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Mayot was talking about trading draft picks in the NFL and how each slot has a points value. he said teh 2nd would be worth about 2600 pts and the i forget exactly, maybe 17 is only worth 800 . Anyone have a link on the values? I would think it may apply to fantasy rookie rdafts for dynasty

 
Mayot was talking about trading draft picks in the NFL and how each slot has a points value. he said teh 2nd would be worth about 2600 pts and the i forget exactly, maybe 17 is only worth 800 . Anyone have a link on the values? I would think it may apply to fantasy rookie rdafts for dynasty
:confused: A chart? Yes

The chart used for the NFL draft? No.

 
Mayot was talking about trading draft picks in the NFL and how each slot has a points value.  he said teh 2nd would be worth about 2600 pts and the i forget exactly, maybe 17 is only worth 800 .  Anyone have a link on the values?  I would think it may apply to fantasy rookie rdafts for dynasty
:confused: A chart? Yes

The chart used for the NFL draft? No.
Actually, it has been stated by many ex-NFL GMs that several teams use this chart to determine draft pick value on draft day.
 
Mayot was talking about trading draft picks in the NFL and how each slot has a points value.  he said teh 2nd would be worth about 2600 pts and the i forget exactly, maybe 17 is only worth 800 .  Anyone have a link on the values?  I would think it may apply to fantasy rookie rdafts for dynasty
:confused: A chart? Yes

The chart used for the NFL draft? No.
Yes....did you read my post? Or the one above it?Actually, it has been stated by many ex-NFL GMs that several teams use this chart to determine draft pick value on draft day.
 
There is a big issue with these charts though. Let's say that the 10 best players were all "valued" at a score of 92? Moving up to at this charts value is suicide. Now if I am holding that number 1 pick, you can bet I use the chart :yes:

 
It sounds like he was refering to this chart:

http://www.nfldraftblitz.com/pick_value_chart.htm
Who? Mayot or Mayock? :hophead:
Well Pat Kirwan and Gil Brandt for starters. Both have stated on numerous ocassions that several NFL front offices use this chart on draft day.
Everyone knows pretty much every NFL team uses a pick value chart.What the original poster brought up was, could this chart be used for FF dynasty drafts, to which the answer is a resounding NO.

 
Every team uses a chart. There is no one single chart. And each year the chart changes depending on the draft. A deeper draft would have different values than a draft with just a few good players at the top. Each team creates their own chart every single year. So every season there are 32 new charts, each and every one of them a little bit different than the other. Really it's kind of a VBD sheet with names removed. Every draft position has a value assigned to it instead of assigning those values to other players. If a team feels that there are 13 impact players in a draft, then their 13th pick is going to have a much higher value than the 14th pick. If another team actually thinks that there are 14 impact players, then their 14th pick with have a higher value than the other team and their dropoff will occur at spot 15.

Any chart that you find on the internet is merely an example of what a chart would look like. As far as I know, nobody had ever gotten a hold of a real chart and posted it. If they did, some team out there would be very very very upset.

 

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