2010 NFL Draft Grades: Cardinals Given A 'B'

SB Nation's Cardinals community, Revenge of the Birds, isn't a fan of the day-after the draft grading scale so they're going to borrow Big Cat Country's method of assigning letter grades.

The picks will be evaluated based on their potential, expectancy to start, value based on round, need filled, and fan approval(based on polls posted after picks were made). Each category will earn a grade, and the average of the grades will go to that player. All seven grades will be added together and the average will be the Cardinals overall grade.

ROTB has a great breakdown of each player and an individual letter grade. I won't reveal all the individual grades (Hint: Dan Williams got an A) -- you'll have to go over to ROTB for that.

But they did assign an overall grade of a B.

A "B" was to be expected considering the Cardinals found two very good picks in the first two rounds, but waited to address needs till the end of the draft. Considering I highly believe grades shouldn't be given the Monday after the draft, I'll stand behind the method and except the B.

Read more analysis and grades at Revenge of the Birds.

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