LINK "We're not saying that (lower-valued) player's better, but he's paid so much less that the team does better on him than they do on the top guy," he said. "It's not necessarily that players are overvalued or draft picks are overvalued, it's that high draft picks are overvalued relative to low draft picks." ======================================== I dont think this is anything new. Teams that have low first round picks year after year dont get knocked down by having less talent; they just get beat by the salary cap, and free agency. It seems to me that players from a SB team, get picked apart by free agency (other teams wanting to pay too much for one of their players) and the cap. Any thoughts?