What a night it was in the 2022 NFL Draft. A draft that some pundits expected to be one of the craziest in recent memory certainly lived up to the hype, as it featured twists, turns and blockbuster trades. The biggest deal of the night occurred in the middle rounds of the draft when the Philadelphia Eagles agreed to send the 18th and 101st picks in the NFL Draft to the Tennessee Titans in exchange for Pro Bowl wide receiver AJ Brown. The Titans immediately made up for the absence of Brown by selecting Arkansas wideout Treylon Burks with Philadelphia's pick.

The deal, while a painful one for Tennessee fans to stomach, seemed to work reasonably well for both sides, though there's no denying that the Eagles and general manager Howie Roseman stole the show with this move. So, how did the teams do in the AJ Brown trade? Let's get to the grades.

Grading The Titans-Eagles AJ Brown Trade 

Titans: B-

Let's get the worst of it out. It's unfortunate that the Titans and AJ Brown, who is a 24-year-old receiver with back-to-back 1000-yard seasons, couldn't come to an agreement on a contract. However, such is the inflated market for wide receivers right now, something that general manager Jon Robinson alluded to when speaking about the Brown trade.

There's no immediate replacement for Brown, though the Titans sure have a chance at doing just that thanks to their selection of Treylon Burks, who has actually been compared to the former Titans wideout by some. Burks, who is 6-foot 3 inches and 230 pounds, excels after the catch and should fit right into the Titans scheme.

The selection of Burks certainly helps to soften the blow of the actual trade itself, which wasn't the greatest value for Tennessee. The public nature of their contract talks with Brown certainly didn't help them in the way of leverage in the Brown trade, though it sure feels like the Titans could have gotten more from the receiver-needy Eagles for the stud wideout, especially given the hauls that teams, such as the Kansas City Chiefs and Green Bay Packers, received in the blockbuster wideout deals of their own.

Deal returns aside, perhaps the biggest reason why the Titans get a lower grade is the simple fact that they couldn't retain Brown, who was already second in franchise history in receptions and receiving yards.

Eagles: A

Roseman and the Eagles hit a home run here. With the likes of Jameson Williams, Drake London and Garrett Wilson off the board- and Roseman perhaps not sold on the remaining options- the Eagles opted to trade for a sure thing, taking advantage of the Titans' lack of trade leverage in the process. A sure thing is what they got, as Brown is just 24-years old but has already logged back-to-back 1000-yard receiving seasons while cementing himself as one of the best wideouts in Titans' history. Not only that, but Brown, who placed in a run-heavy offense with Tennessee, is a perfect fit for Philadelphia's offense, as he is adept at run-blocking, as well as picking up yardage after the catch. Most importantly, the 24-year-old will instantly become Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts' number-one receiver as the surefire alpha receiver Philadelphia has been lacking. Roseman, who has taken some heat for his personnel decisions at receiver in past years, knocked this one out of the park. That the Eagles still have second and third round picks on Friday night after the wheeling and dealing is just the cherry on top.