It'll be awhile til we can fully assess how our own team did, let alone others, but here are my initial reactions to the other AFC East team's drafts MIAMI -generally Miami seemed constrained by having only 3 picks out of the top 114 - it's somewhat surprising to me given the way the draft shook out that they couldn't wouldn't find a trading partner to move out of 16. Picking up a 2nd rounder would have been a good thing for Saban. Jason Allen's a bit of a head scratcher. If he's fully healthy its a good pick - and if not its a waste. Why Saban would go all or nothing at 16 rather than trade back and gain an extra pick is surprising to me. Hagan might wind up being a decent posession back - looks like a tough, but not fast WR BUFFALO - A+... Marv Levy really knows what he's doing!!! (NOT!) They over-reached with both their top 2 picks... I think everyone agrees that Buffalo botched this one - 2 of the top 3 QBs there for them - but they put the franchise in Los(t)man's hands instead - then over-reach for a S when they could have traded back and still got him. Same with McCargo. I think with good coaching their 3rd round pick Ashton "Sheik" Youboty will be a decent reciever for them. S Ko Simpson will either be good or a bust - I think they will find out soon. NY JETS - Magnini and Co played the draft well in my opinion. They resisted the urge to go QB in round one, but still got a top tier QB in Clemmons - who I think can give noodlearm a real run for his money. They come out of the draft with two likely OL starters, a possible QB of the future, an MLB who could be a 3rd round steal, and a backup QB/WR prospect in Smith, and an RB who could be good if he can stay healthy for a full season for a change. Hey, they even drafted a guy named "Titus" which is worth it for the giggle factor alone - a decent draft for a rebuilding team. Overall, the Stongest got stronger as the Pats played the draft to perfection. Miami, deemed by many the 2nd best team in the division did little to improve. Buffalo continues its run of poor drafts, and the Jets helped themselves significantly, but it won't be enough this season to make a big difference. Any other thoughts about the rest of the AFC East out there?