Collegefootballnews.com, a fantastic college football website (which every college football fan should read during the season), also has extensive coverage of the NFL Draft and ranked all the teams by who they felt got the best value for their picks. They compared each pick to where they had the player ranked to see which team did best getting value for their picks. The Browns topped their rankings with a +15, meaning their players picked were ranked an average of 15 slots ahead of where they were selected. They felt the Browns reached for T.J. Ward but thought they got great value for Colt McCoy and the two sixth round picks, Carlton Mitchell and Clifton Geathers, which propelled them to the top of the rankings. As far as the other AFC North teams, they had Baltimore 8th, Pittsburgh 10th, and Cincinnati 17th. CFN also gives their in-depth analysis of every played draft by the Browns here. I've read this site for many years and can say that the people who write for this site always have excellent analysis of college football and they know all the teams, not just the big schools, so I trust their opinion.