Players are often picked to fill holes, but players are oftentimes thrown into an unfavorable circumstance. Johnthan Banks, the Buccaneers' 2013 second-round pick, was counted on to to start from the get-go. While he has plenty of potential, he was not ready to start right away, and struggled for most of the year. Without the pieces around them, even the most talented rookies will have trouble.

Some players do not even get to start because the position is not (yet) a weakness. Multiple first-round picks from last year did not start, including Dion Jordan, the third player taken in the draft.

Which players from the 2014 NFL Draft are in a bad situation for their rookie year?