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The first notes for each of the 32 teams

Everyone loved their design. Each selection was a perfect combination of value and necessity. The rich became richer, but so did the poor. Everyone designed smart, hard-headed leaders who love football. Or immature prospects who have matured. Washing, rinsing, repeating.

Take a look at the 2019 design in three years. In the meantime, Professor Serby agreed to spend his too early grades. There are no Fs or Ds because too many people have worked too hard for too many months:


Grade: A +
Important Newcomers: WR N & # 39; Keal Harry, QB Jarrett Stidham
Analysis: A hard-fought and reliable 6-2, 228-pound hit for Tom Brady (Harry), a big, smart cornerback (Joejuan Williams), a relentless, long-haired blond Mike Vrabel ( LB Chase) Winovitch) … and a potential heir to QB of the future (Stidham). Bill Belichick designs the best patriot available.


Grade: A +
Key Newcomers: OT Andre Dillard, Miles Sanders RB
Analysis: GM Howie Roseman conquered the Texans for Dillard, the best pass Blocker in the draft and the next replacement for the 37-year-old Jason Peters. Sanders is not Saquon Barkley, on average he was at 6.0 meters at Penn State. WR J.J. Arcega-Whiteside (80-inch span) will be another big target for the Red Zone for Carson Wentz. QB Clayton Thorson has a chance to become the new Nick Foles.


Grade: A +
Key Newcomers: QB Dwayne Haskins, OLB Montez Sweat, WR Terry McLaurin
: A franchise quarterback (Haskins) and arguably the second best edge Rusher (Sweat) ̵

1; who fell because of a misdiagnosed heart – replaces Preston Smith after tracing back in Round 1. McLaurin can be the deep menace that Josh Docston should be and a shooter in special teams. RB Bryce Love is a home-grown threat to Derrius Guice as Guice recovers from the cunning ACL.


Grade: A +
Important Newcomers: OLB Josh Allen, OT Jawaan Taylor
] Tom Coughlin knows better than most that you can never have enough passers-by, Taylor landed in seventh place on round two because of a bad knee, but he is the grumpy RT coach Doug Marrone. RB Ryquell Armstead is insurance in case Leonard Fournette does not straighten up.


Grade: A
Key Newcomers: OT Tytus Howard, CB Lonnie Johnson
Analysis: Deshaun Watson was sacked 62 times last year. GM Brian Gaine imported Howard, a fast-paced newcomer who also plays indoors, and OT Max Scharping. Johnson is a 6-2, 213-pound corner filling a gap left by the downs of Kareem Jackson and Kevin Johnson, and Johnathan Joseph is 35.


Grade: A
Key Newcomers: DE Nick Bosa, WR's Deebo Samuel, Jalen Hurd
Analysis: Bosa will be a two-place Sacker over Dee Ford. President Trump liked the selection. The fiercely competitive and physical Samuel replaces Pierre Garcon, and Hurd is a former RB who will be a 6-5 chess piece for Kyle Shanahan.


Grade: A
Important Newcomers: CB Rock Ya-Sin, WR Parris Campbell
Analysis: GM Chris Ballard is good. He switched from the first round and added a rough corner with upside potential (Ya-Sin), a 4.62-speed pass rusher (Ben Banogu) to support Justin Houston, and an extremely wide receiver (Campbell) Andrew Luck gives a high quality alternative to the Breaker TY Hilton.

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Grade: A
Key Newcomers: DT Jerry Tillery, FS Nasir Adderley
Analysis: Tillery has a huge indoor presence, and Adderley gives Anthony Lynn a gifted buddy for Derwin James and a perfect match.


Class: A
Important Newcomers: QB Josh Rosen, DL Christian Wilkins
Analysis: GM Chris Grier just had to give up the 62nd post and a fifth round for Rosen who will overcome Ryan Fitzpatrick and begin his 2019 audition. What a bargain. Wilkins is a baller and a positive locker room, which after Ndamukong Suh wears a terrible run defense. OL Michael Deiter is an internal jester.


Grade: A
Important Newcomers: DT Ed Oliver, OL Cody Ford
Analysis: Oliver, who reminds me of ex-Viking John Randle is one dynamic tri-technique that replaces Kyle Williams. The evil Ford is a 329-pound bodyguard for QB Josh Allen, who projects best at RT. RB Devin Singletary could signal the end of LeSean McCoy.


Grade: A
Key Newcomers: OLB Brian Burns, OT Greg Little
Burns is long and athletic, filling the pass-rush gap Julius Peppers has pulled back as long as he can keep his weight at around 250 pounds. Little will keep up with LT. Will Grier Will Assist Cam Newton


Grade: A
Key Newcomers: CB Greedy Williams, ILB Mack Wilson
Analysis: No first-round pick … but Odell Beckham Jr. will do well instead, thanks, Dave Gettleman. The tall, tall Williams will not do much, but he can meet Denzel Ward. Wilson was a steal in the fifth round.

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Grade: A
Important Newcomers: TE Noah Fant, QB Drew Lock
Analysis: It was the best time and the worst time for Joe Flacco. He had been gifted in Fant with an inappropriate weapon, but then saw John Elway's design for Lock in Round 2 as his QB of the future. The versatile OL Dalton Risner could land in the middle.


Grade: A-
Key Newcomers: DT Quinnen Williams, OLB Jachai Polite
Williams is who Dewayne Robertson should be, and if anyone can motivate the immature polite, then Imagine Gregg Williams. If he can, the jets themselves have a marginal threat. Athletic OL Chuma Edoga is only 6-3 but has long arms and luggage. Beaten by Cowboys to C Connor McGovern. Blocking TE Trevon Wesco helps Le & Veon Bell.


Grade: A-
Important Newcomers: WR Marquise Brown, WR Miles Boykin
Help for Lamar Jackson: Brown will be Jackson's Desean Jackson, and Boykin is a 6 -4, 220 pounders with 4.42 speed. OLB Jaylon Ferguson calls himself "Sack Daddy," and the boy was defensive coordinator Wink Martindale, desperate for the departure of Terrell Suggs and Za & Darius Smith. RB Justice Hill is a home killer.


Grade: A-
Key Newcomers: LB Devin Bush, WR Diontae Johnson
Analysis: Analysis:
a second and a third, but Bush is the perfect replacement for Ryan Shazier. Johnson will not replace Antonio Brown, but he can also contribute as a returnee. CB Justin Layne is a rising 6-2 corner for a second, with three corners in 2020 acting as free agents.


Grade: A-
Important Newcomers: C / G Garrett Bradbury, TE Irv Smith
Analysis: Bradbury is a system that begins in the middle and improve the ongoing game with Dalvin Cook. Smith gives Kirk Cousins ​​a versatile threat in the middle.


Grade: A-
Key Newcomers: DE Clelin Ferrell, RB Josh Jacobs, S. Johnathan Abram
Analysis: Ferrell was considered reach, but I trust GM Mike Mayock. Josh Jacobs is a 220-pound, three-back spine that replaces Marshawn Lynch, and Abram is the kind of Tonesetter Al Davis loved. Same with WR Hunter Renfrow.


Grade: A-
Key Newcomers: DT Jeffery Simmons, WR A.J. Brown
Analysis: Simmons (Torn ACL, High School Assault Batch) is considered a top 5 talent. Brown is a 226-pound YAC machine that derives Corey Davis warmth and is a godsend to Marcus Mariota.


Grade: B +
Important Newcomers: ILB Devin White, CB Sean Bunting
Analysis: White replaces Kwon Alexander and brings leadership and stance as a new quarterback the defense. A pair of turns on the second day and a safety improve the League's 25th defense with Drew Brees, Matt Ryan and Cam Newton in the division. But who will replace DT Gerald McCoy? Punter Matt Gay with the 145th choice?


Condition: B +
Important Newcomers: TE T.J. Hockenson, S Will Harris
Analysis: Hockenson will make Matthew Stafford a better quarterback and make Kerryon Johnson a better race in a two-TE match with Jesse James. Harris is a fighting machine and leader who replaces Glover Quin.


Grade: B +
Key Newcomers: QB Kyler Murray, CB Byron Murphy
Murray absolutely has to watch TV and put fannies on the seats. He and Kliff Kingsbury make better beautiful music together after the owner has pulled the plug to Rosen. Murphy could be the long-lost answer to Patrick Peterson's bookend. WR Andy Isabella is a faster Danny Amendola. WR Hakeem Butler is a 6-5 goal that can learn under Larry Fitzgerald.


Class: B
Key Newcomers: DL Rashan Gary, S. Darnell Savage
Analysis: Gary is a boom-or-bust freak, the indoor storms Savage is a compact, versatile hit maker for coordinator Mike Pettine. Athletic OL Elgton Jenkins can play anywhere on the line and could be on the alert right away.


Difficulty: B
Important Newcomers: DE L. J. Collier, WR D.K. Metcalf
Analysis: Life after Doug Baldwin. Collier replaces Frank Clark. Musclebound Metcalf at the end of the second round will be dangerous in the downfield and in the red zone and will be helpful in the game. Safety Marquise Blair was knocked out three times for targeting Utah, so he fit the Legion of Boom profile. Pro Football Focus tells us that LB Cody Barton missed just seven tackles last season.


Class: B
Important Newcomers: S Taylor Rapp, RB Darrell Henderson
Analysis: GM Les Snead has not traded the first round. Rapp is the heir of Eric Weddle. Henderson is a threat and insurance to Todd Gurley and his problematic knee. Bobby Evans is a swing tackle who could replace LT Andrew Whitworth next season.


Grade: B
Key Newcomers: G Chris Lindstrom, T. Kaleb McGary
Matt Ryan, who was sacked 42 times last season , tenacity was needed. Development kid CB Kendall Sheffield was the fastest player in the draft.


Grade: B-
Key Newcomers: QB Daniel Jones, DT Dexter Lawrence, CB Deandre Baker
Analysis: David Cutcliffe gave Dave Gettleman an A + for Jones with the sixth selection, but he is on an island. Phil Simms says, let's wait. Lawrence was the best available Hog Molly, and Baker's first-round trade was probably the best cover corner, one of many defense needs. Oshane Ximines is not Josh Allen, who should have been number 6, but he has a quick promise. Instinctive CB Julian Love is a nickel.


Grade: B-
Key Newcomers: DT Tryst Hill, C / G Connor McGovern
Analysis: No first-round pick (Amari Cooper). Hill can push the middle and McGovern is the insurance company for the center Travis Frederick (autoimmune disease).


Grade: B-
Key Newcomers: T / G Jonah Williams, QB Ryan Finley
Analysis: Pass on Dwayne Haskins and Drew Lock for Stud Williams. Finley in the fourth round is the QB of the future of new coach Zac Taylor. The blocking of TE Drew Sample was a surprise in the second round. Lost by Devin Bush, LB Germaine Pratt fulfills this need.


Grade: C
Key Newcomers: WR / KR Mecole Hardman, S Juan Thornhill
Analysis: No selection in the first round. Hardman is a burner, but he is not Tyreek Hill. What is a good thing. Defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo will love a pawn like Thornhill. Development DT Khalen Saunders is 6-0, 324 pounds and makes flips back.


Grade: C
Key Newcomers: C. McCoy, S. Chauncey Gardner-Johnson
Analysis: No selection in the first round. Smart move traded in round 2 for McCoy, who could replace Max Unger as a starter. CGJ is a Swiss army knife.


Grade: C
Key Newcomers: RB David Montgomery, WR Riley Ridley
Analysis: Montgomery's round picks replaced Jordan Howard, because of his contact balance and better Reception facility for Mitchell Trubisky elusive. Ridley is known for his route.

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