Analyzing the draft trades made today

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  1. GasedAndConfused

    GasedAndConfused Well-Known Member

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    to those who think they don't use the chart pay attention

    trade values

    TB Jax

    TB gets 33 (580) 106 (82) 180 (17.8) total 679.8
    Jax gets 27 (680) total 680

    NYJ TEN

    NYJ gets 26 (700) 101 (96) total 796
    TEN gets 35 (550) 69 (245) 163 (24.6) total 819.6

    BAL BUF

    BAL gets 25 (720) 130 (42) total 762
    BUF gets 23 (760) total 760

    NE KC

    NE gets 29 (640) 94 (124) 121 (52) total 816
    KC gets 21 (800) total 800

    PHI TEN

    PHI gets AJ Brown
    TEN gets 18 (900) 101 (96) total 990 (makes AJ brown worth about 16th overall)

    ARI BAL

    ARI gets M. Brown 100 (100)
    BAL gets 23 (760) total 760 makes Brown worth about pick 28


    HOU PHI

    Hou gets 15 (1050) 124 (48) 162 (25) 166 (23.4) total 1146.4
    PHI Gets 13 (1150) total 1150

    MIN DET

    MIN gets 32 (590) 34 (560) 66 (260) Total 1410
    DET gets 12 (1200) 46 (440) Total 1640

    WAS NO

    WAS gets 16 (1000) 98 (108) 120 (54) total 1162
    NO gets 12 (1200) total 1200

    in short most of the trades were pretty dead even the only ones that stand out as bad IMO

    ARI BALT
    I think arizona way overpaid for a mediocre WR. brown was worth IMO at best a mid to late 3rd plus they have to pay him.

    MIN DET
    detroit fleeced minn, they took way too little to move back. they should have gotten a future 2nd as well and a 5th in this draft to even it out

    for the jets trade, technically we overpaid a little however, considering JJ was considered top 15 by most you could argue his value was worth more then we paid
     
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  2. GreenGreek

    GreenGreek Well-Known Member

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    Given JD said we had been trying to trade up to every pick from #15 on, a little overpay for #26 is still far cheaper than JJ could have cost. Sometimes it's better to be lucky than good.

    Of the picks for picks swaps, NE (21) & BAL(23), it's reasonable to question whether they wanted to slide out of the 1st & lose the 5th year option. You can also question whether BB would even consider trading with the Jets. To get to #21, we probably would have dealt the same picks, but not received a late 3rd back.
     
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  3. deviljets7

    deviljets7 Well-Known Member

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    Excellent post.

    Normally there's a premium with a trade up (I forget the percentage), but this is a reminder of how this draft was viewed overall.

    As for the Jets' deal. Considering where they (and just about everyone else) had JJ valued, "overpaying" by the equivalent of a 5th rounder is well worth it.
     
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  4. BamaDoc

    BamaDoc Active Member

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    I did the same number crunching. Amazing without the QB tax how much things stuck to chart. We "overpaid " by basically the 163 =26.2 which was cheap and we didn't have a six or seventh rounder to use instead. If we move from 38 about 10 spots we could get a 4 and 5 or a 4 this year and 2023 4. If we move back 15 or so picks, we should gain a third.
     

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