Thread: Ideal Scenarios
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Old 02-07-2014   #127
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Default Re: Ideal Scenarios

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Originally Posted by Marshall View Post
OK! The entire 2014 Draft by the Texans totals 4041 TVP (trade value points):
A 2015 First round pick (usually discounted to the value of a 2014 second) using the 16th pick as average would be 420 TVP.

While an unrealistic fantasy trade ensues, would you do it?

9 - 2015 First round picks @ 420 TVP = 3780 TVP
3-1 2014 pick at 265 TVP
Total = 4045 TVP

I worked out the scenario for:
Rams
Jaguars
Browns
Raiders
Falcons
Buccaneers

but the Vikings, Bills and Lions requires a little more manipulation to trade our 2014 (by this time) #1-7 for future #1s.

Along with our own #1, we would have 10 first round picks in 2015.

Thoughts?
to clarify, we only have the ten picks & nothing later rounds? Also, are any future years impacted? edit: I think it helps knowing which picks we have in 2014 as any 2015 selection will place another year before player is probably ready.
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