The 2011 NFL draft continued with even more trades.
Blaine Gabbert, the quarterback many believed would be the second passer to be taken in the draft, fell to No. 10.
But instead of going to the Washington Redskins, it was the Jacksonville Jaguars who traded up in order to add Gabbert to their roster.
Also, the Cowboys grabbed an offensive lineman. Houston elected to shore up their defense with a pass-rusher and the Minnesota Vikings shocked everyone by taking a quarterback that no one expected to go until much later int he draft.
Here's an analysis and grades of those four picks.