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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by TitanJeff, Jan 7, 2006.
It'll come in handy over the next few months.
i dont see it. great idea though!
I doubt that chart will be valid this year with 3 franchise players at the top. We should be getting premium value for the #3 pick.
I agree. I think most felt last year it was over-inflated with the early picks.
I could see another team who's pretty well stocked but wants one of the top 3 picks could trade an entire draft to us in exchage for #3.
For example, the value stated for the 8th pick in every round is worth 2290.
Would you like 8th overall and extra pick in every round in exchange for #3? Maybe spread it over a few years?
could someone explain that chart to me, it doesnt make a lot of sense
The chart shows a numerical value for each pick. Hypothetically if you wanted to trade picks you would look for a trade that added up to an equal amount of points. For example the 16th pick in the 1st is worth 1000 points. An equal value for that pick would be the 23rd and the 70th picks.
And take this chart with a grain of salt. I think the top picks will have a lot more value than when they would have last year.
In theory that might be true but if I'm Reese I'm not sure I would insist on it to make a trade. For example, if we trade down to #9 we would need the Lions complete draft just to meet the chart value. If we were offered just the Lions 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th picks I would have to consider it IMO.
who do you think the titans should draft