The NFL draft is complete, so let the grading begin.

It's impossible to know now, in the immediate aftermath, how each team's draft haul will turn out. But we can try to assess how each team did in maximizing the value of its picks, based on current evaluations.

Here is the postdraft report card, compiled by the Washington Post, with teams listed by divisions and alphabetically.

AFC EAST

BUFFALO BILLS

The Bills got the best bargain DT as Ed Oliver fell to them at No. 9. Second-rounder Cody Ford will help the offensive line. Grade: A-

MIAMI DOLPHINS

Miami did well in the Josh Rosen trade, and using the 13th pick on DT Christian Wilkins provides a badly needed upgrade to the run defense. Grade: B+

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

It's easy to envision first-round WR N'Keal Harry, second-round CB Joejuan Williams and third-round pass rusher Chase Winovich having roles as rookies. Grade: B+

NEW YORK JETS

They made the proper and obvious move at No. 3 by taking DT Quinnen Williams and helped their pass rush with one third-rounder, DE Jachai Polite. Grade: B+

AFC NORTH

BALTIMORE RAVENS

Big-play WRs joined the offense with first-rounder Marquise Brown and third-rounder Miles Boykin. Third-rounder Jaylon Ferguson brings help the pass rush. Grade: B

CINCINNATI BENGALS

Using a fourth-rounder on QB Ryan Finley is interesting. The arrival of ex-Husker Zac Taylor, the team's coach, has made Andy Dalton's job security a bit tenuous. The Bengals missed out on getting LB Devin Bush. Grade: B

CLEVELAND BROWNS

Getting CB Greedy Williams midway through the second round was another solid move by GM John Dorsey. Grade: B+

PITTSBURGH STEELERS

Good trade up to get LB Bush. The Steelers needed wide receiver help after trading Antonio Brown and used a third-rounder gained in that deal on Diontae Johnson. Grade: B+

AFC SOUTH

HOUSTON TEXANS

The Texans had to upgrade their offensive line after Deshaun Watson was sacked 62 times, and did so with tackles Tytus Howard and Max Scharping in the first two rounds. Grade: C-

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

Did well in the second by getting CB Rock Ya-Sin, edge rusher Ben Banogu and WR Parris Campbell. Grade: B+

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

They benefited when pass rusher Josh Allen fell to them at No. 7. Tackle Jawaan Taylor might have been an option for them there, but he dropped all the way into the second round when the Jaguars got him. Grade: A-

TENNESSEE TITANS

There might be a sizable payoff for taking DT Jeffery Simmons 19th, given that many believe he has topfive talent. But that payoff won't come soon; Simmons is recovering from a torn ACL. Grade: C

AFC WEST

DENVER BRONCOS

John Elway did well by helping new QB Joe Flacco. Getting TE Noah Fant in the first round and T Dalton Risner early in the second round boosts Flacco's chances of success. Grade: A-

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

Did the Chiefs signal their intentions about how they'll address the issues facing Tyreek Hill by drafting speedy WR and kick returner Mecole Hardman in the second round? Grade: B

LOS ANGELES CHARGERS

Should the Chargers have taken a more aggressive approach to adding a QB rather than waiting until the fifth round and choosing North Dakota State's Easton Stick? Grade: B-

OAKLAND RAIDERS

The fourth choice on pass rusher Clelin Ferrell and 27th on S Johnathan Abram meant they didn't maximize the value of those picks. Grade: C-

NFC EAST

DALLAS COWBOYS

The Cowboys' best move was last season's trade of their first-round pick to the Raiders for Amari Cooper. They did OK with the picks they got to use, addressing needs along the offensive and defensive lines. Grade: C

NEW YORK GIANTS

The Giants had two first-rounders entering the draft and added a third. But was the No. 6 pick far too high for QB Daniel Jones? Was the No. 17 selection too lofty for DT Dexter Lawrence? Grade: C-

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

Trading up to take T Andre Dillard 22nd was one of the best moves of the draft. The two second-rounders, RB Miles Sanders and WR J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, fit in nicely. Grade: B+

WASHINGTON REDSKINS

They resisted the urge to move up or trade for Josh Rosen, stayed put at No. 15 and got the QB they wanted in Dwayne Haskins. Pass rusher Montez Sweat could turn out to be a steal at No. 26. Grade: A-

NFC NORTH

CHICAGO BEARS

The Bears helped themselves by getting Iowa State RB David Montgomery in the third round. Grade: C+

DETROIT LIONS

The Lions began well by using the No. 8 pick on T.J. Hockenson, getting a difference-making TE. From there, however, it was easy to wonder whether every player Detroit picked came off the board too soon. Grade: B-

GREEN BAY PACKERS

Using the 12th selection on pass rusher Rashan Gary is a risk. Trading up to use the 21st selection on S Darnell Savage is puzzling. Grade: C-

MINNESOTA VIKINGS

The Vikings' best pick was getting TE Irv Smith in the middle of the second round. Bolstering the offensive line with first-round C Garrett Bradbury also was wise. Grade: B+

NFC SOUTH

ATLANTA FALCONS

The Falcons used the 14th choice on guard Chris Lindstrom and the 31st selection on tackle Kaleb McGary, and each was a reach. Grade: C-

CAROLINA PANTHERS

Getting QB Will Grier in the third round was a plus. Pass rusher Brian Burns was well worth the 16th selection, and second-round T Greg Little fills a pressing need. Grade: B+

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

They had to fortify the middle of their offensive line after center Max Unger's retirement, and they did so immediately by using their second-round choice on C/G Erik McCoy. Grade: C

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

Taking LB Devin White fifth was justified, particularly after losing Kwon Alexander in free agency. Grade: B

NFC WEST

ARIZONA CARDINALS

There's no problem with being enamored with Kyler Murray, the Heisman Trophy-winning QB, and taking him with the first pick. But using top-10 picks on QBs in two straight drafts is no way to build a roster. Grade: B-

LOS ANGELES RAMS

The defending NFC champs traded out of the first round but did extremely well by getting S Taylor Rapp late in the second. Grade: B

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

Taking pass rusher Nick Bosa with the second pick was the right move. But using a fourth-round pick on a punter? That's a bit odd. Grade: B

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

Seattle's best move was getting WR D.K. Metcalf at the end of the second round but it's debatable whether first-round DE L.J. Collier and second-round S Marquise Blair were good values. Grade: B-

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