2013 NFL Draft Grades: Report Cards for All 32 GMs

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2013 NFL Draft Grades: Report Cards for All 32 GMs
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Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome is known for having good drafts. How'd he do in 2013?

Post-NFL draft grades are a little controversial. On the one hand, it's only natural to want to assign a grade—a letter grade, or at least pass/fail—to the hauls each team lands. On the other, it's hard to determine just how well the draft actually works until each player hits the field, which could take months to a year or more.

Another approach, which we're taking here, is to grade the men tasked with ultimately making these picks, the general managers. Let's break down how each NFL team's GM handled the 2013 draft, based on the ability to meet needs while also building depth and finding values. 

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