Yet another massive NFL trade shook up the league's landscape on Saturday afternoon. This time, it didn't involve quarterbacks or star players switching allegiances.

The New York Jets pulled the trigger on a deal to move up to the No. 3 position in the 2018 NFL Draft. In exchange, the indianapolis colts received the No. 6 pick, No. 37 pick, No. 49 pick, and a second-round pick in 2019. This move will inevitably lead to more draft trades as teams jockey to select one of the top-level quarterbacks in the pool.

So, who came out on top? And more importantly, did each team improve with the deal?

Colts spread their wealth

Due to their lack of a need at the QB position (as long as Andrew Luck heals), there were always rumors the Colts would deal the No. 3 pick for the right package. Moving down just three selections and gaining three second-round picks in the process seems like the right package to me. For Indianapolis, however, this deal is about adding depth to their roster.

The team struggled immensely in every facet of the game last year. They need help in the running department, receiving department, offensive line, and throughout the defense; for those keeping track at home, that's virtually everywhere. Second-round draft picks aren't markedly worse than first-round picks. Now Indianapolis can spread the wealth and find impact producers at every position they need - all of them.

Colts Grade: A

Jets go for their guy

The Colts' gains were the Jets' losses. Giving up three draft picks just to move up three slots isn't a particularly economical move. The team has a lot of needs to address this offseason. They've been handling some of that with their immense cap space, which is understandable. Still, many can make the argument that New York would be better off building a sustainable team for the future by bringing along young players.

That being said, a quarterback is the most important position in all of sports. If the team truly thinks one of the quarterbacks at the top of the draft is a franchise player for the next decade, the sacrifice is probably worth it. Those options include Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen, Baker Mayfield, and Josh Allen, each with their flaws.

Because of that, the team is taking a huge risk, as well as doubling down on a position where they just re-signed Josh McCown and brought in Teddy Bridgewater. The jury will be out on the Jets for awhile.

Jets Grade: B (for now)