With Round 1 officially in the books, teams now have a night to shuffle, adjust, and reevaluate their draft boards to determine which direction to turn next.
For teams like Indianapolis and Washington, the players selected in the first round are enough to generate enthusiasm and infuse optimism into their franchises on their own, but don't let anyone tell you that every team doesn't have plenty of work left to do.
Talent, at every position, remains for the taking, and undoubtedly a number of starters will emerge from this year's second round. In fact, it was just last season that players such as Andy Dalton, Torrey Smith, Jabaal Sheard, Greg Little and Orlando Franklin heard their names called in the second round.
Which players will make up this year's wave of talented second-rounders? Let's take a look, but not before a couple of quick programming notes: St. Louis will pick first, as part of the NFL's alternating system for teams with identical records from the year before (Kansas City and Seattle, for example, will also switch spots in the order), and the New Orleans Saints have forfeited their selection as a result of the bounty program scandal.
Here we go.