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Theoretical trade values according to "The Chart"

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  1. ctpatsfan77

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    Figured I'd put this out there for reference:

    #23 = 760
    #34 = 560
    #47 = 430
    #58 = 320
    #89 = 145
    #97 = untradeable
    #124 = 54 [Because it's the 120th pick, not counting comp picks that can't be traded.]

    All other picks are <25.

    So, according to "The Chart" . . .

    #23 + #34 = #10
    #23 + #47 = #12
    #23 + #58 = #14/15
    #23 + #89 = #18
    #23 + #124 = #21

    #34 + #47 = #16
    #34 + #58 = #19
    #34 + #89 = #26
    #34 + #124 = #31

    #47 + #58 = #23
    #47 + #89 = #33
    #47 + #124 = #42

    #58 + #89 = #43/44
    #58 + #124 = #49

    #89 + #124 = #79/80
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  2. Feep50

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    BB has so many options available to trade up/down to where he wants to go..... Nice to have 4 picks in the first 58 and ammo later on... I have a good feeling about packaging #58 and @124 to move up.
    I like-eeee :cool:
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  3. bucky

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    Interesting that 47+58 = 23.

    I could certainly see them moving into the 12-18 range if a Mayo-type prospect is sitting there.

    I just can't fathom of who that would be though. I really don't think it would be any offensive skilled player or DE/OLB tweener and I don't think they would do that for an OL. So that leaves Jekins (doubted), one of the USC LBs (seriously doubted), or Tyson Jackson.

    And based on history, BB seems to like the early 20s, so he probably won't move much from either 23 or 34. That's my gut feeling.
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    good math. #34 and pretty much any pick gets us back into the 1st round. Let's do it for a #1 next year.
  5. CanadianPat'sFan

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    I am on board for that trade big time and maybe BB will be also.

    Good job ctpatsfan77 that was a great way to break it down for us and makes us think of the possibilities:D:D.
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    Thanks for doing the math and it certainly looks like just about anything is possible (even trading into top 10 - but seeing how BB traded down from spot # 7 last year - not too likely).

    Basically - we Pats fans always wonder how NE values different players as there always seems to be some surprises each year with the players picked. And we wonder "what if" so and so player was available at the time Pats were on the clock. Well folks - guess what. With all that ammunition available - 11 picks with many of them in the first 3 rounds (and BB has stated that very unlikely that 11 rookies make the team) - that means that basically Pats on the clock every pick. 'Cause the Pats easily have the ammo to move up into any spot (though probably not willing to go into top 10).

    So this year you can be sure that the players chosen were the ones the Pats really coveted. Not just what was left over at the 'bottom of the barrel'. And when I say bottom of barrel I mean in fact literally as most years NE is picking toward the bottom of each round.

    Enjoy the draft folks - cause we will be seeing practially all of the first day picks being real 'Patriot' type players. :)
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