Round 1 winners and question marks

Cold Hard Facts: Round 2 of the NFL Draft (1:36)

Field Yates looks at three of the top storylines headed into the second round of the NFL Draft, including the Broncos trading up for Paxton Lynch, notable players left on the board and the Patriots' round-two move after missing out in the first. (1:36)

We knew it was going to be quarterbacks going No. 1 and No. 2 overall. From there, it got fun, just as it always does. The first surprise of the 2016 NFL draft came at No. 3, where the San Diego Chargers drafted Joey Bosa. They spent a lot of time on him late -- including a call between Bosa and owner Dean Spanos -- and they felt comfortable with the pick. Considering he was my No. 2 prospect overall, I can't argue with the value at all.

But I didn't feel that way about every pick.

Here are a few favorites and a few question marks, with a number of notes added. If you don't see your team here, remember, I'm going to break down every team in the draft in my draft grades when it's all said and done.

Liking it

Tennessee Titans

I haven't really been hiding my affection for Jack Conklin, the offensive tackle out of Michigan State. He was No. 4 on my final Big Board, and I think he has a high floor. Maybe he's not a future left tackle, but he could be, and he could also be really good on the right side. So Tennessee, a team in desperate need of a tackle, moved down in the draft -- and got a massive haul from the Rams to do so -- and still managed to get the tackle prospect it wanted. Hard to argue with that. Good draft so far for general manager Jon Robinson.

Seattle Seahawks