But for now, we're just taking a look at how teams fared in Rounds 2 and 3:
Arizona -- B: This grade might deserve to be higher -- jumping up to take Daryl Washington at 47 might have been the best move in day two, period. But the Andre Roberts pick was a curious one. He's a small-school project and Arizona had bigger needs to deal with.
Atlanta -- C: The Falcons already have Peria Jerry, who's coming off a knee injury, but unless they're not planning on having him healthy, Corey Peters at No. 83 is an odd pick. OL Mike Johnson from Alabama was a fine pick at No. 98, nothing flashy.
Baltimore -- A: Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome pulls off his draft wizardry again with Sergio Kindle at 43, Terrence Cody at 57 and Ed Dickson at 70. Somehow, without a first-round pick, Newsome lands two first-round caliber guys in Kindle and Cody, plus a pass-catching weapon in Dickson.
Buffalo -- B: Third-rounder Alex Carrington, a DE with outstanding potential, should be a valuable piece in Buffalo's new 3-4 defense -- maybe even more so than Torell Troup, who Buffalo nabbed at No. 41. You have to wonder if they'll regret passing on Cody for Troup.
Carolina -- D+ : You can justify the Jimmy Clausen selection based on value alone, but the Panthers could have been fine heading into 2010 with Matt Moore at QB and passing on Clausen. The Brandon LaFell selection at No. 78 was a solid one. Trading a 2011 second-rounder for Armanti Edwards, though, is baffling.
Chicago -- A- : Hey, the Bears finally showed up! After sitting on the sidelines forever, Chicago nabbed FS Major Wright at 75. He's a very talented player at a huge position of need. Not having a second pick is all that keeps the Bears from a straight A.
Cincinnati -- B+ : How Carlos Dunlap, the No. 54 pick, decides to play will determine this grade in the future. He's talented, but a head case. Jordan Shipley at No. 84 and CB Brandon Ghee at 96 were excellent picks.
Cleveland -- C- : Taking Colt McCoy No. 85 actually saved this grade. SS T.J. Ward at No. 38 made absolutely no sense, and neither did RB Montario Hardesty at No. 59. Adding OT Shawn Lauvao late in the third will help with depth.
Dallas -- B+ : Only one pick on Friday, and consider that a provisional grade with the opportunity go either way. LB Sean Lee's a great pickup at No. 55 -- if he can stay healthy, a potentially major "if."
Denver -- B: The J.D. Walton selection at No. 80 was a stroke of genius and an absolute steal. We might be able to say the same about WR Eric Decker (No. 87 overall) down the line, too. Zane Beadles at No. 45 was too high, but he should be decent.
Detroit -- A- : These aren't your parents' Detroit Lions. Only one pick on Friday after a great Thursday, but using it on CB Amari Spievey is a hard decision to knock. Spievey, who might have come off the board just a tad early, is a physical corner who might start in Week 1.
Green Bay -- B: The Packers' lower pick (SS Morgan Burnett, No. 71) is probably better than their earlier pick (DT/DE Mike Neal, No. 56). If nothing else, Burnett fills a need whereas Neal doesn't necessarily do so.
Houston -- B- : DT Earl Mitchell's a fine pick at No. 81. And RB Ben Tate may wind up being a great fit in Houston's scheme, but trading away an opportunity for Toby Gerhart could bite the Texans.
Indianapolis -- B: Typical Colts day: solid, not super exciting, but gets the job done. Pat Angerer (LB, No. 63) and Kevin Thomas (CB, No. 94) should both contribute, though neither look like stars.
Jacksonville -- F: Back-to-back Fs for the Jags. If you're going to use the No. 10 pick to reach for DT Tyson Alualu, why use your only second-day pick on another DT, D'Anthony Smith?
Kansas City -- C+ : Another case where the later picks trump the earlier ones. Dexter McCluster at No. 36 and Javier Arenas at No. 50 were both too high and don't help at needy positions. Jon Asamoah (G, No. 68) and Tony Moeaki (TE, No. 93) do and could both be steals.
Miami -- A: The Dolphins wanted a pass rusher and they couldn't have done much better at No. 40 than Koa Misi. Same deal for John Jerry at No. 73 -- they needed OL depth and Jerry was a very strong pick.
Minnesota -- B+ : The only critique is that Minnesota traded to No. 51 to draft a RB, despite already having Adrian Peterson. Other than that, it's hard to find fault with Toby Gerhart's selection -- he could be a No. 1 RB soon.
New England -- A- : Four picks and only WR Taylor Price at No. 90 felt like a reach. TE Rob Gronkowski (No. 42), DE Jermaine Cunningham (No. 53) and Brandon Spikes (No. 62) are all athletic guys ready to contribute.
New Orleans -- B+ : FInding OT Charles Brown, a first-round caliber talent, at No. 64 is just plain lucky. The Saints followed that up with TE Jimmy Graham at No. 95, a high-upside guy who's a bit raw.
New York Giants -- A- : Could New York have used a LB? Definitely. But DT Linval Joseph could be a steal at No. 46 and Chad Jones (S, No. 76) might wind up starting this season.
New York Jets -- B: Only one pick and the Jets used it on OT Vladimir Ducasse (No. 61 overall). Ducasse has serious upside, but the Jets didn't necessarily need him here.
Oakland -- A: Yeah, that's another "A" next to the Raiders. Crazy, right? But DT Lamarr Houston (below) at No. 44 and OT Jared Veldheer at No. 69 were both great values.
Philadelphia -- C+: The Nate Allen selection at No. 37 made perfect sense and should immediately help upgrade the Eagles' secondary. The Daniel Te'o-Nesheim pick at No. 86 didn't land as well -- another DE after taking Brandon Graham in Round 1?
Pittsburgh -- B- : DE Jason Worilds (No. 52 overall) simply adds to Pittsburgh's already-potent ability to get to the QB. Pittsburgh needed another WR, so Emmanuel Sanders is understandable at No. 82, but there were better WRs out there.
San Diego -- B: Nothing wrong with the Chargers only pick Friday -- LB Donald Butler at No. 79. Nothing overly exciting about it, either.
San Francisco -- A: Both Taylor Mays (S, No. 49) and Navorro Bowman (LB, No. 91) were guys who should've been off the board sooner. Both have questions, sure, but it's hard to not like the potential.
Seattle -- A- : Only one pick, but the Seahawks made it count. How was Golden Tate still around at No. 60?
St. Louis -- B+ : Held on to the No. 33 pick and were rewarded with solid OT Rodger Saffold, a guy who could've easily gone in Round 1. Second Rams' pick, CB Jerome Murphy at No. 65, was fine, but left them with work to do elsewhere in Day 3.
Tampa Bay -- C: On the surface, landing DT Brian Price, WR Arrelious Benn and CB Myron Lewis looks great. But why Price after taking Gerald McCoy in Round 1? And Benn could either be a star ... or the next Roy Williams.
Tennessee -- A+ : A sensational second day for Tennessee. WR Damian Williams should have been long gone by No. 77. LB Rennie Curran, meanwhile, selected No. 97 overall, will be a great fit in that aggressive and attacking Titans defense.
Washington -- Inc. : See you Saturday!