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Old 02-08-2013   #1
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Default Top 10 & Market Value

Cool write up on top 10 draft Value

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Usually a term relegated to common stocks, equities, and commodities, “market value” has also been used to keep certain positions out of the Top 10 of the annual NFL Draft. No matter how valuable the player might be on the field, his “market value” as an offensive guard, or nose tackle, or fullback, or offensive center just didn’t justify selecting him with a coveted Top 10 pick. Opportunity cost for passing on a quarterback, running back, wide receiver, or defensive corner was way too high to be contemplating an interior offensive lineman at #2, or #5, or even #9.
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