OK, so it's ridiculously early, but I figured that, given the way thigns have turned out so far, why the heck not? Seriously, though, the Patriots traded for the San Diego Chargers' second-round draft pick. The important point here is that, to maximize the value of this pick, we want either (A) SD to be the only team picking at its "level," or (B) to be the second-highest ranked team. (This is because draft picks cycle from round to round; if two or more teams finish at, say, 7-9, the team with the worst strength of schedule picks first in round 1, but then picks last among those teams in round 2.) If you need a refresher on how draft picks are ordered, I explain it in this thread. In any case, right now, here is the order of picks in round 2, as of the end of week 2: 33. Detroit (0-2, .516 SOS) 34. Jacksonville (0-2, .552) 35. Cincinnati (0-2, .552) 36. Kansas City (0-2, .563) 37. Miami (0-2, .567) 38. Minnesota (0-2, .581) 39-40. San Diego (0-2, .594) 39-40. St. Louis (0-2, .594) 41. Seattle (0-2, .625) 42. Cleveland (0-2, .655) 43. Houston (0-1, .419) [. . .] 59. New England (2-0, .469) Since all I need to do from here on out is enter the current records in my spreadsheet, I should be able to update this at least once every two weeks through week 10 or so, and then weekly thereafter.