of the then-expansion Jacksonville Jaguars (No. 2 overall), Boselli was one of the best left tackles in the NFL right from his rookie year.
Sapp: Sapp was chosen at No. 12 by the Buccaneers, and went on to a Hall of Fame career with 96.5 career sacks and seven Pro Bowl selections.
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