NFL Draft Grades: Chargers Tops In The AFC West (Video)

The AFC West walked away from the 2012 NFL Draft with decent grades all around. The San Diego Chargers didn't expect Melvin Ingram to fall to them at No. 18, so they consider that good value. The Kansas City Chiefs took a boom-or-bust prospect with a high upside in Dontari Poe. The Denver Broncos traded down twice in the 1st round, acquiring more picks along the way. And then there's the Oakland Raiders, who were without 1st and 2nd round picks, and didn't make a selection until the 95th pick in the draft.

SB Nation's YouTube crew broke down all the AFC West picks and handed out its analysis of who did the best. In my opinion, I think the Chargers come away looking the best in this draft, especially because Ingram is that pass rusher they've been seeking for a couple years now.

Check out our StoryStream compiling 2012 NFL Draft grades and be sure to check out our StoryStream breaking down every round of the draft. Visit SB Nation on YouTube for more NFL Draft grade videos.

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2012 NFL Draft Grades and Analysis: AFC West Edition (via sbnation)

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