The 2021 NFL Draft was a big step back towards "normal" for the NFL as they were live on stage in Cleveland, Ohio with Commissioner Rodger Goodell and even players in attendance. So now we turn our attention from the flash to the substance. How did the New York NFL teams do adding the talent needed to get them to the next level? Director of Scouting for the Draft Network Kyle Crabbs joined Levack and Ball to share his grades for all 32 NFL franchises in this year's Draft.

Listen to Kyle Crabbs full breakdown of the New York NFL team below.

The Jets got an A- on their draft that started with QB Zack Wilson (pictured above) then OL Alijah Vera-Tucker (picture below). Crabbs seemed a little lukewarm on Wilson but overall liked the Jets plan.

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The Draft Networks Kyle Crabbs gave the New York Giants a B+ thanks to not one but two trade backs from general manager Dave Gettleman. Daniel Jones gets another weapon in WR Kadarius Toney and an Edge rusher in OLB Azeez Ojulari.

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The Buffalo Bills also got a B+ from Crabbs thanks to addressing the age, contract size and depth at pass rusher in the first two rounds.

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