With the first round of the NFL Draft in the books, who are the winners and the losers? And what surprises were made?
Cam Newton - From BCS National Championship to No. 1 overall pick, Newton will cash in once he signs (and probably earlier with endorsements)
Jake Locker, Christian Ponder - Both quarterbacks were expected to go later on in the first round, but Locker went before Blaine Gabbert and Ponder meets a perfect situation in Minnesota.
Detroit Lions - Nick Fairley fell right into their laps and now they can team him with Ndamukong Suh in the middle of the defensive line, putting fear into NFC North quarterbacks.
New York Giants - They drafted Prince Amukamara, a player who could have gone in the top 10.
New Orleans Saints - They draft Cameron Jordan and then are able to re-enter the first round to take RB Mark Ingram.
Andy Dalton, Ryan Mallett - Late buzz had both players going in the first round, but they're both available on Day 2.
Da'Quan Bowers - Did concern over his knee injury send him out of the first round?
James Carpenter - Who? That's what many Seattle Seahawks fans thought when their team took him with the 25th pick. He had been thought of as a second- or third-round pick by some draft experts.
Here is the complete list of picks to make your own determinations: