Picking the best draft classes ever for all 32 NFL teams

— -- NFL Nation reporters detail the top draft classes of all-time for every team. Among those featured? The Steelers' 1974 class, which had four Hall of Famers, and the Jets' 200 class, which included four-first round picks.

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Arizona CardinalsArizona's best draft class, featuring wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, among others, led the franchise to Super Bowl XLIII. Read more.

Atlanta FalconsThe Falcons' 2001 draft class had a couple of game-changers who helped the franchise get on the winning track, including quarterback Michael Vick. Read more.

Baltimore RavensThe Ravens' 1996 class was not only the best in team history, it's arguably the top one in the NFL over the past two decades. Read more.

Buffalo BillsOnly one Bills draft class since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger has produced multiple Hall of Fame players. Read more.

Carolina PanthersThe 2001 class gets the nod because two players went on to become the best in team history at their positions. Read more.

Chicago BearsIn 1983, the Bears chose seven future starting-caliber players who went on to help the team win Super Bowl XX. Read more.

Cincinnati BengalsThe selection of quarterback Boomer Esiason makes the Bengals' 1984 draft class their best ever. Read more.

Cleveland BrownsCleveland's 1957 draft produced Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown and Hall of Fame guard Gene Hickerson. Read more.

Dallas CowboysThe pick has to be the 1964 draft class that featured Hall of Famers Mel Renfro, Bob Hayes and Roger Staubach. Read more.

Denver BroncosThe Broncos' best draft class, in hindsight, might also be the most frustrating, maddening, what-might-have-been draft class. Read more.

Detroit Lions: The Lions' 1967 draft class featured a Hall of Famer and an offensive rookie of the year. Read more.

Green Bay PackersTheir 1958 draft produced two Pro Football Hall of Famers and another who many believe should be enshrined. Read more.

Houston TexansHouston has a short history, but its best draft class features former No. 1 overall pick Mario Williams. Read more.

Indianapolis Colts: After releasing quarterback Peyton Manning, the Colts needed a stellar 2012 draft class. They hit a home run. Read more.

Jacksonville JaguarsThe Jags' 1996 class, featuring linebacker Kevin Hardy and defensive end Tony Brackens, was the franchise's best. Read more.

Kansas City ChiefsThe Chiefs started building the foundation for what is still the franchise's only Super Bowl championship team in the 1963 draft. Read more.

Los Angeles RamsTheir best draft class featured two future Hall of Fame receivers and contributed to one of the most successful runs in franchise history. Read more.

Miami DolphinsHall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino leads Miami's best draft class ever. Read more.

Minnesota VikingsThe Vikings' 1967 draft set up the team's Super Bowl run with the selection of possibly the greatest player in team history. Read more.

New England PatriotsThe Patriots' best draft class included three first-round picks and a Hall of Famer. Read more.

New Orleans SaintsIt seemed impossible for the Saints to top their 1981 draft class, but that's exactly what they did in 2006. Read more.

New York GiantsThe Giants' best draft class helped build the first two Super Bowl title teams in Giants history. Read more.

New York JetsIn 2000, the Jets had four first-round picks, which is still a league record. They struck gold. Read more.

Oakland RaidersThe franchise's best draft class would eventually yield 11 Super Bowl rings. Read more.

Pittsburgh SteelersThe Steelers' best draft class produced four -- yes, four -- Hall of Famers. Read more.

Philadelphia EaglesThe Eagles' best draft class is a needle in a haystack of first-round busts, forgettable mid-round picks and unknown late-rounders. Read more.

San Diego ChargersThe team's 2004 draft class served as the foundation to four straight playoff appearances. Read more.

San Francisco 49ersThe 49ers' 1986 class, which featured Hall of Famer Charles Haley, laid the foundation for three Super Bowl titles. Read more.

Seattle SeahawksSeattle's top draft class featured two steals in the second and third rounds, including quarterback Russell Wilson. Read more.

Tampa Bay BuccaneersWhen it comes to picking the best draft class in Bucs history, there's really only one that stands out above the others. Read more.

Tennessee TitansTennessee's 1999 class included Jevon Kearse, who provided the pass-rush boost the team needed to advance to its one and only Super Bowl. Read more.

Washington RedskinsThe Redskins' success of the 1980s and early '90s was set up by a great draft class in 1981. Read more.