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Old 03-13-2010, 05:32 PM   #21
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i hate bumpin the turds thread but i do it every year (this is the best and easiest to read value chart that has been posted here).
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Old 03-13-2010, 05:48 PM   #22
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Default Re: Draft Pick Value Chart

Here is an interesting article highlighting anomalies in the trade chart. It appears that picks #19 and #20 are unfairly treated in the value chart.

I am not a maths nerd but it is interesting to see how the points are spread.

http://walterfootball.com/tradevaluecharterrors.php


By the way Tony - I think you have just earnt 2 seperate infracts.

1. Bumping a thread

2. Reminding us of Mr LACKINGINTHEPANTS
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Old 03-13-2010, 11:41 PM   #23
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pudding? where did you get pudding..we can use that to trade up :)
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yup.....the spotted dick eatin moron, never seen a college game in his life, yet he was an authority on college players.....
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its that time again...




take it for what its worth. of course it pretty much counts for nothing to many casual fans, but for 32 clubs and fans who have a little bit of know how of a FO workings, it is avaluable tool in predicting and estimating how certain scenarios play out, and assigning a value to both the unknown and known.
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last year the falcons traded up to the 6th spot with the browns to draft julio jones.

the 6th spot was worth 1600 pts.

the falcons gave up the 27th pick- 680 pts.
59th- 310 pts.
124th- 48 pts.

plus their 1st round pick from this year (which everyone had to assume would be a playoff team drafting in positions 20-32).

22nd- 780

= 1818.

due to the falcons one and done playoff run, cleveland got the better of the deal to the tune of 218 points wich roughly equates to the 10th pick in the third round. had the falcons made it to the 2nd or 3rd round of the playoffs (like many expected) the deal woulda wound up even steven according to the chart.

according to the chart which just about all teams use (despite what message board savants and wanna be gurus say) any team that gives up a late 1st rounder for mike wallace is getting a complete steal.
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Old 04-27-2012, 06:11 PM   #27
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bump for quick draft day reference.
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This chart is a great resource. I think it quantifies the value of each selection, not necessarily the value of the player who is picked. For example, we've all seen top picks turn out to be busts - Ryan Leaf, Akili Smith - and late rounders become superstars - Tom Brady.

Something that strikes me is the Redskins trade for Robert Griffin III last year. The table here does NOT do justice to what the Redskins gave up. Washington traded up from #6 to #2. They gave away the #6 pick, the #39 selection, the 22nd selection this year, and a 1st-rounder in next year's draft.

If we use the table above, the value equates to:

#2 pick in 2012 (RG III) minus #6 pick : 2600-1600 = 1000
#39 pick in 2012 - 510
#22 pick in 2013 - 780
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Total value = 1890 + 1st rounder in 2014

Based on this calculation:

According to the value of picks, the chart suggests the Redkins gave up a TON to trade up just 4 spots. If one crunches the numbers, it looks like the price was astronomical. To me, numbers like this did not come into play for the trade. The Rams must have known Washington was after RGIII, and decided to charge a premium to move down.
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According to this our pick #15 is worth San Fransisco s 1st, 2nd, & 3rd.
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