Even though handing out grades for a draft before any of these players have even put on an NFL jersey is an almost completely pointless and random exercise... we all love them anyway! It's sports... so its not fun unless there's a winner and a loser.
According to Mel Kiper, the Eagles were winners.
One of the best drafts in terms of lining up needs and getting guys at spots where I didn't think they'd still be around. They moved up to get Fletcher Cox, an immediate starter. Mychal Kendricks is a perfect fit, and at No. 46, a really good value. The Eagles look a lot better up the middle after this weekend. If Vinny Curry came off the board really early in the second round, nobody would have been surprised, so to get him at No. 59 is a steal. Nick Foles has the upside of an NFL starter, and Andy Reid could turn him into something. Brandon Boykin is my No. 9-ranked corner, so I love the value as a fourth-rounder. I thought they might get a tackle earlier, but it's hard to quibble given the value they got with every pick early on. I love this draft, and Bryce Brown will be an interesting story if he sticks. Keep an eye on Brandon Washington, a sixth-rounder with the upside of a starter at guard.
Needs - A, Value - A-, Overall - A
Kiper also handed out "A" grades to the Bengals and Buccaneers.
As for the NFC East, Kiper was not nearly as high. He gave the Cowboys, Redskins and Giants all a "C+." He had the same criticism for all, which was that they did fill needs but failed to get value where they picked.