You know what, just the simple fact that so many people are debating this issue means the #1 pick DOES have significant value. Every league will have some people who value it like a 7th rounder in a startup, and some who will value it like a 3rd or 4th rounder. However, value is value. Value does not mean production.In this case, this year, since I have the #1 pick and I have a team that has a very good chance to compete, I have made up my mind to use that pick to try and trade it pretty much straight up for a player that I believe has a VERY high chance to produce well this year.Eric Decker is a nice example of that. If I could get Decker for the pick (which I can't) I would.Maybe in most other years I would stick with the pick. But this year, I am going with the philosophy of going after the more sure thing and take my chances that I am not giving up some future hall of fame fantasy stud. There WILL be some fantasy studs taken in this draft, but who are they?? And will you take them at pick #1???I am guessing I will not draft a fantasy stud at pick 1, so I am willing to trade it for a player of the same "perceived value" and take a shorter term perceived sure-thing production in a guy like Decker. Even guys like Andre Johnson and Roddy White (both of which I also can NOT get for pick 1 straight up in this league).