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#1 Highhorse

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Posted 26 February 2014 - 09:08 PM

SCROLL DOWN FOR THE 2015 CHART....

 

2014 NFL Draft Pick Points Chart

When teams are considering trading draft picks, they will refer the chart below.

Each draft slot is given a numerical value.

G.M.'s will most likely try to have the total value of all draft picks involve on each side fairly close.


 

Round 1     Round 2    Round 3    Round 4    Round 5    Round 6    Round 7   Other

1 3000         33 580       65 265        97 112       129 43        161 28      193 15.2    225 2.9

2 2600         34 560       66 260        98 108       130 42        162 27.6   194 14.8    226 2.8

3 2200         35 550       67 255        99 104       131 41        163 27.2   195 14.4    227 2.7

4 1800         36 540       68 250       100 100      132 40        164 26.8   196 14       228 2.6

5 1700         37 530       69 245       101 96        133 39.5     165 26.4   197 13.6    229 2.5

6 1600         38 520       70 240       102 92        134 39        166 26      198 13.2    230 2.4

7 1500         39 510       71 235       103 88        135 38.5     167 25.6   199 12.8    231 2.3

8 1400         40 500       72 230       104 86        136 38        168 25.2   200 12.4    232 2.2

9 1350         41 490       73 225       105 84        137 37.5     169 24.8   201 12       233 2.1

10 1300       42 480       74 220       106 82        138 37        170 24.4   202 11.6    234 2

11 1250       43 470       75 215       107 80        139 36.5     171 24      203 11.2    235 1.9

12 1200       44 460       76 210       108 78        140 36        172 23.6   204 10.8    236 1.8

13 1150       45 450       77 205       109 76        141 35.5     173 23.2   205 10.4    237 1.7

14 1100       46 440       78 200       110 74        142 35        174 22.8   206 10       238 1.6

15 1050       47 430       79 195       111 72        143 34.5     175 22.4   207 9.6      239 1.5

16 1000       48 420       80 190       112 70        144 34        176 22      208 9.2      240 1.4

17 950         49 410       81 185       113 68        145 33.5     177 21.6   209 8.8      241 1.3

18 900         50 400       82 180       114 66        146 33        178 21.2   210 8.4      242 1.2

19 875         51 390       83 175       115 64        147 32.6     179 20.8   211 8         243 1.1

20 850         52 380       84 170       116 62        148 32.2     180 20.4   212 7.6      244 1

21 800         53 370       85 165       117 60        149 31.8     181 20      213 7.2      245 0.95

22 780         54 360       86 160       118 58        150 31.4     182 19.6   214 6.8      246 0.9

23 760         55 350       87 155       119 56        151 31        183 19.2   215 6.4      247 0.85

24 740         56 340       88 150       120 54        152 31.8     184 18.8   216 6         248 0.8

25 720         57 330       89 145       121 52        153 31.2     185 18.4   217 5.6      249 0.75

26 700         58 320       90 140       122 50        154 30.8     186 18      218 5.2      250 0.7

27 680         59 310       91 136       123 49        155 30.4     187 17.6   219 4.8      251 0.65

28 660         60 300       92 132       124 48        156 30        188 17.2   220 4.4      252 0.6

29 640         61 292       93 128       125 47        157 29.6     189 16.8   221 4         253 0.55

30 620         62 284       94 124       126 46        158 29.2     190 16.4   222 3.6      254 0.5

31 600         63 276       95 120       127 45        159 28.8     191 16      223 3.3      255 0.45

32 590         64 270       96 116       128 44        160 28.4     192 15.6   224 3         256 0.4


Genius....he invented the 4-3 defense in the 60's, ...but the true genius was he invented an offense to defeat his own defense.  That genius was Tom Landry.

 

 


#2 Jason Ramirez

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Posted 27 February 2014 - 12:52 AM

Or just click on this link http://www.drafttek....Value-Chart.asp
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#3 Highhorse

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Posted 27 February 2014 - 05:06 AM

Or just click on this link http://www.drafttek....Value-Chart.asp

Why, its right in front of you.


Genius....he invented the 4-3 defense in the 60's, ...but the true genius was he invented an offense to defeat his own defense.  That genius was Tom Landry.

 

 


#4 Jason Ramirez

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Posted 27 February 2014 - 05:14 AM

Do you know which team is at every pick?
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#5 Highhorse

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Posted 27 February 2014 - 04:00 PM

I'm simply showing the points system, what team is where is irrelevant unless you track every single transaction.  If you want to go to your site for what you evaluate, have at it, I encourage others to go there also.  Feel free to post your team by team point position here, its an open thread.


Genius....he invented the 4-3 defense in the 60's, ...but the true genius was he invented an offense to defeat his own defense.  That genius was Tom Landry.

 

 


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Posted 27 February 2014 - 04:29 PM

http://www.calculato...-pick-value.php

 

I like to make things easyier


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#7 Highhorse

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Posted 27 February 2014 - 11:50 PM

http://www.calculato...-pick-value.php

 

I like to make things easyier

Cool


Genius....he invented the 4-3 defense in the 60's, ...but the true genius was he invented an offense to defeat his own defense.  That genius was Tom Landry.

 

 


#8 LeedsCowboys

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Posted 01 March 2014 - 01:16 PM

The Harvard trade value chart is becoming more relevant, you only need to look at recent trades to see.

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Posted 01 March 2014 - 07:12 PM

The Harvard trade value chart is becoming more relevant, you only need to look at recent trades to see.

Post it, let's see it....


Genius....he invented the 4-3 defense in the 60's, ...but the true genius was he invented an offense to defeat his own defense.  That genius was Tom Landry.

 

 


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Posted 05 March 2014 - 05:46 PM

Post it, let's see it....

http://www.bloggingt...ade-value-chart



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Posted 06 March 2014 - 01:48 AM

I like the tightness of that vs the other charting.  It creates a more definite trade vs trade value and takes value from the first 10 picks which makes that a more realistic value.


Genius....he invented the 4-3 defense in the 60's, ...but the true genius was he invented an offense to defeat his own defense.  That genius was Tom Landry.

 

 


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Posted 06 March 2014 - 01:51 AM

Here's what the Harvard Chart looks like:

 

Round 1     Round 2     Round 3     Round 4     Round 5     Round 6     Round 7

1 494.6      33 175.2      65 128.0      97 97.8       129 75.6      161 58.0      193 43.5

2 435.7      34 173.3      66 126.9      98 97.1       130 75.0      162 57.5      194 43.1

3 401.3      35 171.4      67 125.8      99 96.3       131 74.4      163 57.1      195 42.6

4 376.9      36 169.5      68 124.7      100 95.5     132 73.8      164 56.6      196 42.2

5 357.9      37 167.7      69 123.6      101 94.7     133 73.2      165 56.1      197 41.8

6 342.4      38 165.9      70 122.5      102 94.0     134 72.6      166 55.6      198 41.4

7 329.4      39 164.1      71 121.5      103 93.2     135 72.0      167 55.1      199 41.0

8 318.0      40 162.4      72 120.4      104 92.5     136 71.5      168 54.6      200 40.6

9 308.0      41 160.8      73 119.4      105 91.7     137 70.9      169 54.2      201 40.2

10 299.1    42 159.1      74 118.4      106 91.0     138 70.3      170 53.7      202 39.8

11 291.0    43 157.5      75 117.4      107 90.3     139 69.7      171 53.2      203 39.4

12 283.6    44 155.9      76 116.4      108 89.5     140 69.2      172 52.7      204 39.0

13 276.8    45 154.3      77 115.4      109 88.8     141 68.6      173 52.3      205 38.6

14 270.5    46 152.8      78 114.4      110 88.1     142 68.0      174 51.8      206 38.2

15 264.7    47 151.3      79 113.5      111 87.4     143 67.5      175 51.4      207 37.8

16 259.2    48 149.8      80 112.5      112 86.7     144 66.9      176 50.9      208 37.4

17 254.0    49 148.4      81 111.6      113 86.0     145 66.4      177 50.4      209 37.0

18 249.2    50 147.0      82 110.7      114 85.3     146 65.8      178 50.0      210 36.6

19 244.6    51 145.6      83 109.7      115 84.6     147 65.3      179 49.5      211 36.3

20 240.2    52 144.2      84 108.8      116 84.0     148 64.8      180 49.1      212 35.9

21 236.1    53 142.8      85 107.9      117 83.3     149 64.2      181 48.6      213 35.5

22 232.1    54 141.5      86 107.1      118 82.6     150 63.7      182 48.2      214 35.1

23 228.4    55 140.2      87 106.2      119 82.0     151 63.2      183 47.8      215 34.7

24 224.7    56 138.9      88 105.3      120 81.3     152 62.6      184 47.3      216 34.3

25 221.3    57 137.6      89 104.4      121 80.7     153 62.1      185 46.9      217 33.9

26 218.0    58 136.3      90 103.6      122 80.0     154 61.6      186 46.5      218 33.5

27 214.7    59 135.1      91 102.7      123 79.4     155 61.1      187 46.0      219 33.1

28 211.7    60 133.9      92 101.9      124 78.7     156 60.6      188 45.6      220 32.7

29 208.7    61 132.7      93 101.1      125 78.1     157 60.0      189 45.2      221 32.3

30 205.8    62 131.4      94 100.3      126 77.5     158 59.5      190 44.7      222 31.9

31 203.0    63 130.3      95 99.4        127 76.9     159 59.0      191 44.3      223 31.5

32 200.3    64 129.1      96 98.6        128 76.2     160 58.5      192 43.9      224 31.1


Genius....he invented the 4-3 defense in the 60's, ...but the true genius was he invented an offense to defeat his own defense.  That genius was Tom Landry.

 

 


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Posted 07 March 2014 - 01:26 AM

That chart makes no sense. So you're telling me if the Falcons at #6 wanted to trade up with the Rams at #2 it would only cost them their 4th round pick? No freaking way.

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Posted 07 March 2014 - 03:40 AM

That chart makes no sense. So you're telling me if the Falcons at #6 wanted to trade up with the Rams at #2 it would only cost them their 4th round pick? No freaking way.

I think they can finagle a 3 if they play their cards right.  How bad does Atlanta want the 2 vs chart value.  It's is 4 positions after all.....right?  In this draft, a 4 may be as valuable as a 3, but draft depth will change yr to yr, thus changing the later values.  Kinda turns that GM position into a real head spinner...ey?


Genius....he invented the 4-3 defense in the 60's, ...but the true genius was he invented an offense to defeat his own defense.  That genius was Tom Landry.

 

 


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Posted 08 March 2014 - 05:20 PM

Here's what the Harvard Chart looks like:

 

Round 1     Round 2     Round 3     Round 4     Round 5     Round 6     Round 7

1 494.6      33 175.2      65 128.0      97 97.8       129 75.6      161 58.0      193 43.5

2 435.7      34 173.3      66 126.9      98 97.1       130 75.0      162 57.5      194 43.1

3 401.3      35 171.4      67 125.8      99 96.3       131 74.4      163 57.1      195 42.6

4 376.9      36 169.5      68 124.7      100 95.5     132 73.8      164 56.6      196 42.2

5 357.9      37 167.7      69 123.6      101 94.7     133 73.2      165 56.1      197 41.8

6 342.4      38 165.9      70 122.5      102 94.0     134 72.6      166 55.6      198 41.4

7 329.4      39 164.1      71 121.5      103 93.2     135 72.0      167 55.1      199 41.0

8 318.0      40 162.4      72 120.4      104 92.5     136 71.5      168 54.6      200 40.6

9 308.0      41 160.8      73 119.4      105 91.7     137 70.9      169 54.2      201 40.2

10 299.1    42 159.1      74 118.4      106 91.0     138 70.3      170 53.7      202 39.8

11 291.0    43 157.5      75 117.4      107 90.3     139 69.7      171 53.2      203 39.4

12 283.6    44 155.9      76 116.4      108 89.5     140 69.2      172 52.7      204 39.0

13 276.8    45 154.3      77 115.4      109 88.8     141 68.6      173 52.3      205 38.6

14 270.5    46 152.8      78 114.4      110 88.1     142 68.0      174 51.8      206 38.2

15 264.7    47 151.3      79 113.5      111 87.4     143 67.5      175 51.4      207 37.8

16 259.2    48 149.8      80 112.5      112 86.7     144 66.9      176 50.9      208 37.4

17 254.0    49 148.4      81 111.6      113 86.0     145 66.4      177 50.4      209 37.0

18 249.2    50 147.0      82 110.7      114 85.3     146 65.8      178 50.0      210 36.6

19 244.6    51 145.6      83 109.7      115 84.6     147 65.3      179 49.5      211 36.3

20 240.2    52 144.2      84 108.8      116 84.0     148 64.8      180 49.1      212 35.9

21 236.1    53 142.8      85 107.9      117 83.3     149 64.2      181 48.6      213 35.5

22 232.1    54 141.5      86 107.1      118 82.6     150 63.7      182 48.2      214 35.1

23 228.4    55 140.2      87 106.2      119 82.0     151 63.2      183 47.8      215 34.7

24 224.7    56 138.9      88 105.3      120 81.3     152 62.6      184 47.3      216 34.3

25 221.3    57 137.6      89 104.4      121 80.7     153 62.1      185 46.9      217 33.9

26 218.0    58 136.3      90 103.6      122 80.0     154 61.6      186 46.5      218 33.5

27 214.7    59 135.1      91 102.7      123 79.4     155 61.1      187 46.0      219 33.1

28 211.7    60 133.9      92 101.9      124 78.7     156 60.6      188 45.6      220 32.7

29 208.7    61 132.7      93 101.1      125 78.1     157 60.0      189 45.2      221 32.3

30 205.8    62 131.4      94 100.3      126 77.5     158 59.5      190 44.7      222 31.9

31 203.0    63 130.3      95 99.4        127 76.9     159 59.0      191 44.3      223 31.5

32 200.3    64 129.1      96 98.6        128 76.2     160 58.5      192 43.9      224 31.1

 

 

Interesting how much difference in the 2 charts.  Real trade value is probably in the middle of the two.   It really depends on the teams involved and how much the picks are coveted.  I hope the Cowboys are talking with Cleveland and SF about trading down in the first and picking up a late 2nd or early 3rd rounder.   Worked last year.  We need more picks and the mock drafts this year all show quality through round 4.   I would like to see Aaron Donald available at 16 but if he is gone then a trade down would work just fine.



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Posted 08 March 2014 - 05:45 PM

That chart makes no sense. So you're telling me if the Falcons at #6 wanted to trade up with the Rams at #2 it would only cost them their 4th round pick? No freaking way.

A lot of these charts arent determined through what the trades actually entail, but they use some sort of complicated math to get the production averages of every player drafted at their spot and gives them a grade for the actual pick through production. Does what i said make sense or is it illegible?



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Posted 08 March 2014 - 06:35 PM

I think they can finagle a 3 if they play their cards right. How bad does Atlanta want the 2 vs chart value. It's is 4 positions after all.....right? In this draft, a 4 may be as valuable as a 3, but draft depth will change yr to yr, thus changing the later values. Kinda turns that GM position into a real head spinner...ey?


It wouldn't happen in million years. 2 2nd round picks is realistically about what it would take.

A lot of these charts arent determined through what the trades actually entail, but they use some sort of complicated math to get the production averages of every player drafted at their spot and gives them a grade for the actual pick through production. Does what i said make sense or is it illegible?

No yeah it makes sense, but do GMs really use that?

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Posted 08 March 2014 - 06:46 PM

To go from 6th of the Falcons to the 2 of the rams its atleast there 2nd rounder and 4th rounder to move up


Draft picks are very valueable there currency there kinda worth more then the players you trade for them.

 

But I like what WAtkins and Brian hit on Dallas could trade Ware to a team that doesnt get much attention from FA and could possibly get there 2nd rounder



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Posted 11 December 2014 - 01:50 AM

The 2015 vs 2014 trade value chart is almost identical except from RD 6 down, which looses a solid point all the way down.  This tells me the draft isn't as deep this year and all the main value is in the top 5 RDs.  So UDFA's signings may not be as prevelent.  I can't find any info on the 2015 Harvard chart, but can't figure it to be much different either.

 

Round 1     Round 2    Round 3    Round 4    Round 5    Round 6    Round 7   Other

1 3000         33 580       65 265        97 112       129 43        161 27      193 14.2    225 1.9

2 2600         34 560       66 260        98 108       130 42        162 26.6   194 13.8    226 1.8

3 2200         35 550       67 255        99 104       131 41        163 26.2   195 13.4    227 1.7

4 1800         36 540       68 250       100 100      132 40        164 256.8   196 13     228 1.6

5 1700         37 530       69 245       101 96        133 39.5     165 25.4   197 12.6    229 1.5

6 1600         38 520       70 240       102 92        134 39        166 25      198 12.2    230 1.4

7 1500         39 510       71 235       103 88        135 38.5     167 24.6   199 11.8    231 1.3

8 1400         40 500       72 230       104 86        136 38        168 24.2   200 11.4    232 1.2

9 1350         41 490       73 225       105 84        137 37.5     169 23.8   201 11       233 1.1

10 1300       42 480       74 220       106 82        138 37        170 23.4   202 10.6    234 1

11 1250       43 470       75 215       107 80        139 36.5     171 23      203 10.2    235 0.9

12 1200       44 460       76 210       108 78        140 36        172 22.6   204 9.8      236 0.8

13 1150       45 450       77 205       109 76        141 35.5     173 22.2   205 9.4      237 0.7

14 1100       46 440       78 200       110 74        142 35        174 21.8   206 9         238 0.6

15 1050       47 430       79 195       111 72        143 34.5     175 21.4   207 8.6      239 0.5

16 1000       48 420       80 190       112 70        144 34        176 21      208 8.2      240 0.4

17 950         49 410       81 185       113 68        145 33.5     177 20.6   209 7.8      241 0.3

18 900         50 400       82 180       114 66        146 33        178 20.2   210 7.4      242 0.2

19 875         51 390       83 175       115 64        147 32.6     179 19.8   211 7         243 0.1

20 850         52 380       84 170       116 62        148 32.2     180 19.4   212 6.6      244 0.99

21 800         53 370       85 165       117 60        149 31.8     181 19      213 6.2      245 0.95

22 780         54 360       86 160       118 58        150 31.4     182 18.6   214 5.8      246 0.9

23 760         55 350       87 155       119 56        151 31        183 18.2   215 5.4      247 0.85

24 740         56 340       88 150       120 54        152 31.8     184 17.8   216 5         248 0.8

25 720         57 330       89 145       121 52        153 31.2     185 17.4   217 4.6      249 0.75

26 700         58 320       90 140       122 50        154 30.8     186 17      218 4.2      250 0.7

27 680         59 310       91 136       123 49        155 30.4     187 16.6   219 3.8      251 0.65

28 660         60 300       92 132       124 48        156 30        188 16.2   220 3.4      252 0.6

29 640         61 292       93 128       125 47        157 29.6     189 15.8   221 3         253 0.55

30 620         62 284       94 124       126 46        158 29.2     190 15.4   222 2.6      254 0.5

31 600         63 276       95 120       127 45        159 28.8     191 15      223 2.3      255 0.45

32 590         64 270       96 116       128 44        160 28.4     192 14.6   224 2         256 0.4


Genius....he invented the 4-3 defense in the 60's, ...but the true genius was he invented an offense to defeat his own defense.  That genius was Tom Landry.

 

 


#20 daygoboy6191

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Posted 11 December 2014 - 06:01 AM

The 2015 vs 2014 trade value chart is almost identical except from RD 6 down, which looses a solid point all the way down.  This tells me the draft isn't as deep this year and all the main value is in the top 5 RDs.  So UDFA's signings may not be as prevelent.  I can't find any info on the 2015 Harvard chart, but can't figure it to be much different either.

 

Round 1     Round 2    Round 3    Round 4    Round 5    Round 6    Round 7   Other

1 3000         33 580       65 265        97 112       129 43        161 27      193 14.2    225 1.9

2 2600         34 560       66 260        98 108       130 42        162 26.6   194 13.8    226 1.8

3 2200         35 550       67 255        99 104       131 41        163 26.2   195 13.4    227 1.7

4 1800         36 540       68 250       100 100      132 40        164 256.8   196 13     228 1.6

5 1700         37 530       69 245       101 96        133 39.5     165 25.4   197 12.6    229 1.5

6 1600         38 520       70 240       102 92        134 39        166 25      198 12.2    230 1.4

7 1500         39 510       71 235       103 88        135 38.5     167 24.6   199 11.8    231 1.3

8 1400         40 500       72 230       104 86        136 38        168 24.2   200 11.4    232 1.2

9 1350         41 490       73 225       105 84        137 37.5     169 23.8   201 11       233 1.1

10 1300       42 480       74 220       106 82        138 37        170 23.4   202 10.6    234 1

11 1250       43 470       75 215       107 80        139 36.5     171 23      203 10.2    235 0.9

12 1200       44 460       76 210       108 78        140 36        172 22.6   204 9.8      236 0.8

13 1150       45 450       77 205       109 76        141 35.5     173 22.2   205 9.4      237 0.7

14 1100       46 440       78 200       110 74        142 35        174 21.8   206 9         238 0.6

15 1050       47 430       79 195       111 72        143 34.5     175 21.4   207 8.6      239 0.5

16 1000       48 420       80 190       112 70        144 34        176 21      208 8.2      240 0.4

17 950         49 410       81 185       113 68        145 33.5     177 20.6   209 7.8      241 0.3

18 900         50 400       82 180       114 66        146 33        178 20.2   210 7.4      242 0.2

19 875         51 390       83 175       115 64        147 32.6     179 19.8   211 7         243 0.1

20 850         52 380       84 170       116 62        148 32.2     180 19.4   212 6.6      244 0.99

21 800         53 370       85 165       117 60        149 31.8     181 19      213 6.2      245 0.95

22 780         54 360       86 160       118 58        150 31.4     182 18.6   214 5.8      246 0.9

23 760         55 350       87 155       119 56        151 31        183 18.2   215 5.4      247 0.85

24 740         56 340       88 150       120 54        152 31.8     184 17.8   216 5         248 0.8

25 720         57 330       89 145       121 52        153 31.2     185 17.4   217 4.6      249 0.75

26 700         58 320       90 140       122 50        154 30.8     186 17      218 4.2      250 0.7

27 680         59 310       91 136       123 49        155 30.4     187 16.6   219 3.8      251 0.65

28 660         60 300       92 132       124 48        156 30        188 16.2   220 3.4      252 0.6

29 640         61 292       93 128       125 47        157 29.6     189 15.8   221 3         253 0.55

30 620         62 284       94 124       126 46        158 29.2     190 15.4   222 2.6      254 0.5

31 600         63 276       95 120       127 45        159 28.8     191 15      223 2.3      255 0.45

32 590         64 270       96 116       128 44        160 28.4     192 14.6   224 2         256 0.4

 

Not as deep maybe for some, but others it might be deeper then last years especially for the Cowboys. We needed d-line badly last year, and it was a weak draft so we lost out in the 1st round finding a guy and had to trade up to get Lawrence, but this year it might have plenty to choose from.






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