"You start with Cleveland, anytime you can get a running back, it shortens the game," he said. "And them getting a guy like Trent [Richardson] and then getting a quarterback -- but not only a quarterback -- a quarterback that has some maturity, I think that learning curve may be a lot shorter with him. So, they did a good job. And then Cincinnati,Marvin [Lewis] having two first-round picks to get the offensive lineman and the corner that they got. … And then you move on to Pittsburgh," Newsome said. "So, I think all three teams really helped themselves in this year's draft, and they just made competing in the AFC North that much tougher."