NFL Draft Grades: Colts Had Best Draft In AFC South (Video)

The 2012 NFL Draft is over, so now it's time to start judging the teams on how they did. The AFC South had the best player in the 2012 Draft join the division -- Andrew Luck to the Indianapolis Colts with the No. 1 overall pick. The Titans had a solid draft, especially with Kendall Wright in the 1st round. The Jaguars moved up in Round 1 to select Justin Blackmon, who may finally be the receiver they've been seeking. The Texans had a decent draft, selecting Whitney Mercilus in the 1st round.

It's not hard for me to judge who had the best draft in the AFC South -- clearly the Colts. They are the only team in the division to select a game-changing quarterback, the most important position in football. Even if the pick was a no-brainer, they're going to get the credit for picking the best player in the draft.

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

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