PS I admit this is based almost entirely on the first 2 or 3 rounds as few players after that did I know much if anything about:
Browns. Manziel is classic boom/bust but worth the gamble. Also as great as it would have been to get Watkins, trading that 1.04 pick and getting an extra #1 pick next year was a steal (just like the Richardson deal with the Colts) - if they draft wisely next year, this could at last be a team on the rise.
Raiders. A huge talent in Mack to anchor the D and a very good QB of the future. Maybe McKenzie knows what he's doing after all.
Falcons. Got bigger and tougher on both sides of the line and may have found a gem for added offensive firepower in RB Freeman who can also spell Jackson.
Packers. Addressed their 2 biggest needs (safety and WR) right out of the gate, esp with a blue chipper like Dix.
Jags. Best QB in the draft to perhaps finally resolve a long-standing problem and not one but two stud WRs to grow with. Robinson was a steal. This is finally a team to be reckoned with - perhaps not as much this year as the rooks learn, but long-term, watch out.
49ers. A stud safety, their RB of the future (Gore can't have much longer) and the top center of the draft.
Bucs. They needed to help their offense big time and wow did they ever. I'm a believer in Glennon so watch out for this team.
Titans. Top talent on both sides of the ball (Jones was a steal) and addressed the RB situation.
Lions. Ebron is nice but overkill for an already potent passing attack and they didn't address the porous secondary until Round 4.
Chiefs. With dire need at WR and OL their first pick is - a DE? And one they could have probably picked up with their next pick? Perhaps the worst first-round draft choice of the draft. They also didn't draft OL till near the end and drafted zero WRs. ugh
Jets. Pryor is a fine safety, but they needed receiving help SO bad and several top talents sitting there. Lost me on that game plan.