NFL Draft Grades being handed out within hours of the conclusion of the annual draft are silly, of course. No one can know how good or bad a draft is before the players actually take an NFL field. Yet, everyone takes a stab at them.
Here at SB Nation New York we are no different, but let's do this a little differently. You tell us whether the New York Jets or New York Giants did better work in the 2012 NFL Draft. How? Vote in our poll.
Need to review the selections for each team before you vote?
Here are the selections for the Jets. First Round (16): Quinton Coples, DE, North Carolina; Second Round (43): Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech; Third Round (77): Demario Davis, OLB, Arkansas State; Sixth Round (202), Terrance Ganaway, RB, Baylor; Six Round (203); Robert Griffin, OG, Baylor; Seventh Round (242); Antonio Allen, S, South Carolina; Seventh Round (244): Jordan White, WR, Western Michigan.
-- See Our Jets Draft StoryStream for much more information
Here are the selections for the Giants: First Round (32): David Wilson, RB, Virginia Tech; Second Round (63): Rueben Randle, WR, LSU; Third Round (94): Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia Tech; Fourth Round (127): Adrien Robinson, TE, Cincinnati; Fourth Round (131): Brandon Mosley, OT, Auburn; Sixth Round (201): Matt Mccants, OT, UAB; Seventh Round (239): Markus Kuhn, DT, North Carolina State.
-- See our Giants Draft StoryStream for much more information
Grades From The Experts
- 2012 NFL Draft Grades – Sports Illustrated
- NFL draft grades: Sporting News
- Grading the Draft -- AFC Teams - CBSSports
- Grading the Draft -- NFC Teams - CBSSports
- WalterFootball -- New York Jets