2011 NFL Draft Results: Grading the NFC South

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2011 NFL Draft Results: Grading the NFC South
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The NFC South is a division that had a very intriguing seven rounds of the 2011 NFL Draft. 

Carolina ended up taking the draft's biggest star in Cam Newton. The Falcons had a lot of intrigue surrounding their draft, particularly when they traded up in Round 1 for Julio Jones. The Saints also did some trading of their own the first round when they traded back to select Mark Ingram at No. 28. 

But the best draft class of this entire division goes to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They got good value at basically every spot, and they filled their biggest team needs.

So here is my draft analysis of each and every draft pick from the NFC South, as well as overall team grades.

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