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 Cardinals: Arizona's best draft class, featuring wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, among others, led the franchise to Super Bowl XLIII. Read more.
Atlanta Falcons: The 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 Ravens: The 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 Bills: Only one Bills draft class since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger has produced multiple Hall of Fame players. Read more.
Carolina Panthers: The 2001 class gets the nod because two players went on to become the best in team history at their positions. Read more.
Chicago Bears: In 1983, the Bears chose seven future starting-caliber players who went on to help the team win Super Bowl XX. Read more.
Cincinnati Bengals: The selection of quarterback Boomer Esiason makes the Bengals' 1984 draft class their best ever. Read more.
Cleveland Browns: Cleveland's 1957 draft produced Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown and Hall of Fame guard Gene Hickerson. Read more.
Dallas Cowboys: The pick has to be the 1964 draft class that featured Hall of Famers Mel Renfro, Bob Hayes and Roger Staubach. Read more.
Denver Broncos: The 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 Packers: Their 1958 draft produced two Pro Football Hall of Famers and another who many believe should be enshrined. Read more.
Houston Texans: Houston 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 Jaguars: The Jags' 1996 class, featuring linebacker Kevin Hardy and defensive end Tony Brackens, was the franchise's best. Read more.
Kansas City Chiefs: The 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 Rams: Their 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 Dolphins: Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino leads Miami's best draft class ever. Read more.
Minnesota Vikings: The 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 Patriots: The Patriots' best draft class included three first-round picks and a Hall of Famer. Read more.
New Orleans Saints: It seemed impossible for the Saints to top their 1981 draft class, but that's exactly what they did in 2006. Read more.
New York Giants: The Giants' best draft class helped build the first two Super Bowl title teams in Giants history. Read more.
New York Jets: In 2000, the Jets had four first-round picks, which is still a league record. They struck gold. Read more.
Oakland Raiders: The franchise's best draft class would eventually yield 11 Super Bowl rings. Read more.
Pittsburgh Steelers: The Steelers' best draft class produced four -- yes, four -- Hall of Famers. Read more.
Philadelphia Eagles: The 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 Chargers: The team's 2004 draft class served as the foundation to four straight playoff appearances. Read more.
San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers' 1986 class, which featured Hall of Famer Charles Haley, laid the foundation for three Super Bowl titles. Read more.
Seattle Seahawks: Seattle's top draft class featured two steals in the second and third rounds, including quarterback Russell Wilson. Read more.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: When 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 Titans: Tennessee'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 Redskins: The Redskins' success of the 1980s and early '90s was set up by a great draft class in 1981. Read more.