Interesting. Almost all of those picks were considered to be good picks at the time. And the only one that can be argued against with any legitimacy is You Know Who. And the irony (as you point out) is that the only one that really worked was the one everyone hated--Janokowski.
It's notable that most of them were defensive players so you have to wonder if our Flintstones era scheme and poor coaching played a role in their inability to be anything other than average in their best seasons. Some of those guys, if drafted by someone like Baltimore, would probably have ended up being better than they were here.
ETA: the few players who have refused to go to a certain team have taken a lot of criticism for it. But in looking at that list, it begins to make sense. Being drafted to play on our defenses of the last 10 years has meant a short career.