Apr 25, 2013; New York, NY, USA; A general view of the NFL shield logo and main stage before the 2013 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

2013 NFL Draft: Breaking Down the Draft - Final

AFC North NFC North
Baltimore Ravens Chicago Bears
Cincinnati Bengals Detroit Lions
Cleveland Browns Green Bay Packers
Pittsburgh Steelers Minnesota Vikings
AFC South NFC South
Houston Texans Atlanta Falcons
Indianapolis Colts Carolina Panthers
Jacksonville Jaguars New Orleans Saints
Tennessee Titans Tampa Bay Buccaneers
AFC West NFC West
Denver Broncos Arizona Cardinals
Kansas City Chiefs San Francisco 49ers
Oakland Raiders Seattle Seahawks
San Diego Chargers St. Louis Rams
AFC East NFC East
Buffalo Bills Dallas Cowboys
Miami Dolphins New York Giants
New England Patriots Philadelphia Eagles
New York Jets Washington Redskins

With all 32 team reviews completed, here is a chance for everyone to catch up on any they missed or continue to fervently disagree with the analysis provided over the past 32 days.  For the most part, the big take away from the 2013 Draft at least only a month removed is that almost every team drafted well.  With few exceptions (Buffalo), most teams made picks that were relatively good on value and made sense from a fit standpoint.  Over the next few years, winners and losers will clearly emerge as these players take shape in the NFL, but it seems like most of the teams in the league seem to get the NFL Draft.  They do not all excel at it, but they at least get it.  There are individual picks that people can quibble with (Travis Frederick) and that is how the draft goes, but on the whole, the vast majority of picks made sense for the teams picking them and when they picked them.  It will be interesting to see how this class works out and if this is a trend that will continue in the future or if there will be teams that go back to being utterly hopeless in the most important time to acquire talent (Browns).  When everyone is doing it well, it makes it difficult for teams to just rip through the draft process with ease and the best stand out as they make great picks in more difficult circumstances (Ozzie Newsome, Ted Thompson, Trent Baalke to name a couple).

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