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NFL Nation: Breaking down all 32 teams' draft classes

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McAdoo talks up Apple and Shepard picks (2:01)

Giants first-year coach Ben McAdoo discusses the team's first two selections of Eli Apple and Sterling Shepard in the 2016 NFL draft. (2:01)

The 2016 NFL draft is complete, and classes have taken shape. NFL Nation reporters have analyzed all 253 picks of the draft and have giving their in-depth thoughts -- for better or worse -- on each pick.

Click the links after each team to view the posts for Insider analysis.

Arizona Cardinals: The Cardinals might have found another late first-round gem in defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche. Complete analysis for every pick.

Atlanta Falcons: First-round pick Keanu Neal is a strong safety who can run and hit like a linebacker. Complete analysis for every pick.

Baltimore Ravens: Twenty years after drafting Jonathan Ogden, the Ravens are confident they landed a franchise left tackle who can finally fill his massive shoes. Complete analysis for every pick.

Buffalo Bills: The Bills addressed a need and received great value in defensive end Shaq Lawson, a player who wasn't expected to fall as far as No. 19. Complete analysis for every pick.

Carolina Panthers: Adding first-round pick Vernon Butler to a rotation that already includes Kawann Short and Star Lotulelei means even more possibilities. Complete analysis for every pick.

Chicago Bears: Outside linebacker Leonard Floyd, the Bears' first-round pick, spent three seasons at Georgia, but he didn't produce any eye-popping stats. Complete analysis for every pick.

Cincinnati Bengals: Cincinnati added cornerback William Jackson III, one of the draft class' fastest players and top cover corners, in the first round. Complete analysis for every pick.

Cleveland Browns: The Browns took Corey Coleman with the 15th pick, the first time Cleveland has taken a receiver in the first round since 2005. Complete analysis for every pick.

Dallas Cowboys: The Cowboys are looking for No. 4 pick Ezekiel Elliott to do what DeMarco Murray did for them in 2014. Complete analysis for every pick.

Denver Broncos: At 6-foot-6, 244 pounds, first-round pick Paxton Lynch is exactly the type of big-framed quarterback John Elway likes. Complete analysis for every pick.

Detroit Lions: With their top pick, the Lions added an immediate starter on the offensive line in Ohio State's Taylor Decker. Complete analysis for every pick.

Green Bay Packers: The Packers' first-round pick probably wouldn't have been necessary had B.J. Raji not surprised the Packers by his decision to walk away from football. Complete analysis for every pick.

Houston Texans: The Texans wanted to get faster, and they added wide receiver Will Fuller, the fastest wideout at the NFL combine, in the first round. Complete analysis for every pick.

Indianapolis Colts: The Colts hit it big with center Ryan Kelly at No. 18, adding a perfect piece to the offensive line. Analysis for every pick. Complete analysis for every pick.

Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jaguars acquired arguably the best defensive player in the draft in defensive back Jalen Ramsey at No. 5. Complete analysis for every pick.

Kansas City Chiefs: The Chiefs could be losing Dontari Poe to free agency in 2017. The addition of second-rounder Chris Jones gives them insurance. Complete analysis for every pick.

Los Angeles Rams: Don't be surprised if the team's plan for new quarterback Jared Goff models what the Atlanta Falcons did with Matt Ryan in 2008. Complete analysis for every pick.

Miami Dolphins: Offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil dropped to the Dolphins at No. 13, but he's a boom-or-bust pick. Complete analysis for every pick.

Minnesota Vikings: General manager Rick Spielman said in February the Vikings were looking for a Michael Irvin-style split end for their offense, and they got exactly that in the first round. Complete analysis for every pick.

New England Patriots: The Patriots didn't have a first-round pick, but they used their top pick -- No. 60 -- on a cornerback from Alabama. Complete analysis for every pick.

New Orleans Saints: The Saints added Sheldon Rankins, widely regarded as the best 4-3 defensive tackle in the class, with their first pick. Complete analysis for every pick.

New York Giants: First-round pick Eli Apple is a big corner who's only 20 years old and fills a need for the Giants. Complete analysis for every pick.

New York Jets: The Jets' first-round pick, linebacker Darron Lee, doesn't seem like a great scheme, but he improves the defense's speed. Complete analysis for every pick.

Oakland Raiders: The Raiders' last line of defense needed an overhaul after Charles Woodson's retirement, and adding Karl Joseph at No. 14 helps in a big way. Complete analysis for every pick.

Pittsburgh Steelers: The Steelers picked up cornerback Artie Burns, a proven playmaker, at No. 25 overall. Complete analysis for every pick.

Philadelphia Eagles: The Eagles went with a quarterback at the top of the first round, and they have an issue with the quarterback they just signed. Complete analysis for every pick.

San Diego Chargers: No. 3 overall pick Joey Bosa fills San Diego's most glaring need, which is help along the defensive line. Complete analysis for every pick.

San Francisco 49ers: The Niners have to be thrilled that DeForest Buckner fell to them at No. 7, as he has the potential to revitalize the rush defense. Complete analysis for every pick.

Seattle Seahawks: Top pick Germain Ifedi is a very good athlete who has the skill set to transition to left tackle for the Seahawks. Complete analysis for every pick.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: A year after producing a standout class, the Bucs picked up a promising talent in cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III in Round 1. Complete analysis for every pick.

Tennessee Titans: The Titans picked offensive tackle Jack Conklin, who's projected to play on the right side, at No. 8. Complete analysis for every pick.

Washington Redskins: The Redskins didn't have an immediate need at receiver, but they drafted for the future with Josh Doctson at No. 22. Complete analysis for every pick.