2013 NFL Power Rankings: Post-draft
The 2013 draft provided compelling theater. Did it have a dramatic effect on the league's power grid?
With most of last season's heavyweights getting positive reviews for their draft work, our voters (ESPN.com's John Clayton, ESPN.com's Ashley Fox, NFC East blogger Dan Graziano, AFC North blogger Jamison Hensley and NFC West blogger Mike Sando) saw no reason to shake things up. The Seahawks are still No. 1, while the 49ers, Broncos and Falcons all remain entrenched in the top four.
The only changes within the top 10 are minor. The Packers, after assembling an 11-man draft class that included Alabama RB Eddie Lacy, have supplanted New England at No. 5. The Bengals, aided by the pre-draft acquisition of LB James Harrison, are now at No. 9, up one spot from our previous installment.
The biggest mover overall is Arizona (three spots), with four other teams gaining two positions.
On the flip side, the Browns fell three spots and the Jets, despite drafting QB Geno Smith, have bottomed out at No. 32.