This is a fascinating "Trade Machine" where you can input the picks surrendered on both sides, and it tells you which team gets more value based on FOUR different charts. The "old" chart and the Harvard chart are at the extremes. There are two other charts (one from this blogger's own site) that fall in the middle.
I plugged in the following: 31+34+128 for 14+44.
The old chart said that favored us enormously. Two of the other three charts gave Carolina the edge, and the third gave us a slight edge. In other words, if the old chart is truly going out of style, and if the teams in the 10-20 range of this draft are as desperate to trade down as media reports suggest, we might end up being surprised how cheap it is for us to move up.
I mean, who here wouldn't give up 31 and 34 and 128 for 14 and 44? We'd still have five picks in the top 93.
14: Sheldon Richardson or Tank Carradine
93: DL or WR