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Old 02-15-2014   #8
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Default Re: Trade Partners Wanted

This chart doesn't make any more sense than the old chart. If Cleveland wanted to swap first round picks with the Texans, this chart says all they should offer is their 3-71; and we all know this trade will never happen.

If Minnesota wanted to move up from #8, all they should offer is their 2-40 plus a 7th.

Perhaps this is why trading out of the 1-1 pick so seldom happens. The perceived value of the 1-1 pick is higher than the actuary chart says it is worth.
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