Which teams do you think had the best draft?

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  • #1 Atlanta Falcons
    Alabama WR Calvin Ridley (No. 26 overall)
    Colorado CB Isaiah Oliver (No. 58 overall)
    South Florida DT Deadrin Senat (No. 90 overall)
    Southern Mississippi RB Ito Smith (No. 126 overall)
    LSU WR Russell Gage (No. 194 overall)
    Yale LB Foyesade Oluokun (No. 200 overall).

    This is a "sick" haul from top to bottom. Ridley & Smith are electrifying playmakers. At No. 200, hard-hitting Oluokun could be he steal of the draft if he turns into the next Kam Chancellor.

    #2 Denver Broncos
    N.C. State edge rusher Bradley Chubb (No. 5 overall)
    SMU WR Courtland Sutton (No. 40 overall)
    Oregon RB Royce Freeman (No. 71 overall)
    Boston College DB Isaac Yiadom (No. 99 overall)
    Iowa LB Josey Jewell (No. 106 overall)
    Penn State WR DaeSean Hamilton (No. 113 overall)
    Wisconsin TE Troy Fumagalli (No. 156 overall)
    Arizona State OG Sam Jones (No. 183 overall)
    Washington LB Keishawn Bierria (No. 217 overall)
    Arkansas RB David Williams (No. 226 overall)

    The sheer volume of talent they acquired is impressive. Plus, they got the best overall player in Chubb.

    #3 New York Giants
    Penn State RB Saquon Barkley (No. 2 overall)
    UTEP OG Will Hernandez (No. 34 overall)
    Georgia LB Lorenzo Carter (No. 66 overall)
    N.C. State DT B.J. Hill (No. 69 overall)
    Richmond QB Kyle Lauletta (No. 108 overall)
    Miami DT R.J. McIntosh (No. 139 overall).

    Forget about quantity or perceived value for a moment. The Giants got the best RB prospect of the last decade, one of the better guards in this class, and a starter caliber LB & DT. They were looking for immediate impact, and no class might be as impactful as this one.

    #4 Los Angeles Chargers
    Florida State S Derwin James (No. 17 overall)
    USC LB Uchenna Nwosu (No. 48 overall)
    N.C. State DT Justin Jones (No. 84 overall)
    West Virginia S/LB Kyzir White (No. 119 overall)
    UCLA C Scott Quessenberry (No. 155 overall)
    Texas Tech WR Dylan Cantrell (No. 191 overall)
    Northwestern RB Justin Jackson (No. 251 overall).

    Chargers loaded up big time on the defensive side of the ball with James, Nwosu, Jones, and White. Those guys could be staples of their defense for years to come.

    #5 Oakland Raiders
    UCLA OT Kolton Miller (No. 15 overall)
    Sam Houston State DT P.J. Hall (No. 57 overall)
    North Carolina A&T OT Brandon Parker (No. 65 overall)
    LSU DE Arden Key (No. 87 overall)
    Wisconsin CB Nick Nelson (No. 110 overall)
    Michigan DT Maurice Hurst (No. 140 overall)
    Florida P Johnny Townsend (No. 173 overall)
    Washington LB Azeem Victor (No. 216 overall)
    Oklahoma State WR Marcell Ateman (No. 228 overall)

    This class is getting panned worse than the Seahawks 2012 draft class. I strongly disagree. I think Gruden knocked this one out of the ballpark. They loaded up in the trenches to remain true to Gruden's philosophy. Key is a tremendous pass rusher. Hurst (at 140) and Victor (at 216) were two of the biggest steals of the draft.

    Honorable Mention: Philadelphia Eagles (Dallas Goedert is an unstoppable freak of nature)
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  • I really liked Green Bay and the Cowboys drafts the best.

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  • Cowboys draft was great. One of the best LBs (Leighton Vander Esch), one of the best lineman (Connor Williams), one of the best TEs (Dalton Schultz), etc.

    Packers got a couple good looking corners, plus great value with Equanimeous St. Brown at No. 207. Bo Scarbrough at No. 236 is also great value. 10 guys in total.

    Redskins got Da'Ron Payne, Derrius Guice, Tim Settle, etc.
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  • I like the Eagles draft, mainly due to what Akers said.

    That was great.
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  • Seahawks: 3 ProBowlers by the 2nd or 3rd year.

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  • I think the Gmen nailed it.
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