Personally I think that the only team in the AFCE that didn't have the best draft was the Bills. Their first 3 picks were questionable at best. They passed on Oher and Orakpo for the rawer Maybin, then reached pretty badly for Wood, and the Byrd pick was also poor value. The rest of their draft was solid, but those guys are probably all depth at best. I thought that the Dolphins did the exact opposite; their first 3 picks were damn good but the next few after that were questionable. Turner and Hartline were reaches where they were picked. However, Davis, White and Smith are all great prospects and held good-to-unbelievable value where they were picked. They'll all make an impact. The Patsies had a very Pats-like draft. Their second round picks were all very solid, with my personal favorite for them being Butler. They also picked up 2 2010 second rounders, which scares me a lot. The rest of their draft was pretty good for them overall. With the Jets, they didn't give up too much to get their QB of the future and got the guy who possibly would have gone #1 overall next year had he stayed at school. They gave up a lot of picks in a weak draft to trade up to get Greene, but got a guy who fits absolutely perfectly on this team. They also get rid of any leverage Thomas Jones had over them in negotiations. Slauson is a good pick and they needed OL depth. The key to their draft is that they retained all of their picks for the strong 2010 draft and only gave up 3 players who didn't have too much value on this team and picks from this weak 2009 draft.