There is a certain level of unpredictability with every NFL draft, and through the first round of the 2013, there was no exception to that assertion.
Eric Fisher went to the Kansas City Chiefs as the No. 1 overall pick, and with the second pick, the Jacksonville Jaguars took Luke Joeckel. After the Philadelphia Eagles selected Oklahoma OT Lane Johnson at No. 4, there were three offensive tackles in the first four picks.
EJ Manuel was the only quarterback selected in the first round, going to the Buffalo Bills at No. 16 overall. A lot of pass-rushers came off the board throughout, along with more teams fortifying their offensive lines.
Several teams traded to gain multiple top 32 picks, but two in particular nailed all of theirs. Let's take a look at each franchise, and evaluate each based on letter grades.
Note: All trade information courtesy of ESPN.