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Draft Value Chart with Calculator (see bottom of chart for calculator)

HELLLLOOOOO!!!! Look at the Draft Value Chart which has been posted in this forum for like 10 years.
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Thanks to nickbradley for the calculator.
So basically if we traded every one of our picks to the lions it still wouldnt add up to 3000 lol
I'm a member over at footballguys.com and that draft pick calculator is only for Fantasy Football Drafts only. Not the NFL Draft.
Any idea how to calculate the value of the Niner's trade with Carolina? How much is Carolina's first next year worth?
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Originally posted by NewEraNiner:
Any idea how to calculate the value of the Niner's trade with Carolina? How much is Carolina's first next year worth?

No way to really put a finger on it yet, since basically draft positions haven't been set. It pretty much a crap shoot. (sorry for the late response)

McCloughan basically looked at Carolina's schedule and decided from there.
When is the draft contest coming back????
created by retards.
Does anyone know if teams actually follow this chart much when making a deal in the first and second round?
Originally posted by Oakland-Niner:
Does anyone know if teams actually follow this chart much when making a deal in the first and second round?

I checked the deals from the 1st round of last years draft and it looks quite accurate. So much about the talk that nobody uses it anymore.
[ Edited by stever on Apr 22, 2011 at 1:03 PM ]
15: 1050
16: 1000 50
17: 950 50
18: 900 50
19: 875 25
20: 850 25 *oops* edit
21: 800 50
22: 780 20
23: 760 20

there's something funny about the difference between picks, the difference between 18 and 19 is too small, and between 19 and 20 too large.

Something like this would make more sense:
15: 1050
16: 1000 50
17: 950 50
18: 900 50
19: 860 40
20: 830 30
21: 800 30
22: 780 20
23: 760 20

[ Edited by CasBanaszek on May 10, 2011 at 16:23:21 ]
we should be able to move into rd 5 by trading a 6th and our 1st 7th.

Or 4th rd. with a early 6th and maybe 2 7ths, or 1 7th and early and larte 6th.
With the new rookie salary cap structure in place, this chart really doesn't apply anymore. The difference in price from one pick to the next, especially in the top 10 picks, is so small by comparison to the old system. In 2012, there should be a ton of movement in the top 10 because of this new reality.
so I dont get it..... what do the points represent? where do those numbers come from