The 2012 NFL Draft ended just two days ago, but we're already grading how every team did. The AFC East had four solid drafts -- nothing too shocking but no major head scratchers. The biggest story in this division is the Miami Dolphins taking Ryan Tannehill in Round 1 and Jonathan Martin in Round 2, which is a solid haul.
The New England Patriots traded up in the 1st round -- twice -- to select pass rushers. The Buffalo Bills hung onto the 10th pick in Round 1 and selected Stephon Gilmore, who some think will be the best cornerback in this draft. The New York Jets bypassed Melvin Ingram in Round 1, which was a bit of a surprise, and selected Quinton Coples.
If Tannehill works out, which is a big if, the Dolphins look like they had the best draft. Adding a quarterback to a team that already has a franchise left tackle in Jake Long, and then now has a future right tackle in Martin, is a good move. Tannehill has a good offensive line in front of him. He has promise.