NFL Trade Chart Documentation

 

Goals

The purpose of this study was two-fold; to create a more usable and accurate trade value chart for the NFL Draft and to examine the long standing assumption that a draft pick from a future draft  should be valued at the same position in the round as the pick surrendered, but discounted one year for each year in the future.  This I refer to as “The NFL Discounting Rule.”  For example, if a team trades the 3rd pick in the 3rd round for a future pick, the future pick received should be a 2nd round pick in the next draft.  For the purposes of the trade, the future pick should be valued at the same position (3rd pick in the round) one round later – the third round. 

A new trade chart was necessary because the old chart was done decades ago in times in which there were fewer teams, fewer picks, and thus, less maneuverability.  Compensatory picks were not tradable.  The old chart is out of date.  Secondly the old chart is too hard to use.  Once you get to the 3rd round it gives no guidance at all because there is so little difference in value between picks.  If a trade is off by 10 points, that is a 6th round pick.    

Assumptions and Guidelines

First and foremost, I realized that there is no one perfect trade chart that fits every trade every year.  Each Draft is different.  Talent levels are different, depth of talent is different, and breaks in talent occur in different places.  Each draft is unique.  Best I could do was calculate an average value over time.

The draft is not a perfect market.  The number and quality of players is limited, draft capital is limited, and time is limited.  Unlike the stock market in which there are hundreds of millions of identical shares of stock and millions of buyers and sellers to determine prices, the draft only has 32 buyers and sellers, each with limited capital, and each player is unique.  Even if buyer and seller agree on the value of the pick, the buyer ay not have the right collection of picks to exactly make the price and the seller may not have correct change.  As a result, there are going to be trades that just don’t fit.  The goal would be to minimize these trades, acknowledge them, and let them go if they did not fit within the flow of trades for the surrounding picks.

The source of the trade information was ProTransactions.com which I found to be the most complete source.  If there was any uncertainty, confirmation was sought at NFL.com and/or ESPN.com

Methodology

Within a single EXCEL work book a separate trade value chart was created for each year valuing the 1st pick at 10,000 points and the last pick at less than 10.  In four of the years, the value of the 1st pick had to be elevated above 10,000 due to large complex trades at the top of the draft.  In 1997, the first pick was valued below 10,000 because the Rams gave up less to move to #1 than the Raiders to move to #2.  Overall, the 1st pick averaged 10,265 points, so the average value of every pick was multiplied by 10000/10265 to bring pick #1 back to 10,000 while preserving the relative value of all picks.  On the first worksheet of the workbook, the average value for each pick was calculated creating the Composite Trade Chart.

Compensatory picks were assigned value even in years in which they were not tradable because every pick that can be used to select a player has value.  Depending on the distribution of compensatory picks the value of the first pick in rounds 4 through 7 can differ greatly.  Even though the picks were not tradable, they still held place holding value.

The concept of bonus points for extra picks was introduced.  In a normal trade, two pick are swapped and a third pick (Compensation Pick) goes from the team moving up to the team moving down.  In trades in which more than one compensation pick was exchanged,  bonus points were assigned to the extra compensation pick(s).  The lowest compensation pick was assumed to be the bonus pick and was assigned an additional 100 points if it was in rounds 1-3 regardless of year, and 50 points if it was in rounds 4-7.  In a four for two trade, the assumption was two sets of swapped picks, and two compensation picks, the lowest of which would be assigned bonus points.  The concept is that in receiving the extra pick(s), a team not only has increased draft capital in a limited market, but also has increased maneuverability.

Only trades that were pick(s) for pick(s) were used with three exceptions because valuing the players added too much subjectivity to valuing trades.  The three exceptions were the 2004 Manning/Rivers trade in which I just assumed it was pick #1 for pick #4; the 1998 AZ/SD trade for #1 which included two players at the end of their careers; and the NO/OAK trade for #2 in 97.  In the latter two cases, minimal or no value was assigned to the players, but they were treated as day three picks for the purpose of calculating bonus points.   Some major trades involving players are shown below only to show deduce the value of the player from the table.

Flat sections, or a series of picks of equal value, and sharp drop-offs in value were allowed in the individual year trade charts to balance trades.  The assumption being that they would occur in different places in the chart in different years and overall balance out which proved to be the case. 

Traded picks were valued first to balance the trades.  Values of the other picks were determined by calculating the difference in value between traded picks and dividing by the number of steps between them.  Thus, if the value difference was 50 points between pick 5 and 10 in the round, the interim picks were valued at 10-point differences.  If the difference was 52 points, the first two differences would be 11 points and the remaining 3 would be 10 points.   

Future picks were valued at the midpoint between pick 16 and 17 in the round discounted one round for each year in the future (“Discounted Midpoint Value”).  My review of future picks traded showed sufficient randomness that the midpoint in the round seemed as good as any assumption.  Thus, a 2021 3rd round pick traded in the 2020 draft would be valued at the midpoint between picks 4-16 and 4-17 in the 2020 draft.  No attempt was made to balance straight-up trades of a future pick for a current pick as long as they followed the general discounting principle.  Complex trades involving 4 or more picks and including a future pick were balanced using discounted midpoint value for the future pick because they had sufficient maneuverability to balance.

Results

Valuation of Future Picks – 129 future picks were traded and used during the period.  The average move was 10 spots with the up moves almost canceling out the down moves for a net change of (-1) spot.  So, if a team traded pick 3-15 in year 1 for a 2nd round pick in year 2, on average they received 2-5 or 2-25!  In 28 instances (22.4%) the pick received was 16 or more spots away.  Only 7 trades (5.6%) resulted in the future pick being in the same spot as the pick traded away.  Based on this analysis, I concluded that the process was sufficiently random that assuming discounted midpoint value was appropriate.  Of interest, the biggest sellers of future picks were the Saints (12) and Chargers (11), while the biggest buyers were the Patriots (20), Eagles (16), 49ers (12) and Browns (11).

Yearly Trade Tables – 569 trades were used in the construction of the individual trade tables.  All the yearly tables ended up with flat spots and sharp drop-offs necessary to balance trades.  A trade was considered balanced if it the difference in values on each side of the trade was five points or less.  Only 24 trades (4.2%) could not be fit within the tables.  The full list of trades with balancing calculations can be found below.

Composite Trade Chart – The composite trade chart showed remarkably good flow with the flat spots and sharp drop-offs in the yearly charts canceling out well.  No attempt at smoothing was made.  The chart is currently formatted for the 2020 draft and will be reformatted once the compensatory picks are announced.

 

Trades by Year

Values shown are from the individual trade chart for the year of the trade.

 

 2021                             For the 2021 trade table click here:  www.NFLDraftShark.com/2021.htm

 

1.      Miami traded their 1st round pick (#3) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 1st round pick (#12),  2022 1st round pick and 3rd round Diversity Comp pick, and 2023 1st round pick.

8421 vs. 5676 + 1735 + 676 + 134* + 200 Bonus points = 8421

*2022 3rd round diversity comp pick was valued as a mid-4th round comp pick.

 

2.      Philadelphia traded their 1st round pick (#6) and 5th round pick (#156) to Miami for their 1st round pick (#12), 4th round pick (#123) and 2022 1st round pick.

7536 +105 = 7641 vs. 5676 +230 + 1735 = 7641

3.      Dallas traded their 1st round pick (#10) to Philadelphia for the Eagles’ 1st round pick (#12) and 3rd round pick (#84).

6314 vs. 5676 + 638 = 6314

4.      New York Giants traded their 1st round pick (#11) to the Chicago for the Bears’ 1st round pick (#20), 5th round pick (#164), and 2022 1st and 4th round picks.

5995 vs. 3973 +92 + 1735 + 95 + 100 Bonus points = 5995

5.      Minnesota traded their 1st round pick (#14) and their 4th round pick (#143) to the NY Jets for the Jets’ 1st round pick (#23) and 3rd round picks (#66) and (#86).

4990 +133 = 5123 vs. 3578 + 946 + 599 = 5123

6.      Atlanta traded their 2nd round pick (#35) and 6th round pick (#219) to Denver for the Broncos’ 2nd round pick (#40) and 4th round pick (#114).

2437 + 25 = 2462 vs. 2160 + 302 =2462

7.      Cincinnati traded their 2nd round pick (#38) to New England for the Patriots’ 2nd round pick (#46), 4th round picks (#122) and (#139).

2273 vs. 1824 + 255 + 144 + 50 Bonus points = 2273

8.      The NY Giants traded their 2nd round pick (#42) to Miami for the Dolphins 2nd round pick (#50) and their 2022 3rd round pick.

1990 vs. 1735 + 255 = 1990

9.      San Francisco traded their 2nd round pick (#43) to Las Vegas for the Raiders’ 2nd round pick (#48) and 4th round pick (#121).

1990 vs. 1735 +255 =1990

Note that trades 8 and 9 are what I call “housed trades” – two trades with the picks exchanged in trade 9 within the picks exchanged in trade 8.  Since both trades received the same compensation, the only way to make it work is to value picks 42 and 43 the same and picks 121 and the 2022 Round 3 pick the same.

10.  Carolina traded their 2nd round pick (#52) and 4th round pick (#113) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 2nd round pick (#59) and 3rd round pick (#89).

1481 + 306 = 1787 vs. 1220 +567 = 1787

11.  Philadelphia traded their 3rd round pick (#70) to Carolina for the Panthers 3rd round pick (#73) and 6th round pick (#191)

859 vs. 805 + 54 = 859

12.  Denver traded their 3rd round pick (#71) to the NY Giants for the Giants’ 3rd round pick (#76) and 5th round pick (#164).

846 vs. 754 + 92 = 846

13.  Denver traded their 3rd round pick (#76) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 3rd round picks (#98) and (#105).

754 vs. 415 +339 = 754

14.  Tennessee traded their 3rd round pick (#85) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 3rd round pick (#92) and 4th round pick (#135)

627 vs. 455 +172 = 627

15.  LA Rams traded their 3rd round pick (#88) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 4th round picks (#117) and (121).

567 vs. 299 + 268 = 567

16.  Carolina traded their 3rd round pick (#89) to Houston for the Texans’ 4th round pick (#108), 5th round pick (#166), and 7th round pick (#232).

567 vs. 325 + 97 +95 +50 Bonus points = 567

17.  Carolina traded their 4th round pick (#109) to Tennessee for the Titans 4th round pick (#126), 5th round pick (#166), and a 2022 4th round pick.

325 vs. 185 + 80 + 10 +50  Bonus points = 325

18.  Cleveland traded their 4th round pick (#113) and 7th round pick (#257) to Detroit for the Lions’ 5th round pick (#153) and 2022 4th round pick.

306 +1 = 307  vs. 111 + 95 = 206

No way to make this one work.  A high 4th round pick and late 7th round pick should not be worth the equivalent of two mid-5th round picks.

19.  LA Rams traded their 4th round pick (#121) and 6th round pick (#209) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ 4th round pick (#130), 5th round pick (#170) and 7th round pick (#249)

268 + 25 = 293 vs. 185 + 80 + 10 = 275

20.  Seattle traded their 4th round pick (#129) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 4th round pick (#137) and 6th round pick (#217).

185 vs. 160 + 25 = 185

21.  Baltimore traded their 4th round pick (#136) and 6th round pick (#210) to Arizona for the Cardinals’ 5th round pick (#160) and a 2022 4th round pick

165 + 25 = 190 vs. 95 + 95 = 190

22.  NY Jets traded their 4th round pick (#143) to Las Vegas for the Raiders’ 5th round pick (#162) and 6th round pick (#200).

133 vs. 92 + 41 = 133

23.  Miami traded their 5th round pick ( #156) to Pittsburgh for the Steelers’ 2022 4th round pick.

105  vs. 95

This trade follows the NFL discounting rule.

24.  The NY Jets traded their 5th round pick (#162) and 6th round pick (#226) to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ 5th round pick (#175) and 6th round pick (#207).

92 + 16 = 108 vs. 70 + 38 = 108

25.  Buffalo traded their 5th round pick (#174) to Houston for the Texans’ 6th round picks (#203) and (#212)

70 vs. 41 + 25 = 66

26.  Houston traded their 5th round pick (#170) to the LA Rams for the Rams’ 5th round pick (#174) and 7th round pick (#233).

80 vs. 70 + 10 = 80

27.  Indianapolis traded their 6th round pick (#206) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 6th round pick (#218) and 7th round pick (#229)

38 vs. 25 + 13 = 38

28.  Chicago traded their 6th round pick (#208) to Seattle for the Colts’ 6th round pick (#218) and 7th round pick (#250).

30 vs. 25 + 5 = 30

29.  Philadelphia traded their 6th round pick (#225) and 7th round pick (#240) to Washington for the Football Teams’ 2022 5th round pick.

25 + 10 =35 vs. 41

This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

 

2020                              For the 2020 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2020.htm

 

1.      San Francisco traded their 1st round pick (#13) and 7th round pick (#245) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 1st round pick (#14) and 4th round pick (#117)

5159 + 8 = 5167 vs. 4932 + 235 = 5167

2.      New England traded their 1st round pick (#23) to San Diego for the Patriots’ 2nd round pick (#37) and 3rd round pick (#71)

3365 vs. 2523 + 842 = 3365

3.      Minnesota traded its 1st round pick (#25) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 1st round pick (#31), 4th round pick (#117), and 5th round pick (#176)

3255 vs. 2900 + 235 + 70 + 50 Bonus = 3255

4.      Miami traded its 1st round pick (#26) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 1st round pick (#30) and 4th round pick (#136)

3151 vs. 3000 +151 = 3153

5.      Cleveland traded its 2nd round pick (#41) to Indianapolis for the Colts’ 2nd round pick (#44) and 5th round pick (#160)

2139 vs. 2029 + 110 = 2139

6.      NY Jets trade their 2nd round pick (#48) to Settle for the Seahawks’ 2nd round pick (#59) and 3rd round pick (#101)

1702 vs. 1249 + 453 = 1702

7.      Baltimore traded their 2nd round pick (#60) and 4th round pick (#129) to New England for the Patriots 3rd round picks (#71) and (#98)

1158 + 180 = 1338 vs. 842 + 496 = 1338

8.      Seattle traded their 2nd round pick (#64) to Carolina for the Panthers 3rd round pick (#69) and 4th round pick (#148)

975 vs. 852+ 123 = 975

9.      Cleveland traded their 3rd round pick (#74) and 7th round pick (#244) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 3rd round pick (#78) and 2021 3rd round pick

810 + 9 = 819 vs. 610 + 209 = 819

10.  Indianapolis traded their 3rd round pick (#75) and 6th round pick (#197) to Detroit for the Lions’3rd round pick (#85), 5th round pick (#149), and 6th round pick (#182)

742 + 45 = 787 vs.  602 + 120 + 65 = 787

11.  Las Vegas traded their 3rd round pick (#91) and 5th round pick (#159) to New England for the Patriots’ 3rd round pick (#100), 4th round pick (#139) and 5th round pick (#172)

586 + 111 = 697 vs. 466 + 148 + 83 = 697

12.  NY Jets traded their 3rd round pick (#101) to New England for the Patriots’ 4th round picks (#125) and (#129), and a 2021 6th round pick

453 vs. 208 + 180 + 15 + 50 Bonus = 453

13.  Minnesota traded their 3rd round pick (#105) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 4th round pick (#130), 5th round pick (#169), 6th round pick (#203) and 7th round pick (#244)

410 vs. 176 + 86 + 39 + 9 + 100 Bonus = 410

14.  Detroit traded its 4th round pick (#109) to Las Vegas for the Raiders 4th round pick (#121) and 5th round pick (#172)

303 vs. 220 + 83 = 303

15.  Houston traded their 4th round pick (#111) to Miami for the Dolphins 4th round picks (#136) and (#141)

297 vs. 151 + 146 = 297

16.  LA Rams traded their 4th round pick (#126) to Houston for the Texans’ 4th round pick (#136), and 7th round picks (#248) and (#250)

207 vs. 151 + 4 + 2 + 50 Bonus = 207

17.  Philadelphia traded their 4th round pick (#146) to Dallas for the Cowboys 5th round pick (#164) and 2021 5th round pick

144 vs. 98 + 46 = 144

18.  Minnesota traded their 5th round pick (#155) to Chicago for the Bears’ 2021 4th round pick

115 vs. 103  This trade follows the NFL discount rule

19.  Philadelphia traded their 5th round pick (#164) to Miami for the Dolphins 5th round pick (#173) and 7th round pick (#227)

98 vs. 79 + 19 = 98

20.  Philadelphia traded their 5th round pick (#173) and 7th round pick (#227) to Chicago for the Bears’ 6th round picks (#196) and (#200) and 7th round pick (#233)

79 + 19 = 98 vs. 46 + 42 + 14 = 102

21.  Indianapolis traded their 6th round pick (#182) to New England for the Patriots’ 6th round picks (#212) and (#213)

65 vs. 33 + 32 = 65

22.  Minnesota traded their 6th round pick (#201) and 7th round pick (#219) to Baltimore for the Ravens 7th round pick (#225) and a 2021 5th round pick

41 + 26 = 67 vs. 21 + 46 = 67

23.  Tennessee traded their 7th round pick (#237) to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ 2021 6th round pick

12 vs. 15   This trade follows the NFL Discount Rule

24.  Houston  traded their 7th round pick (#240) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 2021 6th round pick

10 vs. 15   This Trade follows the NFL Discount Rule

25.  Miami  traded their 7th round pick (#251) to New Seattle for the Seahawks’ 2021 6th round pick

2 vs. 15  This Trade follows the NFL Discount Rule

Trades involving Players 

 

1.      San Francisco traded their 5th round pick (#156) and a 2021 Round 3 pick to Washington for Trent Williams

114 +208 = 322  values Williams at pick #108

2.      Philadelphia traded their 6th round pick (#190) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 6th round pick (#210) and WR Marquise Goodwin

                        51 vs 35 + 16  Values Goodwin at pick #229

2019                    For the 2019 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2019.htm

1.      Denver traded its 1st round pick (#10) to Pittsburgh for its 1st round pick (#20), 2nd round pick (#52) and a 2020 R3 pick

5808 vs. 3724 + 1750 + 234 +100 Bonus = 5808

2.      Seattle traded its 1st round pick (#21) to Green Bay for the Packers 1st round pick (#30), and 2 fourth round picks (#114) and (#118)

3445 vs. 2889 + 272 + 234 + 50 Bonus = 3445

3.      Baltimore traded its 1st round pick (#22) to Philadelphia for the Eagles 1st round pick (#25), 4th round pick (#127) and 6th round pick (#197)

3300 vs. 3009 + 190 + 51 + 50 Bonus = 3300

4.      Indianapolis traded its 1st round pick #26 to Washington for the Redskins 2nd round pick (#46) and a 2020 2nd round pick

2906 vs. 1925 + 651 = 2576

This trade was ignored because there is no way the #26 pick can be balanced by a 2nd round pick and a future mid round 2nd (equals mid round 3).  Indy took a chance Washington would be drafting very high in 2020 (true) and that the 2020 draft would be loaded (true).  I tried to make it work on the chart but it just threw everything else out of whack.

5.      Seattle traded their newly acquired 1st round pick (#30) to the NY Giants for the Giants 2nd round pick (#37),  4th round pick (#132), and 5th round pick (#142)

2891 vs 2523 + 170 + 148 + 50 Bonus = 2891

6.      The LA Rams traded their 1st round pick (#31) and their 6th round pick (#203) to Atlanta for the Falcon’s 2nd round pick (#45), and 3rd round pick (#79)

2640 +41 = 2681 vs. 2006 +675 = 2681

7.      Oakland traded their 2nd round pick (#35), 5th round pick (#140), and 7th round pick (#235) to Jacksonville for the Jags 2nd round pick (#38) and 4th round pick (#109)

2580 + 150 + 17 = 2747 vs. 2412 + 335 = 2745

8.      Seattle traded its 2nd round pick (#37) to Carolina for the Panthers 2nd round pick (#47) and 3rd round pick (#77)

2523 vs. 1848 + 675 = 2523

9.      Oakland traded their 2nd round pick (#38) to Buffalo for the Bill’s 2nd round pick (#40) and 5th round pick (#158)

2412 vs. 2310 + 102 = 2412

10.  Cincinnati trade their 2nd round pick (#42) to Denver for the Broncos 2nd round pick (#52), 4th round pick (#125), and 6th round pick (#182)

2068 vs. 1750 + 198 + 70 + 50 bonus = 2068

11.  The LA Rams traded their 2nd round pick (#45) to New England for the Patriots 2nd round pick (#56) and 3rd round pick (#101)

2006 vs. 1622 + 384 = 2006

12.  Indianapolis traded their 2nd round pick (#46) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 2nd round pick( and (#49), and 5th round pick (#144)

1925 vs. 1779 + 146 = 1925

13.  Miami traded their 2nd round pick (#48) and 4th round pick (#116) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 2nd round pick (#62), 6th round pick (#202), and a 2020 2nd round pick

1813 + 256 = 2049 vs. 1353 + 42 + 654 = 2049

14.  LA Rams traded their 2nd round pick (#56) to KC for the Chiefs’ 2nd round pick (#61) and 5th round pick (#167)

1622 vs. 1533 +89 = 1622

15.  New England traded their 2nd round pick  (#64) to Seattle for the Seahawks’ 3rd round pick (#77) and 4th round pick (#118)

       909 vs. 675 + 234 = 909

16.  Tampa Bay traded their 3rd round pick (#70) to the LA Rams for the Rams’ third round picks (#94) and (#99)

870 vs. 464 + 406 = 870

17.  New England traded their 3rd round pick (#73) and 6th round pick (#205) to Chicago for the Bears’ 3rd round pick (#87), 5th round pick (#162) and 2020 4th round pick

792 + 40 = 832 vs. 613 + 98 + 121 = 832

18.  Minnesota traded their 3rd round pick (#81) to Detroit for the Lions’ 3rd round pick (#88) and 6th round pick (#204)

650 vs. 610 + 40 = 650

19.  Minnesota traded their 3rd round pick (#88) and 6th round pick (#209) to Seattle for the Seahawks’ 3rd round pick (#92) and 5th round pick (#159)

610 + 38 = 648 vs. 547 + 101 = 648

20.  Minnesota traded their 3rd round pick (#92) to the NY Jets for the Jets’ 3rd round pick (#93) and 7th round pick (#217)

547 vs. 524 + 23 =547

21.  Minnesota traded their 3rd round pick (#93) to Baltimore for the Ravens’ third round pick (#102), and 6th round picks (#191) and (#193)

524 vs. 367 + 54 + 53 + 50 Bonus = 524

22.  Washington traded their 3rd round pick (#96) to Buffalo for the Bills’ 4th round picks (#112 and #131)

455 vs. 285 + 170 = 455

23.  New England traded their 3rd round pick (#97) and 5th round pick (#162) to the LA Rams for the Rams’ 3rd round pick (#101) and 4th round pick (#133)

453+ 98 = 551 vs. 384 + 167 = 551

24.  San Francisco traded their 4th round pick (#104) to Cincinnati for the Bengals’ 4th round pick (#110), 6th round pick (#183 and #198)

367 vs. 293 + 69 + 49 + 50 = 461

According to NFL.com (#198) was not part of the trade.  In that case the numbers work.  I have since verified that is was, and now it no longer can be fit in because all of the picks are tied to picks in Round 2 that were traded multiple times.  Another case of a team overpaying for a QB (Ryan Finley).

25.  NY Jets traded their 4th round pick (#105) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 4th round pick (#116) and 5th round pick (#168)

345 vs.256 +89 = 345

26.  Oakland traded their 4th round pick (#109) to Indianapolis for the Colts’ 4th round picks (#129) and (#135)

335 vs. 175 + 160= 335

27.  Detroit traded their 4th round pick (#111) to Atlanta for the Falcons’ 4th round pick (#117) and 6th round pick (#186)

293 vs. 235 + 58 = 293

28.  Seattle traded their 4th round pick (#114) to Minnesota for the Vikings 4th round pick (#120) and 6th round pick (#204)

272 vs. 232 + 40 = 272

29.  NY Jets traded their 4th round pick (#116) and their 5th round pick (#168) to Tennessee for the Titans’ 4th round pick (#121) and 5th round pick (#157)

256 + 89 = 345 vs. 225 +120 = 345

30.  New England traded their 4th round pick (#134) and 7th round pick (#243) to the LA Rams for the Rams’ 5th round picks (#162) and (#167)

167 +17 = 184 vs. 98 + 89 =187

31.  Oakland traded their 4th round pick (#135) to Atlanta for the Falcons’ 4th round pick (#137) and 7th round pick (#230)

160 vs. 155 + 17 = 172

32.  Dallas traded their 4th round pick (#136) to Cincinnati for the Bengals’ 5th round pick (#149) and 6th round pick (#213)

157 vs. 124 + 33 = 157

33.  Dallas traded their 5th round pick (#149) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 5th round pick (#158) and 7th round pick (#218)

124 vs. 102 + 22= 124

34.  Minnesota traded their 5th round pick (#159) to New England for the Patriots’  5th round pick (#162) and 7th round pick (#239)

101 vs. 98 + 17 = 115

35.   Philadelphia traded their 5th round pick (#163) to New England for the Patriots 5th round pick (#167) and 7th round pick (#246)

93 vs. 89 + 4 = 93

36.  Carolina traded their 6th round pick (#187) to Denver for the Broncos’ sixth round pick (#212) and 7th round pick (#237)

57 vs. 36 + 17 = 53

37.  Jacksonville traded their 7th round pick (#236) to Seattle for a 2020 6th round pick

17 vs. 17

This trade follows the NFL discounting rule.

            Trades involving Players 

1.      Arizona traded Josh Rosen to Miami for the Dolphins 2nd round pick (#62) and a 2020 5th round pick

Rosen = 1309 + 55 = 1364 = Pick (#62)

2.      San Francisco traded Dekoda Watson and their 6th round pick (#212) to Denver for the Broncos’ 5th round pick (#148)

Watson = 126 – 36 = 90 = pick (#166)

2018         For the 2018 trade table click here:      www.NFLDraftShark.com/2018.htm

1.      Indianapolis traded their 1st round pick (#3) to the New York Jets for the Jets’ 1st round pick (#6), 2nd round picks (#37 and #49) and a 2019 2nd round pick

13574 vs. 8617 + 2250 + 1839 + 668 + 200 Bonus  = 13574

2.      Tampa Bay traded their 1st round pick (#7) and 7th round pick (#255) to Buffalo for the Bills’ 1st round pick (#12)and 2nd round picks (#53) and (#56)

8577 + 22 = 8599 vs. 5499 + 1620 + 1480 = 8599

3.      Oakland traded their 1st round pick (#10) to Arizona for the Cardinals 1st round pick (#15), 3d round pick (#79) and 5th round pick (#152)

5959 vs. 5087 + 698 + 124 + 50 bonus = 5959

4.      Green Bay traded their 1st round pick (#14) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 1st round pick (#27), 5th round pick (#147) and a 2019 1st round pick.

5415 vs. 3361 + 140 + 1864 + 50  bonus = 5415

5.      Baltimore traded their 1st round pick (#16) and 5th round pick (#154) to Buffalo for the Bills’ 1st round pick (#22) and 3rd round pick (#65)

4915 + 114 = 5029 vs. 4057 + 972 = 5029

6.      Seattle traded its’ 1st round pick (#18) and 7th round pick (#248) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 1st round pick (#27), 3rd round pick (#76), and 6th round pick (#186)

4130 + 22 = 4152 vs. 3361 + 726 + 65 = 4152

7.      Baltimore traded its 1st round pick (#22) and 6th round pick (#215) to Tennessee for the Titans’ 1st round pick (#25) and 4th round pick (#125)

4057 + 30 = 4087 vs. 3877 + 210 = 4087

8.      Philadelphia traded their 1st round pick (#32) and 4th round pick (#132) to Baltimore for their 2nd round pick (#52), 4th round pick (#125) and a 2019 2nd round pick

2433+ 200 = 2633 vs. 1755 + 210 + 668 = 2633

9.      Oakland traded their 2nd round pick (#41) to Tennessee for the Titans’ 2nd round pick (#57) and 3rd round pick (#89)

2000 vs. 1470 + 530 = 2000

10.  New England traded their 2nd round pick (#43) to Detroit for the Lions’ 2nd round pick (#51) and 4th round pick (#117)

2000 vs. 1756 + 244 = 2000

11.  Washington traded their 2nd round pick (#44) and 5th round pick (#142) to San Francisco for their 2nd round pick (#59) and 3rd round pick (#74)

1965 + 152 = 2117 vs. 1342 + 775 = 2117

12.  Cincinnati traded their 2nd round pick (#46) and 3rd round pick (#100) to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ 2nd round pick (#54) and 3rd round pick  (#78)

1896 + 410 = 2306 vs. 1600 +706 = 230

13.  Indianapolis traded their 2nd round pick (#49) to Philadelphia for the Eagles 2nd round pick (#52) and 5th round pick (#169)

1839 vs. 1755 + 84 = 1839

14.  New England traded their 2nd round pick (#51) to Chicago for the Bears’ 4th round pick (#105) and a 2019 2nd round pick.

1756 vs. 353 + 668 = 1021  There is simply no way to make this one work.  A 2nd round pick is worth a 1st round pick the following year.  New England gambled that the Bears would be drafting high in 2019 but lost their bet earning pick #59 (2-27)

15.  Tampa Bay traded their 2nd round pick (#56) to New England for the Patriots’ 2nd round pick (#63) and 4th round pick (#117)

1480 vs. 1236 + 244 = 1480

16.  Cleveland traded their 2nd round pick (#64) to Indianapolis for the Colts’ 3rd round pick (#67) and 6th round pick (#178)

1000 vs. 928 + 72 = 1000

17.  Baltimore traded its 3rd round pick (#65) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 3rd round pick (#75), 5th round pick (#152) and 6th round pick (#212)

972 vs. 768 +124 + 30 + 50 bonus = 972

18.  Baltimore traded its 3rd round pick (#75) to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ 3rd round pick (#86) and 4th round pick (#122)

768 vs. 558 + 210 =768

19.  Seattle traded its 3rd round pick (#76) to Pittsburgh for the Steelers 3rd round pick (#79) and 7th round pick (#220)

726 vs. 698 + 28 = 726

20.  LA Rams traded their 3rd round pick (#87) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 3rd round pick (#89) and 6th round pick (#217)

558 vs. 530 + 28 = 558

21.  Carolina traded their 3rd round pick (#88) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 4th round pick (#101) and 5th round pick (#147)

550 vs. 410 + 140 = 550

22.  Minnesota traded their 3rd round pick (# 94) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 4th round pick (#102) and 6th round pick (#180)

450 vs. 381 + 69 = 450

23.  New England traded their 4th round pick (#105) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 4th round pick (#114) and 6th round pick (#178)

353 vs. 281 + 72 = 353

24.  New England traded their 4th round pick (#114) to Detroit for the Lions’ 2019 3rd round pick

281 vs. 250  This trade follows the NFL Discount Rule

25.  LA Rams traded their 4th round pick (#136) to Carolina for the Panthers 4th round pick (#147) and 6th round pick (#197)

186 vs. 140 + 46 = 186

26.  Indianapolis traded their 5th round pick (#140) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 5th round pick (#159) and 6th round pick (#185)

160 vs. 95 + 65 = 160

27.  Denver traded their 5th round pick (#149) to Seattle for the Seahawks 5th round pick (#156) and 7th round pick (#226)

130 vs. 108 + 22 = 130

28.  Baltimore traded their 5th round pick (#152) to Tennessee for the Titans’ 5th round pick (#162) and 6th round pick (#215)

124  vs. 94 + 30 = 124

29.  NY Jets traded their 5th round pick (#157) to Minnesota for the Vikings 5th round pick (#167) and 7th round pick (#225)

108 vs. 84 + 24 = 108

30.  Denver traded their 5th round pick (#160) to the LA Rams for the Rams 6th round picks (#183 and #217)

95 vs. 67 + 28 = 95

31.  NY Jets traded their 5th round pick (#167) and 7th round pick (#225) to Minnesota for the Vikings 6th round picks (#180 and #204)

84 + 24 = 108 vs. 69 + 39 = 108

32.  LA Rams traded their 6th round pick (#194) to Atlanta for the Falcons’ 7th round picks (#244 and #256)

52 vs. 22 + 22 = 44

33.  LA Rams traded their 6th round pick (#197) and 7th round pick (#256) to Washington for the Redskins’ sixth round pick (#205) and 7th round pick (#231)

49 + 22 = 71 vs. 38 + 22 = 60

34.  New England traded their 6th round pick (#198) to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ 7th round picks (#233 and #243)

44 vs. 22 + 22 = 44

35.  New England traded their 7th round pick (#233) to Philadelphia for the Eagles 7th round pick (#250) and a 2019 7th round pick

22 vs. 22 + 1 = 23

Trades Involving Players

1.      Buffalo traded OT Cordy Glenn, their 1st round pick (#21) and their 5th round pick (#158) to Cincinnati for the Bengals 1st round pick (#12) and 6th round pick (#187)

4075 + 1456 + 101 = 5632 vs. 5569 + 63 = 5632 Glenn valued at 1456 points, pick (#56)

2.      New England traded WR Brandon Cooks and 4th round pick (#136) to the LA Rams for the Rams’ 1st round pick (#23) and sixth round pick (#198)

3851 + 189 =  4040  vs. 3996 + 44 = 4040  Cooks valued at 3851 points, pick (# 25)

3.      NY Giants traded DE JPP and their 4th round pick (#102) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ third round pick (#69) and 4th round pick (#108)

830 + 381 = 1211  vs.  882 + 329 = 1211  JPP valued at 830 points , pick (#71)

4.      Miami traded WR Jarvis Landry to Cleveland for the Browns’ 4th round pick (#123) and a 2019 7th round pick

210 + 1 = 211  vs. 211  Landry valued at 211 points Pick (#122)

5.      LA Rams traded LB Alex Ogletree and their 2019 7th round pick to the NY Giants for the Giants’ 4th round pick (#135) and 6th round pick (#176)

264 + 1 = 165 vs. 191 + 74 = 265 Ogletree valued at 264 points Pick (# 115)

6.      Kansas City traded CB Marcus Peters and their 6th round pick (#209) to the LA Rams for their 4th round pick (#124) and a 2019 2nd round pick

210 + 668 = 878 vs. 33 + 845 = 878 Peters valued at 845 points Pick (# 71)

7.      LA Rams traded DE Robert Quinn and their 6th round draft pick (#209) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 4th round pick (#111) and sixth round pick (#183)

33 +  339  =  372 vs. 305 + 67 = 372  Quinn valued at 339 points Pick (#107)

8.      Oakland traded WR/KR Cordarrelle Patterson and their 6th round pick (#210) to New England for the Patriots 5th round pick (#159)

95 vs. 32 + 63 = 95  Patterson valued at 63 points.  Pick (#187)

9.      Cleveland traded CB Jason McCourty and their 7th round pick (#219) to New England for the Patriots 6th round pick (#205)

39 vs. 28 + 11 =39       McCourty valued at 11 points.  Future 7th round pick

10.  Cleveland traded DT Danny Shelton and their 5th round pick (#159) to New England for a 2019 3rd round pick

250 vs. 95 + 155 = 250  Shelton valued at 155 points.  Pick (#141)

11.  Washington traded LB Sua Cravens, their 4th round draft pick (#113), and their 5th round draft pick (#149) to Denver for the Broncos 4th round draft pick (#109), 5th round draft picks (#142 and #163) and a conditional 2019 pick

321 + 152 + 92 + 0 = 565 vs 289 + 130 + 146 = 565  Cravens valued at 146 points Pick (#144)

12.  Denver traded QB Trevor Simeon and a 7th round draft pick (#225) to Minnesota for the Vikings 5th 2019 5th round pick

56 vs. 24 + 32  Simeon valued at 32 points, Pick (#210)

13.  Oakland traded FB Jamize Olawale and a 6th round pick (#192) to Dallas for The Cowboys’ 5th round pick (#173)

75 vs. 53 + 22  Olawale valued at 22 points. Pick (#227)

2017                    For the 2017 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2017.htm

1.      San Francisco traded its 1st round pick (#2) to Chicago for the Bears’ 1st round pick (#3), 3rd round pick (#67), 4th round pick (#111), and a 2018 3rd round pick

9958 vs. 8392 + 901 + 300 + 215 + 150 Bonus = 9958

2.      Buffalo traded their 1st round pick (#10) to Kansas City for the Chiefs 1st round pick (#27), 3rd round pick (#91), and a 2018 1st round pick

5844 vs. 3363 + 514 + 1867 + 100 Bonus = 5844

3.      Cleveland traded their 1st round pick (#12) to Houston for the Texans’  1st round pick (#25) and 2018 1st round pick

5521 vs. 3654 + 1867 = 5521

4.      Seattle traded their 1st round pick (#26) to Atlanta for the  Falcons’ 1st round pick (#31), 3rd round pick  (#95) and 7th round pick (#249)

3542 vs. 3027 + 458 + 7 +50 Bonus = 3542

5.      Green Bay traded their 1st round pick (#29) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 2nd round pick (#33) and 4th round pick (#108)

3137 vs. 2800 + 337 = 3137

6.      Seattle traded their 1st round pick (#31) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 2nd round pick (#34) and 4th round pick (#111)

3027 vs. 2727 +300 = 3027

7.      Seattle traded their 2nd round pick (#34) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ 2nd round pick (#35) and 6th round pick (#187)

2727 vs. 2662 + 65 = 2727

8.      Chicago traded their 2nd round pick (#36) and 7th round pick (#221) to Arizona for the Cardinals’ 2nd round pick (#45), 4th round pick (#119), 6th round pick (#197) and 2018 4th round pick

2460 + 27 = 2487 vs. 2043 + 238 + 53 + 103 + 50 bonus = 2487

9.      LA Rams traded their 2nd round pick (#37) and 5th round pick (#149) to Buffalo for the Bills’ 2nd round pick (#44) and 3d round pick (#91)

2449 + 124 = 2573 vs. 2059 + 514 = 2573

10.  Cincinnati traded their 2nd round pick (#41) to Minnesota for the Vikings 2nd round pick (#48) and 4th round pick (#128)

2100 vs. 1918 + 182 = 2100

11.  Atlanta traded their 2nd round pick (#63) to Buffalo for the Bills’ 3rd round pick (#75), and 5th round picks (#149 and #156)

1040 vs. 755 +124 +111 + 50 Bonus = 1040

12.  49ers traded their 3rd round pick (#67) to New Orleans for the Saints 7th round pick (#229) and 2018 2nd round pick

901 vs. 668 + 20  = 688  This trade follows the NFL Discount Rule

13.  NY Jets traded their 3rd round pick (#70) to Minnesota for the Vikings 3rd round pick (#79) and 5th round pick (#160)

802 vs. 698 + 104 = 802

14.  New England traded their 3rd round pick (#72) and 6th round pick (#200) to Tennessee for the Titans’ 3rd round pick (#83) and 4th round pick (#124)

796 + 49 = 845 vs. 635+ 210 = 845

15.  Arizona traded their 3rd round pick (#77) to Carolina for the Panthers’ 3rd round pick (#98) and 4th round pick (#115)

700 vs. 425 + 275 = 700

16.  Detroit traded its 3rd round pick (#85) to New England for the Patriots’ third round pick (#96) and 4th round pick (#124)

 635 vs. 425 + 210 = 635

17.  Minnesota traded their 3rd round pick (#86) to Kansas City for the Chiefs 3rd round pick (#104), 4th round pick (#132) and 7th round pick (#245)

589 vs. 361 + 169 + 9 + 50 bonus = 589

18.  Minnesota traded their 3rd pick (#104) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 4th round pick (#109) and 7th round pick (#219)

361 vs. 334 + 27 =361

19.  NY Jets traded their 3rd round pick (#107) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 4th round pick (#125) and 6th round pick (#204)

 337 vs. 195 + 42 = 237  No way to make this work.  A mid-4th and mid-6th shouldn’t get you a 3rd round compensatory pick

20.  LA Rams traded their 4th round pick (#112) to Chicago for the Bears’ 4th round pick (#117) and 6th round pick (#197)

293 vs. 240 + 53 = 293

21.  Indianapolis traded  their 4th round pick (#121) to San Francisco for the 49ers 5th round pick (#143) and 6th round pick (#161)

230 vs. 128 + 102 = 230

22.  NY Jets traded their 4th round pick (#125) to LA Rams for the Rams’ 4th round pick (#141) and 6th round pick (#197)

195 vs. 142 + 53 = 195

23.  Denver traded their 4th round pick (#126) and 7th round pick (#252) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 5th round picks (#145 and #175)

190 + 7 = 197 vs. 125 + 72 = 197

24.  Minnesota traded their 4th round pick (#132) to Philadelphia for the Eagle’s 4th round pick (#139) and 7th round pick (#230)

169 vs. 149 +  20 = 169

25.  Minnesota traded their 4th round pick (#139) to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ 5th round picks (#170 and #180)

149 vs. 78 + 71 = 149

26.  Philadelphia traded their 5th round pick (#155) to Tennessee for the Titans’ 5th round pick (#164) and 6th round pick (#214)

117 vs. 87 + 30 = 117

27.  NY Jets traded their 5th round pick (#160) and their 7th round pick (#224) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 5th round pick (#181) and 6th round pick (#188)

104 + 27 = 131 vs. 71 + 60 = 131

28.  Philadelphia traded their 5th round pick (#164) and 6th round pick (#194) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 5th round pick (#166) and 6th round pick (#184)

87 + 59 = 146 vs. 81 + 65 = 146

29.  Green Bay traded their 5th round pick (#172) to Denver for the Broncos’ 5th round pick (#175) and 7th round pick (#238)

78 vs. 72 + 9 = 81

30.  NY Jets traded their 6th round pick (#191) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 2018 5th round pick

59 vs. 46  This pick follows the NFL Discount rule

31.  Minnesota traded their 6th round pick (#199) and 7th round pick (#230) to Washington for the Redskins’ 6th round pick (#201) and 7th round pick (#220)

49 + 20 = 69 vs. 42 + 27 = 69

32.  Tennessee traded their 6th round pick (#200) to the NY Giants for the Giants’ 6th round pick (#207) and 7th round pick (#241)

49 vs. 41 + 9 = 50

33.  Tennessee traded their 6th round pick (#207) to Cincinnati for their 6th round pick (#217) and 7th round pick (#227)

41 vs. 27 + 20 = 47

34.  Oakland traded their 6th round pick (#208) to Arizona for the Cardinals’ 6th round pick (#221) and 7th round pick (#231)

40 vs. 27 + 13 = 40

35.  Dallas traded their 6th round pick (#211) to New England for the Patriots’ 6th round pick (#216) and 7th round pick (#239)

37 vs. 28 + 9 = 37

36.  Miami traded  their 7th round pick (#223) to Tampa Bay for  the Buccaneers 7th round pick (#237) and a 2018 7th round pick.

27 vs. 9 + 1 = 10

Trades Involving players

1.      New Orleans traded WR Brandin Cooks and their 4th round pick (#118) to New England for the Patriots 1st round pick (#32) and 3rd round pick (#103)

2913 + 371 = 3284 vs. 237 + 3047 = 3284  Cooks valued at 3047 points. Pick #31

2.      Philadelphia traded QB Sam Bradford to Minnesota for the Vikings’ 1st round pick (#14) and their 2018 4th round pick

5231 + 103 = 5334 vs. 5334 Bradford valued at 5334 points.  Pick #13

3.      Kansas City traded TE James O’Shaunessy and their 6th round pick (#216) to New England for the Patriots’ 5th round pick (#183)

67 vs. 28 + 39 = 67 O’Shaunessy valued at 39 points. Pick #209

4.      Denver traded RB Kapri Bibbs and their 5th round pick (#177) to San Francisco for the 49ers 2018 4th round pick

103 vs. 71 + 32 =103 Bibbs valued at 32 points Pick #213

2016                    For the 2016 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2016.htm

1.      Tennessee traded their 1st round pick (#1) and 4th round pick (#113) and 6th round pick (#177) to the LA Rams for the Rams’ 1st round pick (#15), 2nd round picks (#43 and #45), 3rd round pick (#76), and 2017 1st and 3rd round picks.

11536 + 339 + 78 = 11953 vs.  4782 +2029 +1964 + 781 + 1861 + 336 + 200 Bonus = 11953

2.      Cleveland traded their 1st round pick (#2) and a 2017 4th round pick to Philadelphia for the Eagles 1st round pick (#8), third round pick (#77), 4th round pick (#100), a 2017 1st round pick and a 2018 2nd round pick

9647 + 123 = 9770 vs. 6214 + 745 + 464 + 1861 + 336 + 150 Bonus = 9770

3.      Cleveland traded their 1st round pick (#8) and 6th round pick (#176) to Tennessee for the Titans’ 1st round pick (#15), 3rd round pick (#76), and 2017 2nd round pick

6214 + 87 = 6301 vs. 4787 + 781 + 733 = 6301

4.      Tampa Bay traded their 1st round pick (#9) to Chicago for the Bears’ 1st round pick (#11) and 4th round pick (#106)

6024 vs. 5645 + 379 = 6024

5.      Washington traded their 1st round pick (#21) to Houston for the Texans’ 1st round pick (#22) and 2017 6th round pick

3902 vs. 3887 + 15 = 3902

6.      Seattle traded their 1st round pick (#26) to Denver for the Broncos’ 1st round pick (#31) and 3rd round pick (#94)

3305 vs. 2752 + 553 = 3305

7.      Kansas City traded their 1st round pick (#28) and 7th round pick (#249) to San Francisco for the 49ers 2nd round pick (#37), 4th round pick (#105) and 6th round pick (#178)

2950 + 7 = 2957 vs. 2497 + 385 + 75 = 2957

8.      Baltimore traded their 2nd round pick (#36) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars 2nd round pick (#38) and 5th round pick (#146)

2575 vs. 2435 +140 = 2575

9.      Baltimore traded their 2nd round pick (#38) to Miami for their 2nd round pick (#42) and 4th round pick (#107)

2435 vs. 2062+ 373 = 2435

10.   Chicago traded their 2nd round pick (#41) to Buffalo for the Bills’ 2nd round pick (#49), 4th round pick (#117), and 2017 4th round pick

2312 vs. 1825 + 323 + 114 + 50 bonus = 2312

11.  Indianapolis traded their 2nd round pick (#48) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 2nd round pick (#57), 4th round pick (#125), and 7th round pick (#248)

1841 vs. 1525 +258 + 8 + 50 bonus = 1841

12.  Chicago traded their 2nd round pick (#49) to Seattle for the Seahawks 2nd round pick (#56) and 4th round pick (#124)

1825 vs. 1560 + 265 = 1825

13.  Atlanta traded their 2nd round pick (#50) to Houston for the Texans’ 2nd round pick (#52) and 6th round pick (#195)

1735 vs. 1675 + 60 = 1735

14.  Kansas City traded their 2nd round pick (#59) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 3rd round pick (#74) and 4th round pick (#106)

1233 vs. 854 + 379 = 1233

15.  New England traded their 2nd round pick (#61) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 3rd round pick (#78) and 4th round pick (#112)

1082 vs. 740 + 342 = 1082

16.  Cleveland Traded their 3rd round pick (#77) and 5th round pick (#141) to Carolina for the Panthers’ 3rd round pick (#93), 4th round pick (#129), and 5th round pick (#168)

745 + 165 = 910 vs. 568 + 245 + 97 = 910

17.  Minnesota traded their 3rd round pick (#86) to Miami for Dolphin’s 6th round pick (#186), 2017 3rd round pick, and a conditional 2017 4th or 5th round pick

570 vs. 70 + 336 + 114 + 50  bonus = 570  The only way I can make this one work is value the conditional pick as 4th round, which in fact it turned out to be.

18.  Cleveland traded their 4th round pick (#100) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 4th round pick (#114) and 5th round pick (#154)

464 vs. 337 + 127 = 464

19.  LA Rams traded their 4th round pick (#113) to Chicago for the Bears’ 4th round pick (#117) and 6th round pick (#206)

339 vs. 323 + 16 = 339

20.  Washington traded their 4th round pick (#120) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 5th round pick (#152) and 2017 5th round pick

294 vs. 129 + 64 = 193  I couldn’t make this trade work within the flow of the table.  Compensations seems a little light.

21.  .Miami traded their 5th round pick (#147) to New England for the Patriots’ 6th round picks (#196 and #204) and 7th round pick (#250)

134 vs. 60 + 17 + 7 + 50 bonus = 134

22.  New England traded their 5th round pick (#147) and 7th round pick (#243) to Seattle for the Seahawks 7th round pick (#225) and 2017 4th round pick.

134 + 8 = 142 vs. 114 + 15 = 129

23.  Denver traded their 5th round pick (#157) and 7th round pick (#253) to Tennessee for the Titans’ 6th round pick (#176) and 2017 6th round pick

102 + 5 = 107 vs. 87+ 15 = 102

24.  Washington traded their 5th round pick (#158) to NY Jets for the Jets 2017 4th round pick

101 vs. 114 This trade follows the NFL Discount Rule

25.  Minnesota traded their 6th round pick (#186) to Miami for the Dolphins 6th round pick (#196) and 7th round pick (#227)

70 vs. 54 + 15 = 69

26.  Philadelphia traded their 6th round pick (#188) to Minnesota for the Vikings’ 6th round pick (#196) and 7th round pick (#240)

68 vs. 54 + 14 = 68

Trades Involving Players

1.      Miami traded their 1st round pick (#8) to Philadelphia for the Eagles 1st round pick (#13), DB Byron Maxwell, and LB Kiko Alonso

6511 vs. 5534 + 977 = 6511  Alonso and Maxwell together valued at 977 points.  Pick #67

2.      Chicago traded TE Martellus Bennett and 6th round pick (#204) to New England for the Patriots 4th round pick (#127)

225 vs. 17 + 208 = 225  Bennett valued at 208 points.  Pick #131

3.      Baltimore traded OC Gino Gradkowski and their 5th round pick (#144) to Denver for the Broncos 4th round pick (#130)

217 vs. 134 + 83 = 217  Gradkowski valued at 83 points. Pick #174

4.      Oakland traded WR Brice Butler and their 6th round pick (#189) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ fifth round pick (#143)

134 vs. 75 + 59 = 134  Butler valued at 59 points. Pick #196

5.      Denver traded OT Ryan Clady and a 7th round pick (#235) to NY Jets for their 5th round pick (#157)

92 vs. 15 + 77 = 92  Clady valued at 77 points.  Pick #177

6.      Houston traded their WR Keshawn Martin and 6th round pick (#196) to New England for the Patriots’ 5th round pick (#166)

89 vs. 60 + 29 = 89  Martin valued at 29 points.  Pick #202

7.      Tampa Bay traded S Dashon Goldson and their 7th round pick (#232) to Washington for the Redskins’ 6th round pick (#197)

54 vs. 15 + 39 = 54  Goldson valued at 39 points.  Pick #200

8.      San Francisco traded TE Vernon Davis and their 7th round pick (#228) to Denver for the Broncos’ 6th round pick (#207)

15 vs. 15 +0 = 15  Davis valued at 0 points  FA

2015                    For the 2015 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2015.htm

1.      San Francisco traded their 1st round pick (#15) to San Diego for the Chargers’ 1st round pick (#17), 4th round pick (#117) and 2016 5th round pick

5085 vs. 4658 + 323 + 54 +50 bonus = 5085

2.      Tennessee traded their 2nd round pick (#33) to NY Giants for the Giants’ 2nd round pick (#40), 4th round pick (#108), and 7th round pick (#245)

2542 vs. 2117 +365 + 10 +50 bonus = 2542

3.      LA Rams traded their 2nd round pick (#41) to Carolina for the Panthers’ 2nd round pick (#57), 3rd round pick (#89) and 6th round pick (#201)

2057 vs. 1397 + 579 + 31 + 50 bonus= 2057

4.      Cleveland traded their 2nd round pick (#43) and 6th round pick (#229) to Houston for the Texans’ 2nd round pick (#51) 4th round pick (#116) and 6th round pick (#195)

2022 + 18 = 2040 vs. 1659 + 336 + 45= 2040

5.      Miami traded their 2nd round pick (#47) and 6th round pick (#191) to Philadelphia for the Eagles’ 2nd round pick (#52), 5th round picks (#145 and #156)

1816 + 55 = 1871 vs. 1625 + 142 + 104 = 1871

6.      Arizona traded their 2nd round pick (#55) to Baltimore for the Ravens’ 2nd round pick (#58) and 5th round pick (#158)

1489 vs. 1387 + 102 = 1489

7.      Indianapolis traded their 2nd round pick (#61) and 4th round pick (#128) to Tampa bay for the Buccaneers’ 3rd round pick (#65) and 4th round pick (#109)

1287 + 213 = 1500 vs. 1138 + 362 = 1500

8.      Washington traded their 3rd round pick (#69) to Seattle for the Seahawks’ 3rd round pick (#95), 4th round pick (#112), 5th round pick (#167) and 6th round pick (#181)

1072 vs. 478 + 341 + 83 + 70 + 100 bonus = 1072

9.      Minnesota traded their 3rd round pick (#76) to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ 3rd round pick (#80) and 6th round pick (#193)

812 vs. 759 + 53 = 812

10.  Minnesota traded their 3rd round pick (#80) to Detroit for the Lions’ 3rd round pick (#88) and 5th round pick (#143)

759 vs. 589 + 170 = 759

11.  New England traded their 3rd round pick (#96) and 7th round pick (#219) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 4th round pick (#111), 5th round pick (#147) and 6th round pick (#202)

462 + 22 = 484 vs. 347 + 107 + 30 = 484

12.  Oakland traded their 4th round pick (#102) to Carolina for the Panthers’ 4th round pick (#124), 5th round pick (#161), and 7th round pick (#242)

398 vs 235 + 100 + 13 + 50 bonus = 398

13.  Jacksonville traded their 4th round pick (#103) to the NY Jets for the Jets’ 4th round pick (#104) and 7th round pick (#229)

389 vs. 371 + 18 = 389

14.  Philadelphia traded their 4th round pick (#113) to Detroit for the Lion’s 2016 3rd round pick

339 vs. 336  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

15.  Cleveland traded their 4th round pick (#116) to Arizona for the Cardinals 4th round pick (#123), 6th round pick (#198), and 7th round pick (#241)

336 vs. 239 + 33 + 14 + 50 bonus = 336

16.  Oakland traded their 4th round pick (#124) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 4th round pick (#128) and 7th round pick (#218)

235 vs. 213 + 23 = 236

17.  Minnesota traded their 5th round pick (#137) to Atlanta for the Falcons’ 5th round pick (#146) and 6th round pick (#185)

192 vs. 124 + 68 = 192

18.  New England traded their 5th round pick (#147) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 5th round pick (#166) and 7th round pick (#247)

107 vs. 97 + 10

19.  San Francisco traded their 5th round pick (#151) to Indianapolis for the Colts’ 5th round pick (#165) and 7th round pick (#244)

107 vs. 97 +  10

20.  Washington traded their 5th round pick (#167) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 6th round pick (#187) and 2016 6th round pick.

83 vs. 66 + 17 = 83

21.  San Francisco traded their 7th round pick (#246) to Dallas for the Cowboys 2016 6th round pick

10 vs. 17  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

Trades Involving Players

1.      Detroit traded their 1st round pick (#23) to Denver for OG Manny Ramirez, their 1st round pick (#28), 5th round pick (#143) and 2016 5th round pick

3810 vs. 3250 + 170 + 54 + 236 + 100 bonus = Ramirez valued at 236 points.  Pick #124

2.      Tampa Bay traded S Mark Barron to the LA Rams for the Rams’ 4th round pick (#109) and 6th round pick (#184)

362 + 68 = 430 vs. 430 Barron valued at 430  points. Pick #99

3.      Detroit traded George Johnson and their 7th round pick (#231) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers 5th round pick (#168)

83 vs. 17 + 66 = 83  Johnson valued at 66 points. Pick #187

4.      Baltimore traded DT Haloti Ngata and their 7th round pick (#231) to Detroit for the Lions’ 4th round pick (#122) and 5th round pick (#158)

253 + 102 = 355 vs. 17 + 338 = 355.  Ngata valued at 338 points. Pick #114

5.      Chicago traded WR Brandon Marshall and their 7th round pick (#224) to the NY Jets for the Jets 5th round pick (#142)

173 vs. 22 + 153 = 173  Marshall valued at 153 points.  Pick #144

6.      Miami traded WR Mike Wallace and 7th round pick (#232) to Minnesota for the Vikings’ 5th round pick (#149)

107 vs. 19 + 88 = 107  Wallace valued at 88 points Pick #167

7.      Tampa Bay traded LB Jonathan Casillas and their 5th round pick (#178) to New England for the Patriots’ 6th round pick (#168)

72 + 10 = 82 vs 82  Casillas valued at 10 points.  Pick #244

8.      Seattle traded WR Percy Harvin to the NY Jets for the Jets’ 6th round pick (#181)

72 vs. 72  Harvin valued at 72 points.  Pick #181

9.      Baltimore traded LB Rolando McLain and their 7th round pick (#243) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 6th round pick (#204)

                        30 vs. 10 + 20 = 30  McLain valued at 20 points.  Pick #231

2014                    For the 2014 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2014.htm

1.      Cleveland traded their 1st round pick (#4) to Buffalo for the Bills’ 1st round pick (#9), 2015 1st round pick, and 2015 4th round pick

8352 vs. 6482 + 1712 + 108 + 50 bonus = 8352

2.      Minnesota traded their 1st round pick (#8) to Cleveland for their 1st round pick (#9) and 5th round pick (#145)

6616 vs. 6482 + 134 = 6616

3.      Arizona traded their 1st round pick (#20) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 1st round pick (#27) and 3rd round pick (#91)

3950 vs. 3311 + 639 = 3950

4.      Philadelphia traded their 1st round pick (#22) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 1st round pick (#26) and 3rd round pick (#83)

3950 vs.3311 + 639 = 3950

5.      Seattle traded their 1st round pick (#32) to Minnesota for the Vikings’ 2nd round pick (#40) and 4th round pick (#108)

2597 vs. 2167 + 430 = 2597

6.      Washington traded their 2nd round pick (#34) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 2nd round pick (#47) and 3rd round pick (#78)

2595 vs. 1715 + 880 = 2595

7.      Seattle traded their 2nd round pick (#40) and 5th round pick (#146) to Detroit for the Lions’ 3rd round pick (#45), 4th round pick (#111) and 7th round pick (#227)

2167 + 124 = 2291 vs. 1913 + 356 + 22 = 2291

8.      Buffalo traded their 2nd round pick (#41) to the LA Rams for the Rams 2nd round pick (#44) and 5th round pick (#153)

2110 vs. 1990 + 120 = 2110

9.       Tennessee traded their 2nd round pick (#42) to Philadelphia for the Eagles’ 2nd round pick (#54) and 4th round pick (#122)

2027 vs. 1697 + 330 = 2027

10.  Miami traded their 2nd round pick (#50) to San Diego for the Chargers 2nd round pick (#57) and 4th round pick (#125)

1700 vs. 1400 + 300 = 1700

11.  San Francisco traded their 2nd round pick (#56) and 7th round pick (#242) to Denver for the Broncos 2nd round pick (#63), 5th round pick (#171) and  2015 4th round pick

1497 + 11 = 1508 vs. 1303 + 97 + 108  = 1508

12.  Miami traded their 2nd round pick (#57) to San Francisco for the 49ers 2nd round pick (#63) and 5th round pick (#171)

1400 vs. 1303 + 97 = 1400

13.  San Francisco traded their 2nd round pick (#61) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars 3rd round pick (#70) and 5th round pick (#150)

1314 vs. 1193 + 121 = 1314

14.  Oakland traded their 3rd round pick (#67) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 3rd round pick (#81) and 4th round pick (#116)

1217 vs. 875 + 342 = 1217

15.  Philadelphia traded their 3rd round pick (#83) to Houston for the Texans’ 4th round pick (#101) and 5th round pick (#141)

639 vs. 484 + 155 = 639

16.  New England traded their 3rd round pick (#93) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ 4th round pick (#105) and 6th round pick (#179)

 540 vs. 475 + 65 = 540

17.  San Francisco traded their 3rd round pick (#94) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 4th round pick (#106) and 6th round pick (#180)

495 vs. 432 + 63 = 495

18.  Seattle traded their 4th round pick (#111) to Cincinnati for the Bengals 4th round pick (#123) and 6th round pick (#199)

356 vs. 315 + 41 = 356

19.  Denver traded their 4th round pick (#131) and 7th round pick (#246) to Chicago for the Bears’ 5th round pick (#156) and 2015 5th round pick

155 + 9 =164 vs. 110 + 54 = 164

20.  Detroit trade their 5th round pick (#146) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 5th round pick (#158) and 7th round pick (#229)

124 vs. 102 + 22 = 124

21.  Minnesota traded their 5th round pick (#148) to Carolina for their 5th round pick (#168) and 7th round pick (#225)

122 vs. 98 +24 =122

22.  Buffalo traded their 5th round pick (#149) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 7th round pick (# 221) and 2015 5th round pick

121 vs. 31 + 54 = 85  I couldn’t make this one fit and it shouldn’t.  A 5th round pick is worth a future 4th not 5th.

23.  Minnesota traded their 5th round pick (#168) to Atlanta for the Falcons’ 6th round pick (#182) and 7th round pick (#220)

98 vs. 62 + 36 = 98

24.  Washington traded their 6th round pick (#178) to Tennessee for the Titans’ 6th round pick (#186) and 7th round pick (#228)

80 vs 58 + 22 = 80

25.  Cleveland traded their 7th round pick (#218) to Baltimore for the Ravens’ 2015 6th round pick

37 vs. 20  This rule follows the NFL Discount Rule

Trades Involving Players

1.      Philadelphia traded RB Bryce Brown and their 7th round pick (#237), to Buffalo for the Bill’s 7th round pick (#224) and 2015 5th round pick

25 + 54 = 79 vs. 16 + 63 = 79  Brown valued at 63 points.  Pick #180

2013                    For the 2013 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2013.htm

1.      Oakland traded their 1st round pick (#3) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 1st round pick (#12) and 2nd round pick (#42)

7708 vs. 5400 + 2308 = 7708

2.      Buffalo traded their 1st round pick (#8) and third round pick (#71) to St. Louis for the Rams’ 1st round pick (#16), 2nd round pick (#46), third round pick (#78) and 7th round pick (#222)

6481 + 915 = 7396 vs. 4400 + 2100 + 825 + 21 + 50 bonus = 7396

3.      Dallas traded their 1st round pick (#18) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 1st round pick (#31) and 3rd round pick (#74)

3985 vs. 3100 + 885 = 3985

4.      St. Louis traded their 1st round pick (#22) and their 2015 7th round pick to Atlanta for the Falcons’ 1st round pick (#30), 3rd round pick (#92), and 6th round pick (#198)

3733 + 1 = 3734 vs. 3133 + 566 + 35 = 3734

5.      New England traded their 1st round pick (#29) to Minnesota for the Vikings 2nd round pick (#52) 3rd round pick (#83), 4th round pick (#102) and 7th round pick (#229)

3166 vs. 1896 + 727 + 425 + 18 + 100 bonus = 3166

6.      San Francisco traded their 2nd round pick (#34) to Tennessee for the Titans’ 2nd round pick (#40), 7th round pick (#216), and 2014 3rd round pick

2736 vs. 2322 + 22 + 342 + 50 bonus = 2736

7.      Arizona traded their 2nd round pick (#38) to San Diego for the Chargers’ 2nd round pick (#45) and 4th round pick (#110)

2512 vs. 2155 + 357 = 2512

8.      Green Bay traded their 2nd round pick (#55) to San Francisco for the 49ers 2nd round pick (#61), and 5th round pick (#173)

1300 vs. 1208 + 92 = 1300

9.      Seattle traded their 2nd round pick (#56) to Baltimore for the Ravens’ 2nd round pick (#62), 5th round pick (#165) and 6th round pick (#199)

1284 vs. 1100 + 100 + 34 + 50 = 1284

10.  Miami traded their 3rd round pick (#82) to New Orleans for the Saints 4th round picks (#106 and #109)

762 vs. 394 + 368 = 762

11.  Green Bay traded their 3rd round pick (#88) to San Francisco for the 49ers 3rd round pick (#93) and 7th round pick (#216)

584 vs. 562 + 22 = 584

12.  Green Bay traded their 3rd round pick (#93) to Miami for the Dolphins 4th round pick (#109), 5th round pick (#146), and 7th round pick (#224)

562 vs. 368 + 124 + 20 + 50 bonus = 562

13.  Jacksonville traded their 4th round pick (#98) to Philadelphia for the Eagles’ 4th round pick (#101) and 7th round pick (#210)

455 vs. 430 + 25 = 455

14.  Oakland traded their 4th round pick (#100) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 4th round pick (#112) and 6th round pick (#181)

435 vs. 350 + 85 = 435

15.  Arizona traded their 4th round pick (#110) to the NY Giants for the Giants’ 4th round pick (#116) and 6th round pick (#187)

357 vs. 300 + 57 = 357

16.  Cleveland traded their 4th round pick (#111) to Pittsburgh for the Steelers’ 2014 3rd round pick

353 vs. 342  This trade follows the NFL Discount Rule

17.   Denver traded their 4th round pick (#125) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 5th round pick (#146) and 6th round pick (#173)

216 vs. 124 + 92 = 216

18.  Detroit traded their 5th round pick (#137) to Seattle for the Seahawks’ 5th round pick (#165) and 6th round pick (#199)

134 vs. 100 + 34 = 134

19.  Cleveland traded their 5th round pick (#139) to Indianapolis for the Colt’s 2014 4th round pick

131 vs. 120

 This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

20.  Chicago traded their 5th round pick (#153) to Atlanta for the Falcons’ 5th round pick (#163) and 7th round pick (#236)

117 vs. 101 + 16 = 117

21.  Houston traded their 5th round pick (#160) to St. Louis for the Rams’ 6th round picks (#184 and #198)

                        106 vs. 71 + 35 = 106

22.  Oakland traded their 6th round pick (#176) to Houston for the Texans’ 6th round pick (#184) and 7th round pick (#233)

89 vs. 71 + 18 = 89

23.  Minnesota traded their 6th round pick (#189) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers 6th round pick (#196) and 7th round pick (#229)

57 vs. 39 + 18 = 57

Trades Involving Players

1.      Miami traded WR Davone Bess,  their 4th round pick (#111) and 7th round pick (#217) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 4th round pick (#104) and 5th round pick (#164)

415 + 100 = 515 vs. 353 + 22 + 140 = 515  Bess valued at 140 points.  Pick #136

2012                    For the 2012 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2012.htm

1.      St. Louis traded their 1st round pick (#2) to Washington for the Redskins’ 1st round pick (#6), 2nd round pick (#39), 2013 1st round pick, and 2014 1st round pick

11736 vs. 6810 + 2298 +1765 + 663 + 200 bonus = 11736

2.      Minnesota traded their 1st round pick (#3) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 1st round pick (#4) 4th round pick (#118), 5th round pick (#139), and 7th round pick (#211)

8500 vs. 7917 + 280 + 168 + 35 + 100 bonus = 8500

3.      Tampa Bay traded their 1st round pick (#5) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ 1st round pick (#7) and 4th round pick (#101)

7050 vs. 6650 + 400 = 7050

4.      St. Louis traded their 1st round pick (#6) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 1st round pick (#14) and 2nd round pick (#45)

6810 vs. 4980+ 1830 = 6810

5.      Seattle traded their 1st round pick (#12) to Philadelphia for the Eagles’ 1st round pick (#15), 4th round pick (#114), and 6th round pick (#172)

5386 vs. 4940 + 310 + 86 + 50 bonus = 5386

6.      Cincinnati traded their 1st round pick (#21) to New England for the Patriots’ 1s round pick (#27) and 3rd round pick (#93)

3499 vs. 2924 + 755 = 3499

7.      Denver traded their 1st round pick (#25) to New England for the Patriots’ 1st round pick (#31) and 4th round pick (#126)

2924 vs. 2664 + 260 = 2924

8.      Baltimore traded their 1st round pick (#29) to Minnesota for the Vikings’ 2nd round pick (#35) and 3rd round pick (#98)

2924 vs. 2497 + 427 = 2924

9.      Denver traded their 1st round pick (#31) an 4th round pick (#126) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 2nd round pick (#36) and 4th round pick (#101)

2664 + 260 = 2924 vs. 2497 + 427 = 2924

10.  Seattle traded their 2nd round pick (#43) to the NY Jets for the Jets’ 2nd round pick (#47), 5th round pick (#154), and 7th round pick (#232)

1998 vs. 1790 + 138 + 20 + 50 bonus = 1998

11.  St. Louis traded their 2nd round pick (#45) to Chicago for the Bears’ 2nd round pick (#50) and 5th round pick (#150)

1830 vs. 1680 + 150 = 1830

12.  Philadelphia traded their 2nd round pick (#51) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 2nd round pick (#59) and 4th round pick (#123)

1400 vs. 1130 + 270 = 1400

13.  Houston traded their 2nd round pick (#58) and 7th round pick (#233) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 3rd round pick (#68) and 4th round pick (#126)

1150 + 16 = 1166 vs. 906 + 260 = 1166

14.  New England traded their 2nd round pick (#62) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 3rd round pick (#90) and 5th round pick (#163)

923 vs. 571 + 125 = 696.  This trade doesn’t add up, nor should it.  A very late 3rd plus a 5th doesn’t add up to a 2nd.

15.  Cleveland traded their 3rd round pick (#67) to Denver for the Broncos 3rd round pick (#87) and 4th round pick (#120)

909 vs. 634 + 275 = 909

16.  Washington traded their 3rd round pick (#69) to Buffalo for the Bills’ 3rd round pick (#71) and 7th round pick (#217)

890 vs. 855 + 35 = 890

17.  Miami traded their 3rd round pick (#73) to San Diego for the Chargers 3rd round pick (#78) and 6th round pick (#183)

775 vs. 700 + 75

18.  Atlanta traded their 3rd round pick (#84) to Baltimore for the Ravens’ 3rd round pick (#91) and 6th round pick (#164)

650 vs. 550 + 100 = 650

19.  San Francisco traded their 3rd round pick (#92) to Indianapolis for the Colts’ 4th round pick (#97) and 2013 5th round pick

525 vs. 457 + 68 = 525

20.  San Francisco traded their 4th round pick (#97) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 4th round pick (#103), 6th round pick (#196) and  2013 6th round pick

457 vs. 374 + 50 + 33 + 50 bonus = 457

21.  San Francisco traded their 4th round pick (#103) to Carolina for the Panthers’ 6th round pick (#180) and 2013 3rd round pick

374 vs. 78 + 320 = 398  This trade loosely follows the NFL Discounting Rule.  Compensation usually is the future pick and a 7th or no pick at all.

22.  Washington traded their 4th round pick (#109) to Pittsburgh for the Steelers’ 4th round pick (#119) and 6th round pick (#193)

333 vs. 278 + 55 = 333

23.  Detroit traded their 4th round pick (#117) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 4th round pick (#125) and 6th round pick (#196)

310 vs. 260 + 50 =310

24.  Minnesota traded their 5th round pick (#138) and 7th round pick (#223) to Detroit for the Lions’ 7th pick round (#219) and 2013 4th round pick.

168 + 20 = 188 vs. 146 + 33 = 179  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

25.  Miami traded their 5th round pick (#145) to Tennessee for the Titans’ 5th round pick (#155) and 7th round pick (#227)

156 vs. 136 + 20 = 156

26.  Oakland traded their 5th round pick (#148) to Detroit for the Lions’ 5th round pick (#158) and 7th round pick (#230)

152 vs. 132 + 20 = 152

27.  New England traded their 5th round pick (#163) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 6th round pick (#197) and 7th round picks (#224 and #235)

125 vs. 45 + 20 + 10 + 50 bonus = 125

28.  Miami traded their 7th round pick (#211) to Tennessee for the Titans 2013 6th round pick

35 vs. 34 This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule.

2011                    For the 2011 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2011.htm

1.      Cleveland traded their 1st round pick (#6) to Atlanta For the Falcons’ 1st round pick (#27), 2nd round pick (#59) 4th round pick (#124), 2012 1st round pick, and 2012 4th round pick

6760 vs. 3262 + 1220 + 201 + 1753 + 124 + 200 bonus = 6760

2.      Washington traded their 1st round pick (#10) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ 1st round pick (#16) and 2nd round pick (#49)

6254 vs. 4532 + 1722 = 6254

3.      Kansas City traded their 1st round pick (#21) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 1st round pick (#27) and 3rd round pick (#70)

4137 vs. 3262 + 875 = 4137

4.      New England traded their 1st round pick (#28) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 2nd round pick (#56) and 2012 1st round pick

3127 vs. 1374 + 1753 = 3127

5.      Denver traded their 2nd round pick (#36) to San Francisco for the 49ers 2nd round pick (#45) , 4th round pick (#108) and 5th round pick (#141)

2459 vs. 1947 + 317 + 145 + 50 bonus = 2459

6.      Washington traded their 2nd round pick (#49) to Indianapolis for the Colts’ 2nd round pick (#53) and 5th round pick (#152)

1722 vs. 1605 + 117 = 1722

7.      Washington traded their 2nd round pick (#53) to Chicago for the Bears’ 2nd round pick (#62) and 4th round pick (#127)

1605 vs. 1000 + 179 = 1179  All three of these picks were traded multiple times at different values making all the trades impossible to balance.  I chose to value the picks so that all but one balanced – this one.  This trade was the one most out of alignment with the composite trade sheet.  Frankly, it should cost more than a late 4th to move up 9 spots in the 2nd round.

8.      Seattle traded their 2nd round pick (#57), 5th round pick (#157), and 7th round pick (#209) to Detroit for the Lions’ 3rd round pick (#75), 4th round pick (#107), 5th round pick (#154) and 7th round pick (#205)

1220 + 107 + 35 = 1362 vs. 845 + 366 + 112 + 39 = 1362

9.      New England traded their 2nd round pick (#60) to Houston for the Texans’ 3rd round pick (#73) and 5th round pick (#138)

1022 vs. 871 + 151 = 1022

10.  Washington traded their 2nd round pick (#62) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 3rd round pick (#79), 5th round pick (#146), and 7th round pick (#217)

1000 vs. 793 + 128 + 29 + 50 bonus = 1000

11.  San Francisco traded their 3rd round pick (#76) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ 3rd  round pick (#80) and 6th round pick (#182)

800 vs. 741 +59 = 800

12.  Philadelphia traded their 3rd round pick (#85) to Baltimore for the Ravens’ 3rd round pick (#90) and 6th round pick (#191)

585 vs. 527 + 58 = 585

13.  New England traded their 3rd round pick (#92) and 4th round pick (#125) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 7th round pick (#219) and 2012 2nd round pick

527 + 201 = 728 vs. 702 + 26 = 728

14.  Philadelphia traded their 4th round pick (#104) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 4th round pick (#116) and 2012 4th round pick

431 vs. 307 + 124 = 431

15.  Houston traded their 4th round pick (#105) and 6th round pick (#178) to Washington for the Redskins’ 4th round pick (#127), 5th round picks (#144 and #152)

374 + 60 = 434 vs. 179 + 138 + 117 = 434

16.  Green Bay traded their 4th round pick (#129) and 6th round pick (#204) to Denver for the Broncos’ 5th round pick (#141) and 6th round pick (#186)

165 + 39 = 204 vs. 145 + 59 = 204

17.  St. Louis traded their 5th round pick (#145) to Atlanta for the Falcons’ 5th round pick (#158) and 7th round pick (#229)

131 vs. 106 + 25 = 131

18.  Minnesota traded  their 5th round pick (#150) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 5th round picks (#168 and #170)

123 vs. 63 + 60 = 123

19.  Philadelphia traded their 5th round pick (#153) and 7th round pick (#227) to the NY Jets for the Jets’ 5th round pick (#161) and 6th round pick (#194)

114 + 25 = 139 vs. 84 + 55 = 139

20.  Green Bay traded their 5th round pick (#163) to San Francisco for the 49ers 6th round pick (#174) and 7th round pick (#231)

84 vs. 60 + 24 = 84

21.  Green Bay traded their 6th round pick (#174) and 7th round pick (#231) to Miami for the Dolphins’  6th round pick (#179) and 7th round pick (#218)

60 + 24 = 84 vs. 59 + 26 = 85

2010          For the 2010 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2010.htm

1.      Denver traded their 1st round pick (#11) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 1st round pick (#13) and 4th round pick (#113)

5539 vs. 5283 + 256 = 5539

2.      Denver traded their 1st round pick (#13) to Philadelphia for the Eagles 1st round pick (#24), and 3rd round picks (#70 and #87)

5283 vs. 3660 + 880 + 603 + 100 bonus= 5283

3.      New England traded their 1st round pick (#22) to Denver for the Broncos’ 1st round pick (#24) and 4th round pick (#113)

3927 vs. 3671 + 256 = 3927

4.      New England traded their 1st round pick (#24) and 4th round pick (#119) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 1st round pick (#27) and 3rd round pick (#90)

3671 + 249 = 3920 vs. 3380 + 540 = 3920

5.      Baltimore traded their 1st round pick (#25) to Denver for the Broncos’ 2nd round pick (#43), 3rd round pick (#70), and 4th round pick (#114)

3481 vs. 2300 + 880 + 251 + 50 bonus  = 3495

6.      Minnesota traded their 1st round pick (#30) and 4th round pick (#128) to Detroit for the Lions’ 2nd round pick (#34), 4th round pick (#100), and 7th round pick (#214)

3138 + 210 = 3348 vs. 2936 + 382 + 30 = 3348

7.      Oakland traded their 2nd round pick (#39) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 2nd round pick (#42) and 5th round pick (#153)

2454 vs. 2319 + 135 = 2454

8.      Oakland traded their 2nd round pick (#42) to New England for the Patriots’ 2nd round pick (#44) and 6th round pick (#190)

2319 vs. 2282 + 37 = 2319

9.      New England traded their 2nd round pick (#47) to Arizona for the Cardinals’ 2nd round pick (#58) and 3rd round pick (#89)

1847 vs. 1277 + 570 = 1847

10.  Houston traded their 2nd round pick (#51) to Minnesota for the Vikings 2nd round pick (#62) and 3rd round pick (#93)

1634 vs. 1130 + 504 = 1634

11.  Philadelphia traded their 2nd round pick (#55) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 2nd round pick (#59) and 4th round pick (#125)

1476 vs. 1255 + 221 = 1476

12.  New England traded their 2nd round pick (#58) to Houston for the Texans’ 2nd round pick (#62) and 5th round pick (#150)

1277 vs. 1130 + 147 = 1277

13.  Philadelphia traded their 2nd round pick (#59) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 3rd round pick (#71) and 5th round picks (#134 and #146)

1255 vs. 853 + 200 + 152 + 50 bonus = 1255

14.  Philadelphia traded their 3rd  round pick (#71) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 3rd round pick (#86) and 4th round pick (#122)

853 vs. 618 + 235 = 853

15.  San Francisco traded their 3rd round pick (#79) to San Diego for the Chargers’ 3rd round pick (#91) and 5th round pick (#173) and 2011 4th round pick

785 vs 510 + 75 + 150 + 50 bonus = 785

16.  New England traded their 3rd round pick (#89) to Carolina for the Panthers’ 2011 2nd round pick

570 vs. 749  This trade follows the NFL Discounting rule

17.  Houston traded their 3rd round pick (#93) to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ 4th round pick (#102) and 5th round pick (#144)

504 vs. 350+ 154 = 504

18.  Carolina traded their 4th round pick (#112) to the NY Jets for the Jets’ 4th round pick (#124) and 6th round pick (#198)

261 vs. 228 + 33 = 261

19.  Dallas traded their 4th round pick (#119) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 4th round pick (#126) and 6th round pick (#179)

249 vs. 212 + 44 = 256     As close as I could get it

20.  Arizona traded their 4th round pick (#123) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 4th round pick (#130) and 6th round pick (#201)

230 vs. 200 + 30 = 230

21.  St. Louis traded their 5th round pick (#135) to Atlanta for the Falcons’ 5th round pick (#149) and 6th round pick (#189)

187 vs. 149 + 38 = 187

22.  Philadelphia traded their 5th round pick (#146) to San Diego for the Chargers’ 5th round pick (#159) and 2011 5th round pick

152 vs. 109 + 43 = 152

23.  Jacksonville traded their 5th round pick (#158) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 2011 4th round pick

110 vs. 150 This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

24.  Washington traded their 5th round pick (#163) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 6th round pick (#174) and 7th round pick (#219)

98 vs. 70 + 28 = 98

25.  Washington traded their 7th round pick (#208) to New England for the Patriots’ 7th round picks (#229 and #231)

30 vs. 15 + 15 = 30

26.  Detroit traded their 7th round pick (#220) to Philadelphia for the Eagles 2011 6th round pick

28 vs. 28 This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

27.  Tampa Bay traded their 7th round picks (# 225 and #232) to Denver for the Broncos’ 2011 5th round pick

28 + 15 = 43 vs. 45

Trades Involving Players

1.      San Diego traded LB Tim Dobbins, 1st round pick (#28), 2nd round pick (#40), and 4th round pick (#126) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 1st round pick (#12), 4th round pick (#110), and 6th round pick (#173)

5400 + 340 + 75 = 5815 vs. 3250 + 2340 + 215 + 10 = 5815 Dobbins valued at 10 points. Pick #242

2.      Philadelphia traded QB Donovan McNabb to Washington for the Redskins’ 2nd round pick (#37) and 2011 4th round pick

2645 + 150 = 2795 vs. 2795  McNabb valued at 2795 points. Pick #36

3.      Pittsburgh traded WR Santonio Holmes to the NY Jets for the Jets’ 5th round pick (#155)

119 vs. 119  Holmes valued at 119 points.  Pick #155

4.      Denver traded WR Brandon Marshall to Miami for the Dolphins’ 2nd round pick (#43) and 2011 2nd round pick

2300 + 768 = 3068 vs. 3068  Marshall valued at 3068 points.  Pick #32

5.      In a three-way trade, Denver received a 5th round pick from the Eagles (#137), Philadelphia acquired LB Ernie Sims from Detroit, and the Lions received TE Tony Scheffler and a 7th round pick (#220) from Denver

185 vs. 28 + 157 = 185 vs. 185  Scheffler valued at 157 points. Pick #143.  Sims valued at 185 points.  Pick #137

6.      St. Louis traded DT Adam Carriker, their 5th round pick (#163), and their 7th round pick (#208) to Washington for the Redskins’ 5th round pick (#135) and 7th round pick (#211)

195 + 30 = 225 vs. 95 + 30 + 100 = 225  Carriker valued at 100 points.  Pick #161

7.      The Raiders traded LB Kirk Morrison and a 5th round pick (#143) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ 4th round pick (#108)

342 = 155 + 187 = 342 Morrison valued at 187 points.  Pick #137

8.      Arizona traded DB Bryant McFadden and their 6th round pick (#195) to Pittsburgh for the Steelers’ 5th round pick (#155)

119 vs. 45 + 74 = 119 McFadden valued at 74 points.  Pick #173

9.      Seattle traded their 4th round pick (#104) and 6th round pick (#176) to Tennessee for the Titans’ 4th round pick (#111), 6th round pick (#185), RB LenDale White and DT Kevin Vickerson.

                        346 + 60 = 406 vs. 306 + 45 + 55 = 406  White and Vickerson valued together at 55 points.  Pick #177

2009          For the 2009 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2009.htm

1.      Cleveland traded their 1st round pick (#17) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 1st round pick (#19) and 6th round pick (#191)

4454 vs. 4376 + 78 = 4454

2.      Cleveland traded their 1st round pick (#19) to Philadelphia for the Eagles’ 1st round pick (#21) and 6th round pick (#195)

4376 vs. 4300 + 76 = 4376

3.      New England traded their 1st round pick (#23) to Baltimore for the Ravens’ 1st round pick (#26) and 5th round pick (#162)

3580 vs. 3460 + 120 = 3580

4.      New England traded their 1st round pick (#26) and 5th round pick (#162) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 2nd round pick (#41) and 3rd round picks (#73 and #83)

3460 + 120 = 3580 vs. 2140 + 825 +615 = 3580

5.      Seattle traded their 2nd round pick (#37) to Denver for the Broncos’ 2010 1st round pick

2409 vs. 1538 This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

6.      Oakland traded their 2nd round pick (#40) to New England for the Patriots’ 2nd round pick (#47), 4th round pick (#124), and sixth round pick (#199)

2305 vs. 1953 + 230 + 72 + 50 bonus= 2305

7.      San Francisco traded their 2nd round pick (#43) and 4th round pick (#111) to Carolina for the Panthers’ 2010 1st round pick

2040 + 380 = 2420 vs. 1538  This trade is out because it makes no sense at all.  A 2nd in 2009 equals 1st in 2010.  Giving up an additional 4th as well is just dumb.  The 4th round pick should have gone from Carolina to SF because the 2nd round pick is in the upper half of the round

8.      Chicago traded their 2nd round pick (#49) to Seattle for the Seahawks’ 3rd round pick (#68) and 4th round pick (#105)

1400 vs. 950 + 450 = 1400

9.      Dallas traded their 2nd round pick (#51) to Buffalo for the Bills’ 3rd round pick (#75) and 4th round pick (#110)

1210 vs. 800 + 410 = 1210

10.  Miami traded their 2nd round pick (#56) to Indianapolis for the Colts’ 2nd round pick (#61) and 5th round pick (#165)

1185 vs. 1071 + 114 =1185

11.  Pittsburgh traded their 2nd round pick (#64) and 4th round pick (#132) to Denver for the Broncos’ third round picks (#79 and #84)

1055+ 215 = 1270 vs. 660 + 610 = 1270

12.  Detroit traded their 3rd round pick (#65) to the New York Jets for the Jets’ 3rd round pick (#76), 4th round (#115) and 7th round pick (#228)

1045 vs. 723 + 255 + 17 + 50 bonus = 1045

13.  New England traded their 3rd round pick (#73) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ 7th round pick (#232) and 2010 2nd round pick

825 vs. 642  + 16 = 658    This trade follows the NFL Discount Rule

14.  Philadelphia traded their 3rd round pick (#85) to the NY Giants for the Giants’ 3rd round pick (#91) and 5th round pick (#164)

595 vs. 480 + 115 = 595

15.  New England traded their 3rd round pick (#89) to Tennessee for the Titans’ 2010 2nd round pick

535 vs. 642 This trade follows the NFL Discount Rule

16.  Philadelphia traded their 3rd  round pick (#91) to Seattle for the Seahawks’ 5th round pick (#137), 7th round pick (#213) and 2010 3rd round pick

480 vs. 154 + 26 + 250 + 50 bonus = 480

17.  Dallas traded their 4th round pick (#117) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 4th round pick (#120) and 7th round pick (#229)

249 vs. 233 + 16 = 249

18.  Baltimore traded their 4th round pick (#123) and 6th round pick (#198) to New England for the Patriots’ 5th round picks (#137 and #141)

232 + 73 = 305 vs. 154 + 151 = 305

19.  Baltimore traded their 5th round pick (#141) to Denver for the Broncos’ 5th round pick (#149) and 6th round pick (#185)

151 vs. 145 + 82 = 227 I couldn’t get this one to fit.  A 5th and a 6th should get you a late 4th at a minimum not just an eight-spot move in the 5th.

20.  Atlanta traded  their 5th round pick (#143) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 5th round pick (#156) and 7th round pick (#210)

150 vs. 125 + 27 = 152

21.  Washington traded their 5th round pick (#150) to Minnesota for the Vikings 5th round pick (#158) and 7th round pick (#221)

144 vs. 123 + 21 = 144

22.  Philadelphia traded their 5th round pick (#164) to New Orleans for the Saints 7th round pick (#222) and 2010 5th round pick

115 vs. 20 + 79 = 99  Philadelphia should have gotten a future 4th according to the NFL Discounting rule

23.  Detroit traded their 6th  round pick (#174) to Denver for the Broncos’ 7th round pick (#235) and 2010 5th round pick

90 vs. 15 + 78 = 93 This trade follows the NFL Discounting rule

24.  Carolina traded their 6th round pick (#202) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 7th round pick (#216) and 2010 6th round pick

42 vs. 24 + 18 = 42

25.  Philadelphia traded their 7th round pick (#222) to Indianapolis for the Colts’ 2010 6th round pick

20 vs. 18  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

26.  Miami traded their 7th round pick (#237) to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ 2010 7th round pick

15 vs. 1    By the NFL Discounting Rule, the  Chiefs should have gotten a 6th

Trades Involving Players

1.      Cleveland traded their 1st round pick (#5) to the NY Jets for the Jets’ 1st round pick (#17), 2nd round pick (#52), DE Kenyon Coleman, QB Brett Ratliff, and DB Abram Elam.

7300 vs. 4450 + 1155 + 1395 + 300 bonus = 7300  Players above valued collectively at 1395 points. Pick #50

2.      New England traded DB Ellis Hobbs to Philadelphia for the Eagles’ 5th round picks (#137 + 141)

155 + 153 = 308  Hobbs valued at 308 points.  Pick #113

2008                    For the 2008 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2008.htm

1.      New England traded their 1st round pick (#7) and 5th round pick (#164) to New Orleans for the Saints’ (#10) and 3rd round pick (#78)

5885 + 132 = 6017 vs. 5332 + 685 = 6017

2.      Baltimore traded their 1st round pick (#8) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ 1st round pick (#26), two 3rd round picks (#71 and #89) and 4th round pick (#125)

5700 vs. 4000 + 803 + 507 + 240 + 150 bonus = 5700

3.      Detroit traded their 1st round pick (#15) and 3rd round pick (#76) to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ 1st round pick (#17), 3rd  round pick (#66), and 5th round pick (#136)

5000 + 755 = 5755 vs. 4700 + 864 + 191 = 5755

4.      Houston traded their 1st round pick (#18) to Baltimore for the Ravens’ 1st round pick (#26), 3rd round pick (#89), and 6th round pick (#173)

4661 vs. 4000 + 507+ 104 + 50 bonus = 4661

5.      Philadelphia traded their 1st round pick (#19) to Carolina for the Panthers’ 2nd round pick (#43), 4th round pick (#109), and 2009 1st round pick

4332 vs. 2083 + 324 + 1875 + 50 bonus = 4332

6.      Washington traded their 1st round pick (#21), 3rd round pick (#84), and 5th round pick (#154) to Atlanta for the Falcons’ two 2nd round picks (#34 and #48) and 4th round pick (#103)

4229 + 620 + 140 = 4989 vs. 2723 + 1888 + 378 = 4989

7.      Seattle traded their 1st round pick (#25) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 1st round pick (#28), 5th round pick (#163) and 7th round pick (#235)

4066 vs. 3869 + 132 + 15 + 50 bonus =  4066

8.      Green Bay traded their 1st round pick (#30) to The NY Jets for the Jets’ 2nd round pick (#36) and 4th round pick (#113)

2875 vs. 2600 + 275 + 2875

9.      Baltimore traded their 2nd round pick (#38) to Seattle for the Seahawks’ 2nd round pick (#55) and 3rd round pick (#86)

2200 vs. 1580 + 620 = 2200

10.  Philadelphia traded their 2nd round pick (#43) and 5th round pick (#152) to Minnesota for the Vikings’ 2nd round pick (#47) and 4th round pick (#117)

2083 + 142 = 2225 vs. 1950 + 275 = 2225

11.  Tampa Bay traded their 2nd round pick (#52) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ 2nd round pick (#58), 5th round pick (#158), 2009 7th round pick

1687 vs. 1500 + 136 + 1 + 50 bonus = 1687

12.  Miami traded their 3rd round pick (#64) to Detroit for the Lions’ 3rd round pick (#66) and 5th round pick (#176)

954 vs. 864 + 90 = 954

13.  New England traded their 3rd round pick (#69) to San Diego for the Chargers’ 5th round pick (#160) and 2009 2nd round pick

813 vs.  133 + 680 = 813

14.  Dallas traded their 3rd round pick (#92) to Detroit for the Lions’ 4th round pick (#111) and 2009 4th round pick

454 vs. 311 + 143 = 454

15.  Dallas traded their 4th round pick (#100) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 4th round pick (#104) and 7th round pick (#213)

415 vs. 378 + 37 + 415

16.  New York Jets traded their 4th round pick (#102) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 4thround pick (#113) and 5th round pick (#162)

408 vs. 275 + 133 = 408

17.  Washington traded their 4th round pick (#103) to Tennessee for the Titans’ 4th round pick (#124) and 5th round pick (#157)

378 vs. 242 + 136 = 378

18.  Dallas traded their 4th round pick (#104) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 4th round pick (#122) and 5th round pick (#155)

378 vs. 242 + 136 = 378

19.  Chicago traded their 4th round pick (#110) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 4th round pick (#115) and 7th round pick (#208)

315 vs. 275 + 40 = 315

20.  Dallas traded their 4th round pick (#111) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 2009 3rd round pick

311 vs. 275  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

21.  Chicago traded their 4th round pick (#115) and 6th round pick (#175) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 4th round pick (#120) and 5th round pick (#158)

275 + 104 = 379 vs. 243 + 136 = 379

22.  Pittsburgh traded their 4th round pick (#123) to the NY Giants for the Giants’ 4th round pick (#130) and 6th round (#194)

242 vs. 191 + 51 = 242

23.  Green Bay traded their 4th round pick (#128) to St. Louis for the Rams’ 5th round pick (#137) and 7th round pick (#217)

208 vs. 185 + 23= 208

24.  Green Bay traded their 5th round pick (#137) to Minnesota for the Vikings 5th round pick (#150) and 7th round pick (#209)

185 vs. 145 + 40 = 185

25.  Jacksonville traded their 5th round pick (#143) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 5th round pick (#155) and 7th round pick (#213)

173 vs. 136 + 37 = 173

26.  Detroit traded their 5th round pick (#144) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 5th round pick (#146) and 7th round pick (#218)

168 vs. 148 + 20 = 168

27.  Tampa Bay traded their 5th round pick (#153) to New England for the Patriots’  5th round pick (#160) and 7th round pick (#238)

141 vs. 133 + 8 = 141

28.  Washington traded their 5th round pick (#157) and 7th round pick (#228) to St. Louis for the Rams’ two 6th round picks (#168) and (#180)

136 + 19 = 155 vs. 104 + 51 = 155

29.  Philadelphia traded their 6th round pick (#191) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 2009 5th round pick

51 vs. 51  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

30.  Green Bay traded their 7th round pick (#237) to New Orleans’ for the Saints’ 2009 6th round pick

8 vs. 19  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

Trades Involving Players

1.      Dallas traded LB Akin Ayodele and TE Anthony Fasano to Miami for the Dolphins’ 4th round pick #100

415 vs. 415  Ayodele and Fasano valued together at 415 points.  Pick #100

2.      Tennessee traded CB Adam Jones to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 4th round pick (#126) and 2009 6th round pick

229 + 19 = 248 vs. 248  Jones valued at 248 points  Pick #126

2007                    For the 2007 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2007.htm

1.      Carolina traded their 1st round pick (#14) and 6th round pick (#191) to the NY Jets for the Jets’ 1st round pick (#25), 2nd round pick (#59), and 5th round pick (#164)

4800 + 85 = 4885 vs. 3553 + 1200 + 132 = 4885

2.      Jacksonville traded their 1st round pick (#17) to Denver for the Broncos’ 1st round pick (#21), 3rd round pick (#86), and 6th round pick (#198)

4726 vs. 3976 + 660 + 40 + 50 bonus = 4726

3.      Dallas traded their 1st round pick (#22) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 2nd round pick (#36) and 2008 1st round pick

3927 vs. 2250 + 1677 = 3927

4.      Philadelphia traded their 1st round pick (#26) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 2nd round pick (#36), 3rd round pick (#87), and 5th round pick (#159)

3066 vs. 2250 + 630 + 136 + 50 bonus = 3066

5.      New England traded their 1st round pick (#28) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 4th round pick (#110) and 2008 1st round pick.

2540 vs. 342 + 1677 = 2019  New England made two trades in this draft in which they greatly gambled on future picks ignoring the NFL Discounting rule.  While the chart doesn’t reflect it, in this case they gambled correctly receiving pick #7 in the 2007 Draft.  If the future pick were valued at #7 round 2, it would be 2540 vs. 2452

6.      Oakland traded their 2nd  round pick (#33) to Arizona for the Cardinals 2nd round pick (#38) and 4th round pick (#105)

2540 vs. 2130 + 410 = 2540

7.      Detroit traded their 2nd round pick (#34) to Buffalo for the Bills’ 2nd round pick (#43) and 3rd round pick (#74)

2500 vs. 1800 + 700 = 2500

8.      Chicago traded their 2nd round pick (#37) to San Diego for the Chargers’ 2nd round pick (#62), 3rd round pick (#93), 5th round (#167), and 2008 3rd round pick

2200 vs. 1135 + 496 + 106 + 313 + 150 bonus = 2200

9.      Minnesota traded their 2nd round pick (#41) to Atlanta for the Falcons’ 2nd round pick (#44) and 4th round pick (#121)

2070 vs. 1778 + 292 = 2070

10.  San Francisco traded their 2nd round pick (#42)  to Indianapolis for the Colts’ 4th round pick (#126) and 2008 1st round pick

 1872 vs. 1677 + 195 = 1872

11.  Green Bay traded their 2nd round pick (#47) and 7th round pick (#235) to the NY Jets for the Jets’ 2nd round pick (#63), 3rd round pick (#89), and 6th round pick (#191)

1745 +5 = 1750 vs. 1125 + 540 + 85 = 1750

12.  Dallas traded their 2nd round pick (#53) and 6th round pick (#195) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 3rd round pick (#67), 4th round pick (#103), and 6th round pick (#178)

1379 + 45 = 1424 vs. 905 + 430 + 89 = 1424

13.  Detroit traded their 2nd round pick (#58) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 3rd round pick (#66) and 5th round pick (#145)

1216 vs. 1051 + 165 = 1216

14.  Baltimore traded their 2nd round pick (#61) to Detroit for the Lions’ 3rd round pick (#74) and 4th round pick (#101)

1143 vs. 700 + 443 = 1143

15.  Denver traded their 3rd round pick (#86) to Baltimore for the Ravens’ 4th round pick (#101), 5th round pick (#166), and 6th round pick (#203)

660 vs. 443 + 132 + 35 + 50 bonus = 660

16.  New England traded their 3rd round pick (#91) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 7th round pick (#211) and 2008 3rd round pick

525 vs. 313 + 35 = 348   This is the 2nd trade for a future pick NE made failing to use the NFL Discounting Rule.  The gamble paid off again as the pick they received was the 6th pick in the 3rd round (#69).

17.  Tampa Bay traded their 4th round pick (#102) to Minnesota for the Vikings 4th round pick (#106) and 6th round pick (#182)

433 vs. 345 + 88 = 433

18.  Houston traded their 4th round pick (#107) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 4th round pick (#123) and 5th round pick (#163)

345 vs. 210 + 135 = 345

19.  Green Bay traded their 4th round pick (#112) to Pittsburgh for the Steelers’ 4th round pick (#119) and 6th round pick (#192)

340 vs. 295 + 45 = 340

20.  St. Louis traded their 4th round pick (#117) to Detroit for the Lions’ two 5th round picks (#139 and #154)

311 vs. 175 + 136 = 311

21.  Minnesota traded their 4th round pick (#121) to Denver for the Broncos 6th round pick (#176), 7th round pick (#233) and 2008 3rd round pick

292 vs. 313 + 90 + 5 + 50 bonus = 458  This trade violates the NFL Discounting rule.  A future 4th or leaving out the 6th round pick would have been in accordance with the rule.

22.  Atlanta traded their 5th round pick (#149) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars three 6th round picks (#194, #198 and #203)

170  vs. 45 + 40 + 35 + 50 bonus = 170

23.  Cleveland traded their 6th round pick (#195) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 6th round pick (#200) and 7th round pick (#234)

 45 vs. 40 + 5 = 45

Trades Involving Players

1.      Atlanta traded QB Matt Schaub and 1st round pick (#10) to Houston for the Texans’ 1st round pick (#8), 2nd round pick (#39), and 2008 2nd round pick

6300 + 2110 +677 = 9087 vs. 5700 + 3387 = 9087  Schaub valued at 3387 points,  Pick #25

2.      New England traded WR Deon Branch to Seattle for the Seahawks’ 1st round pick (#24)

3677 vs. 3677  Branch valued at 3677 points.  Pick #24

3.      Chicago traded RB Thomas Jones to the NY Jets for the Jets’ 2nd round pick (#37)

2200 vs. 2200  Jones valued at 2200 points.  Pick #37

4.      Miami traded WR Wes Welker to New England for the Patriots’ 2nd round pick (#60) and 7th round pick (#238)

1161 + 4 = 1165 vs. 1165  Welker valued at 1165 points.  Pick #60

5.      Indianapolis traded DT Anthony McFarland to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 2nd round pick (#64)

1109 vs. 1109  McFarland valued at 1109 points.  Pick #64

6.      Denver traded WR Ashley Lelie to Washington for the Redskins’ 3rd round pick (#70), and 2008 4th round pick

816 + 137 = 953 vs. 953  Lelie valued at 953 points.  Pick #67

7.      St. Louis traded CB Dante Hall to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ 3rd round pick (#84) and 5th round pick (#148)

666 + 165 = 831 vs. 831  Hall valued at 831 points.  Pick #69

8.      Buffalo traded RB Willis McGahee to Baltimore for the Ravens’ 3rd round pick (#92), 7th round pick (#239) and 2008 3rd round pick.

515 + 4 + 313 + 50 bonus = 882 vs. 882 McGahee valued at 882 points.  Pick #68

9.      Detroit traded QB Josh McCown and WR Mike Williams to Oakland for the Raiders’ 4th round pick (#105)

410 vs. 410  McCown and Williams together valued at 410 points.  Pick #105

2006                    For the 2006 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2006.htm

1.      St. Louis traded their 1st round pick (#11) to Denver for the Broncos’ 1st round pick (#15) and 3rd round pick (#68)

5100 vs. 4200 + 900 = 5100

2.      Cleveland traded their 1st round pick (#12) to Baltimore for the Ravens’ 1st round pick (#13) and 6th round pick (#181)

4800 vs. 4730 +70 = 4800

3.      Denver traded their 1st round pick (#22) to San Francisco for the 49ers 2nd round pick (#37) and 3rd round pick (#68) (Pre-Draft trade)

3560 vs 2660 + 900 = 3560

4.      NY Giants traded their 1st round pick (#25) to Pittsburgh for the Steelers’ 1st round pick (#32), 3rd round pick (#96), and 4th round pick (#129)

3525 vs. 2800 + 500 + 175 + 50 bonus = 3525

5.      Chicago traded their 1st round pick (#26) to Buffalo for the Bills’ 2nd round pick (#42) and 3rd round pick (#73)

3350 vs. 2575 + 775 = 3350

6.      NY Jets traded their 2nd round pick (#35) to Washington for the Redskins’ 2nd round pick (#53), 6th round pick (#189), and 2007 2nd round pick

2740 vs. 1905 + 60 + 725 + 50 bonus = 2740

7.      Green Bay traded their 2nd round pick (#36) to New England for the Patriots’ 2nd round pick (#52) and 3rd round pick (#75)

2710 vs. 1950 + 760 = 2710

8.      Green Bay traded their 2nd round pick (#37) and 5th round pick (#139) to Atlanta for the Falcons 2nd round pick (#47), 3rd round pick (#93) and 5th round pick (#148)

2660 + 130 = 2790 vs. 2176 + 525 + 89 = 2790

9.      Tennessee traded their 2nd round pick (#39) to Philadelphia for the Eagles’ 2nd round pick (#45) and 4th round pick (#116)

2600 vs. 2220 + 380 = 2600

10.  Baltimore traded their 2nd round pick (#44) to the NY Giants for the Giants’ 2nd round pick (#56) and 3rd round pick (#87)

2440 vs. 1850 + 590 = 2440

11.  Dallas traded their 2nd round pick (#49) to the NY Jets for the Jets’ 2nd round pick  (#53), 6th round pick (#189) and 7th round pick (#211)

2057 vs. 1905 + 60 + 42 + 50 bonus = 2057

12.  Pittsburgh traded their 2nd round pick (#64) to Minnesota for the Vikings’ 3rd round picks (#83 and #95)

1150 vs. 630 + 520 = 1150

13.  NY Jets traded their 3rd round pick (#71) to Philadelphia for the Eagles 3rd round pick (#76) and 7th round pick (#220)

785 vs. 755 + 30 = 785

14.  Dallas traded their 3rd round pick (#80) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ 3rd round pick (#92) and 4th round pick (#125)

740 vs. 545 + 195 = 740

15.  Green Bay traded their 3rd round pick (#93) to St. Louis for the Rams’ 4th round pick (#109) and 6th round pick (#183)

525 vs. 460 + 65 = 525

16.  Detroit traded their 4th round pick (#106) to New England for the Patriots 5th round pick (#145) and 6th round pick (#206)

469 vs. 101 + 43 = 144  This was a Pre-Draft trade.  The market values obviously changed during the draft.  See in Trade #17 Green Bay received two picks of much higher value for pick #109.  Only way to make this one work is to value picks #145 and #115 the same and that throws out the rest of the table. As a result, I just valued the picks within the flow of the chart.

17.  Green Bay traded their 4th round pick (#109) to Philadelphia for the Eagles 4th round pick (#115) and 6th round pick (#185)

460 vs. 400 + 60 = 460

18.  NY Jets traded their 5th round pick (#138) to Dallas for the Cowboys’  5th round pick (#150) and 6th round pick (#189)

144 vs. 84 + 60 = 144

19.  Jacksonville traded their 6th round pick (#197) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ two 7th round picks (#213 and #236)

52 vs. 36 + 16 = 52

20.  Tennessee traded their 7th round pick (#238) to Indianapolis for the Colts’ 2007 6th round pick

14 vs. 25  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

Trades Involving Players

1.      In a three-way trade, The New York Jets traded DE John Abraham to Atlanta and received 1st round pick (#29) from Denver, Atlanta traded their 1st round pick (#15) to Denver and received Abraham and 3rd round pick (#93) and 4th round pick (#121) from Denver, and Denver received 1st round pick (#15) from Atlanta.

Denver: 4200 vs. 3275 + 525 + 350 + 50 bonus = 4200

NY Jets: 3275 vs. 3275  Abraham valued at 3275 points.  Pick #29

Atlanta: 3275 + 525 + 350 + 50 bonus = 4200 vs. 4200

2.      Cleveland traded OC Jeff Faine and 2nd round pick (#43) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 2nd round pick (#34)

2860 vs. 2507 + 353 = 2860  Faine valued at 353 points  Pick #121

3.      Green Bay traded WR Javon Walker to Denver for the Broncos 2nd round pick (#37)

2660 vs. 2660  Walker valued at 2660 points  Pick #37

4.      Minnesota traded QB Daunte Culpepper to Miami for the Dolphins’ 2nd round pick (#51)

1984 vs. 1984 Culpepper worth 1984 points. Pick #51

5.      Buffalo traded RB Travis Henry to Tennessee for the Titans’ 3rd round pick (#70)

790 vs. 790  Henry valued at 790 points pick #70

6.      San Francisco traded WR Brandon Lloyd to Washington for the Redskins’ 3rd round pick (#84) and 2007 4th round pick

620 + 85 = 705  vs. 705  Lloyd valued at 705 points.  Pick #81

7.      Philadelphia traded DT Hollis Thomas and 4th round pick (#108) to New Orleans’ for the Saints’ 4th round pick (#99)

490 vs. 463 + 27 = 490  Hollis valued at 27 points.  Pick #223

8.      Philadelphia traded OG Artis Hicks and their 4th round pick (#127) to Minnesota for the Vikings 4th round pick (#115) and 6th round pick (#185)

400 + 60  = 460 vs. 185 + 275 = 460  Hicks valued at 275 points.  Pick #123

2005                    For the 2005 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2005.htm

1.      Houston  traded their 1st round pick (#13) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 1st round pick (#16) and 2006 3rd round pick

5140 vs. 4900 + 240 = 5140

2.      Seattle traded their 1st round pick (#23) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 1st round pick (#26) and 4th round pick (#105)

3050 vs. 2700 + 350 = 3050

3.      Denver traded their 1st round pick (#25) to Washington for the Redskins’ 3rd round pick (#76), and 2006 1st and 4th round pick

2758 vs. 869 + 1756 + 83 + 50 = 2758

4.      Tennessee traded their 2nd round pick (#37) to Detroit for the Lions’ 2nd round pick (#41) and 4th round pick (#113)

2388 vs. 2100 + 288 = 2388

5.      Carolina traded their 2nd round pick (#45) to Seattle for the Seahawks’ 2nd round pick (#54) and two  4th round picks (#121 and #126)

1947 vs. 1459 + 225 + 213 + 50 bonus = 1947

6.      New England traded their 2nd round pick (#64) to Baltimore for the Ravens’ 3rd round pick (#84), 6th round pick (#195), and 2006 3rd round pick

975 vs. 635 + 50 + 240 + 50 bonus = 975

7.      Green Bay traded their 3rd round pick (#89) to Carolina for the Panthers’ two 4th round picks (#115 and #126)

486 vs. 273 + 213 = 486

8.      Philadelphia traded their 3rd round pick (#94) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 4th round pick (#102) and 6th round pick (#175)

442 vs. 370 + 72 = 442

9.      Washington traded their 4th round pick (#112) to Minnesota for the Vikings 4th round pick (#120) and 5th round pick (#154)

311 vs. 230 + 81 = 311

10.  Jacksonville traded their 4th round pick (#123) to the NY Jets for the Jets’ 4th round pick (#127) and 6th round pick (#185)

225 vs. 170 + 55 = 225

11.  Green Bay traded their  4th round pick (#126) to Philadelphia for the Eagles’ 5th round pick (#167), 6th round pick (#175) and 7th round pick (#245)

213 vs. 78 + 72 + 13 + 50 bonus = 213

12.  Philadelphia traded their 4th round pick (#132) and a 2006 6th round pick to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 5th round pick (#148) and a 2006 4th round pick

155 + 18 = 173 vs. 90 + 83 = 173

13.  Tampa Bay traded their 5th round pick (#144) to St. Louis for the Rams’ 5th round pick (#155) and 7th round pick (#231)

97 vs. 80 + 17 = 97

14.  New England traded their 5th round pick (#145) and 6th round pick (#206) to Detroit for the Lions’ 2006 4th round pick

83 vs. 95 + 28 = 123  This trade very loosely follows the NFL Discounting Rule.  Picks #145 and #206 add up to very high 5th round value.  Very generous on New England’s part.

15.  Philadelphia traded their 5th round pick (#148) to Indianapolis for the Colts’ 2006 4th round pick

90 vs. 83  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

16.  Green Bay traded their 6th round pick (#175) to New England for the Patriots 6th round pick (#195) and 7th round pick (#246)

72 vs. 50 + 13 = 63  Pick #175 got traded three times from the 4th round on.  I got it to work two out of three.

17.  New England traded their 6th round pick (#175) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 7th round pick (#230) and 2006 5th round pick

72 vs. 19 + 53 = 72

Trades Involving Players

1.      Miami traded CB Patrick Surtain and 5th round pick (#138) to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ 2nd round pick (#46)

1892 vs. 125 + 1767 = 1892  Surtain valued at 1767 points.  Pick #48

2.      Oakland traded TE Doug Jolley and two 6th round picks (#182 and #185) to the New York Jets for The Jets Round 1 pick (#26) and 7th round pick (#230)

2700 + 19 = 2719 vs. 58 + 55 + 2606 = 2719 Jolley valued at 2606 points.  Pick # 29

3.      Oakland traded CB Philip Buchanan to Houston for the Texans’ 2nd round pick (#47) and 3rd round pick (#78)

1837 + 837 = 2674 vs. 2674  Buchanan value at 2674 points.  Pick # 27

2004                    For the 2004 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2004.htm

1.      San Diego traded the rights to the (#1) overall pick (Eli Manning) to the NY Giants’ for the rights to the Giants 1st round pick (Philip Rivers), 3rd round pick (#65), 2005 1st round pick, and 2005 5th round pick

11055 vs. 8101 + 1000 + 1710 + 94 + 150 bonus = 11055

2.      Detroit traded their 1st round pick (#6) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 1st round pick (#7) and 2nd round pick (#37)

8000 vs. 5650 + 2350 = 8000

3.      San Francisco traded their 1st round pick (#16) to Philadelphia for the Eagles’ 1st round pick (#28) and 2nd round pick (#58)

4272 vs. 3142 + 1130 = 4272

4.      Minnesota traded their 1st round pick (#19) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 1st round pick (#20) and 5th round pick (#119)

4180 vs. 3955 + 225 = 4180

5.      Dallas traded their 1st round pick (#22) to Buffalo for the Bills’ 2nd round pick (#43), 5th round (#144) and 2005 1st round pick

3918 vs. 2026 + 132 + 1710 + 50 bonus = 3918

6.      Cincinnati traded their 1st round pick (#24) to St. Louis for the Rams’ 1st round pick (#26) and 4th round pick (#123)

3700 vs. 3500 + 200 = 3700

7.      Tennessee traded their 1st round pick (#27) and 5th round pick (#159) to Houston for the Texans’ 2nd round pick (#40), 3rd round pick (#71), 4th round pick (#103) and 5th round pick (#138)

3418 + 118 = 3536 vs. 2190 + 800 + 360 + 136 + 50 bonus = 3536

8.      San Francisco traded their 1st round pick (#28) to Carolina for the Panthers’ 1st round pick (#31) and 4th round pick (#127)

3142 vs. 2950 + 192 = 3142

9.      Indianapolis traded their 1st round pick (#29) and 3rd round pick (#90) to Atlanta for the Falcons’ 2nd round pick (#38), 3rd round pick (#69) and 4th round pick (#125)

3005 + 466 = 3471 vs. 2300 + 975 + 196 = 3471

10.  Kansas City traded their 1st round pick (#30) to Detroit for the Lions’ 2nd round pick (#36), 4th round pick (#105), and 2005 5th round pick

2973 vs. 2489 + 340 + 94 + 50 bonus = 2973

11.  Indianapolis traded their 2nd round pick (#38) to Pittsburgh for the Steelers’ 2nd round pick (#44) and 4th round pick (#107)

2300 vs. 2012 + 288 = 2300

12.  New Orleans traded their 2nd round pick (#48) to Minnesota for the Vikings 2nd round pick (#50) and 5th round pick (#151)

1750 vs. 1621 + 129 = 1750

13.  Green Bay traded their 2nd round pick (#55) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ 3rd round pick (#70) and 4th round pick (#102)

1266 vs. 870 + 396 = 1266

14.  Indianapolis traded their 2nd round pick (#59) and 5th round pick (#161) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 3rd round pick (#68), 5th round pick (#141), and  6th round pick (#173)

1110 + 112 = 1222 vs. 983 + 132 + 107 = 1222

15.  Jacksonville traded their 3rd round pick (#72) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 3rd round pick (#86) and 4th round pick (#118)

760 vs. 530 + 230 = 760

16.  New Orleans’ traded their 3rd round pick (#81) and 5th round pick (#151) to Washington for the Redskins’ 5th round pick (#139) and 2005 2nd round pick

644 + 129 = 773 vs. 134 + 662 = 796  This trade loosely follows the NFL Discounting Rule.  The teams added an exchange of 5th round picks

17.  Minnesota traded their 3rd round pick (#82) to Baltimore for the Ravens’ 3rd round pick (#88) and 5th round pick (#155)

 636 vs. 507 + 129 = 636

18.  Miami traded their 3rd round pick (#87) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 4th round pick (#102) and 5th round pick (#153)

525 vs. 396 + 129 = 525

19.  Chicago traded their 4th round pick (#104) to San Francisco  for the 49ers’ 4th round pick (#112) and 5th round pick (#147)

360 vs. 230 + 130 =360

20.  Miami traded their 5th round pick (#153) to Baltimore for the Ravens’ 5th round pick (#160) and 7th round pick (#222)

129 vs. 113 + 16 = 129

21.  Dallas traded their 5th round pick (#156) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 6th round pick (#182) and 7th round pick (#206)

128 vs. 94 + 34 = 128

22.  Houston traded their 5th round pick (#159) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ 6th round pick (#175) and 7th round pick (#210)

118 vs. 95 + 23 = 118

23.  Atlanta traded their 6th round pick (#174) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 6th round pick (#186) and 7th round pick (#219)

106 vs. 90 + 16 = 106

24.  San Francisco traded their 6th round pick (#179) to Green Bay for the Packers’6th round pick (#188) and 7th round pick (#226)

95 vs. 79 + 16 = 95

25.  Dallas traded their 6th round pick (#182) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 7th round picks (#205 and #223)

94 vs. 79 + 16 = 94

Trades Involving Players

1.      Philadelphia traded OG John Welbourn to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ 5th round pick (#162) and 2005 4th round pick

111 + 130 = 241 vs. 241  Welbourn valued at 241 points.  Pick #111

2.      Tampa Bay traded FB Darian Barnes and their 7th round pick (#216) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 7th round pick (#206)

34 vs. 18 + 16 = 34  Barnes valued at 16 points.  Pick #219

2003                    For the 2003 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2003.htm

1.      Chicago traded their 1st round pick (#4) to the New York Jets for the Jets’ two 1st round picks (#13 and #22) and 4th round pick (#116) (Pre-Draft trade)

9500 vs. 5200 + 3975 + 275 + 50 bonus = 9500

2.      Arizona traded their 1st round pick (#6), 2nd round pick (#37), and 4th round pick (#102) to New Orleans’ for the Saints’ two 1st round picks (#17 and #18) and 2nd round pick (#54)

7425 + 2520 + 333 = 10278  vs.  4438 + 4300 + 1540 = 10278

3.      Chicago traded their 1st round pick (#13) to New England for the Patriots’  1st round pick (#14) and 6th round pick (#193)

5200 vs. 5145 + 55 = 5200

4.      San Diego traded their 1st round pick (#15) to Philadelphia for the Eagles’ 1st round pick (#30) and 2nd round pick (#62)

4860 vs. 3510 + 1350 = 4860

5.      Kansas City traded their 1st round pick (#16) to Pittsburgh for the Steelers’ 1st round pick (#27), 3rd round pick (#92), and 6th round pick (#200)

4576 vs. 3965 + 506 + 55 + 50 bonus = 4576

6.      New England traded their 1st round pick (#19) to Baltimore for the Ravens’ 2nd round pick (#41) and 2004 1st round pick

4101 vs. 2341 + 1760 = 4101

7.      Houston traded their 2nd round pick (#36) and 4th round pick (#117) to New England for the Patriots’ 2nd round pick (#41) and 3rd round pick (#75)

2729 + 274 = 3003 vs. 2341 + 662= 3003

8.      Carolina traded their 2nd round pick (#45) to New England for the Patriots’ 2nd round pick (#50) and 4th round pick (#120)

1973 vs. 1700 + 273= 1973

9.      Washington traded their 3rd round pick (#75) and 2004 4th round pick to New England for the Patriots’ 3rd round pick (#81) and 5th round pick (#140)

662 + 150 = 812 vs. 650 + 162 = 812

10.  New England traded their 3rd round pick (#78) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 2004 2nd round pick

661 vs. 650 This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

11.  Buffalo traded their 3rd round pick (#79) to Green Bay for their 3rd round pick (#94) and 4th round pick (#127)

660 vs. 482 + 178 = 660

12.  Denver traded their 3rd round pick (#82) to Carolina for the Panthers’ 4th round picks (#108 and #120) and 7th round pick (#227)

630 vs. 278 + 273 + 29 + 50 bonus = 630

13.  Houston traded their 3rd round pick (#83) and 7th round pick (#262) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 2004 2nd round pick

620 + 5 = 627  vs. 650  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

14.  Denver traded their 4th round pick (#120) to New England for the Patriots’ 4th round pick (#128) and 5th round pick (#157)

273 vs. 164+ 109 = 273

15.  Houston traded their 5th round pick (#138) to Indianapolis for the Colts’ 2004 4th round pick

164 vs. 150  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

16.  Jacksonville traded their 5th round pick (#143) to Chicago for the Bears’ 6th round picks (#176 and #193) and 7th round pick (#218)

160 vs. 55 + 55 + 30 + 50 bonus = 190    As close as I could get it.

17.  Seattle traded their 5th round pick (#147) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 5th round pick (#165) and 6th round pick (#203)

154 vs. 100 + 54 = 154

18.  Kansas City traded their 5th round pick (#150) and 6th round pick (#200) to the NY Jets for the Jets’ 5th round pick (#153) and 6th round pick (#189)

150 + 55 = 205 vs. 150 + 55 = 205

19.  New England traded their 5th round pick (#154) and 7th round pick (#225) to Tennessee for the Titans’ 5th round pick (#164), 6th round pick (#201), and 7th round pick (#243)

147 + 30 = 177 vs. 102 + 55 + 20 = 177

20.  Philadelphia traded their 5th round pick (#166) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 6th round pick (#185) and 7th round pick (#244)

75 vs. 55 + 20 = 75

21.  Carolina traded their 6th round pick (#181) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 7th round picks (#226 and #247)

55 vs. 30 + 20 = 50

22.  Philadelphia traded their 7th round pick (#245) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 2004 6th round pick

20 vs. 26   This trade follows the NFL Discounting rule

2002                    For the 2002 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2002.htm

1.      Dallas traded their 1st round pick (#6) to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ 1st round pick (#8), 3rd round pick (#75) and 2003 6th round pick

7160 vs. 6300 + 757 + 53 + 50 bonus = 7128

2.      Tennessee traded their 1st round pick (#14) to the NY Giants 1st round pick (#15) and 4th round pick (#110)

5040 vs. 4725 + 315 = 5040

3.      Atlanta traded their 1st round pick (#17) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 1st round pick (#18) and 5th round pick (#158)

4394 vs. 4284 + 110 = 4394

4.      Washington traded their 1st round pick (#18) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 1st round pick (#21) and 3rd round pick (#89) (Pre-Draft trade)

4284 vs. 3735 + 549 = 4284

5.      Seattle traded their 1st round pick (#20) and 5th round pick (#156) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 1st round pick (#28) and 2nd round pick (#60)

4250 + 114 = 4364 vs. 3214 +1150= 4364

6.      Washington traded their 1st round pick (#21) to New England for the Patriots’ 1st round pick (#32), 3rd round pick (#96) and 7th round pick (#234)

3735 vs. 3205 + 430 + 50 + 50 bonus = 3735

7.      Washington traded their 2nd round pick (#52) and 3rd round pick (#96) to Baltimore for the Ravens’ 2nd round pick (#56), 3rd round pick (#87), and 5th round pick (#159)

1639 + 430 = 2069 vs. 1375 + 585 + 109 = 2069

8.      San Francisco traded their 2nd round pick (#61) to Buffalo for the Bills’ 3rd round pick (#69) and 4th round pick (#102)

1100 vs. 770 + 330 = 1100

9.      Chicago traded their 2nd round pick (#63) and 4th round pick (#129) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 3rd round pick (#72), 4th round pick (#104)and 5th round pick (#140)

1067 + 144 = 1211 vs. 765 + 326 + 120 = 1211

10.  Carolina traded their 3rd round pick (#67) to Cincinnati for the Bengals’ 3rd round pick (#73) and 5th round pick (#145)

875 vs. 760 + 115 = 875

11.  Jacksonville traded their 3rd round pick (#79) to Washington for the Redskins’ third round pick (#89) and 4th round pick (#118)

749 vs. 549 + 200 = 749

12.  Baltimore traded their 3rd round pick (#96) to Denver for the Broncos’ 4th round pick (#112) and 5th round pick (#155)

430 vs. 315 + 115 = 430

13.  Houston traded their 4th round pick (#116) to Atlanta for the Falcons’ 2003 3rd round pick

251 vs. 275  This traded follows the NFL Discounting Rule

14.  Denver traded their 4th round pick (#117) to New England for the Patriots’ 4th round pick (#131) and 5th round pick (#144)

236 vs. 120 + 116 = 236

15.  Oakland traded their 4th round pick (#122) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 5th round pick (#147) and 6th round pick (#189)

178 vs. 115 + 63= 178

16.  New England traded their 6th round pick (#168) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 7th round pick (#237) and 2003 5th round pick.

100 vs. 37 + 63 = 100     This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

 

Trades Involving Players

1.      Jacksonville traded their 3rd round pick (#76) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 3rd round pick and LB Wali Rainer.

722 vs. 715 + 7 = 722  Rainer valued at 7 points.  Pick #255

2001                    For the 2001 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2001.htm

1.      Seattle traded their 1st round pick (#7) and 6th round pick (#191) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 1st round pick (#9), 3rd round pick (#82) and 7th round pick (#222)

6812 + 52 = 6864 vs. 6266 + 590 + 8 = 6864

2.      Buffalo traded their 1st round pick (#14) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 1st round pick (#21) and 2nd round pick (#51)

5451 vs. 3850 + 1601 = 5451

3.      Pittsburgh traded their 1st round pick (#16) to the NY Jets for the Jets’ 1st round pick (#19), 4th round pick (#111), and 6th round pick (#181)

4500 vs. 4135 + 256 + 59 + 50 bonus = 4500

4.      Indianapolis traded their 1st round pick (#22) to the NY Giants for the Giants’ 1st round pick (#30), 3rd round pick (#91), and 6th round pick (#193)

 3750 vs. 3150 + 500 + 50 + 50 bonus = 3750

5.      Dallas traded their 2nd round pick (#37) to Indianapolis for the Colts’ 2nd round pick (#52) and 3rd round pick (#81)

2210 vs. 1605 + 605= 2210

6.      New England traded their 2nd round pick (#39) to Pittsburgh for the Steelers’ 2nd round pick (#50) and 4th round pick (#112)

2100 vs. 1853 + 247 = 2100

7.      San Francisco traded their 2nd round pick (#41), 3rd round pick (#71) and 4th round pick (#105) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 2nd round pick (#47), 3rd round picks (#80 and #82), 6th round pick (#179) and 7th round pick (#222)

2100 + 795 + 365 = 3260 vs. 1914 + 638 + 590 + 60 + 8 + 50 bonus = 3260

8.      Detroit traded their 2nd round pick (#48) to New England for the Patriots’ 2nd round pick (#50) and 6th round pick (#173)

1914 vs. 1853 + 61 = 1793

9.      Buffalo traded their 2nd round pick (#51) to Denver for the Broncos’ 2nd round pick (#58) and 4th round pick (#110)

1605 vs. 1340 + 265 = 1605

10.  Dallas traded their 2nd round pick (#52) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 2nd round pick (#56) and 4th round pick (#122)

1517 vs. 1354 + 163 = 1517

11.  New Orleans traded their 2nd round pick (#53) to Dallas for the two 3rd round picks (#70 and #81)

1400 vs. 795 + 605 = 1400

12.  NY Giants traded their 2nd round pick (#61) to the Detroit Lions’ for the 3rd round pick (#78) and 4th round pick (#114)

914 vs. 675 + 239 = 914

13.  New England traded their 3rd round pick (#69) to Minnesota for the Vikings’ 3rd round pick (#86) and 4th round pick (#119)

800 s. 590 + 210 = 800

14.  Philadelphia traded their 3rd round pick (#88) and 6th round pick (#187) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 2002 2nd round pick

560 + 56 = 616 vs. 665  This trade follows the NFL Discounting rule

15.  San Diego traded their 4th round pick (#96) to New England for the Patriots’ 4th round pick (#112) and 5th round pick (#139)

377 vs. 247 + 130 = 377

16.  Washington traded their 5th round pick (#145) to St. Louis for the Rams’ 5th round pick (#154) and 6th round pick (#186)

118 vs. 61 + 57 = 118

17.  New England traded their 5th round pick (#149) to Detroit for the Lions’ 6th round pick (#180) and 7th round pick (#216)

98 vs. 60 + 38 = 98

18.  New England traded their 6th round pick (#170) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ 2002 5th round pick

 61 vs. 60  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

19.  Denver traded their three 7th round selections (#215, #219, and #226) to Atlanta for the Falcons’ 2002 4th round pick

38 + 8 + 7+ 50 bonus = 103 vs. 103

The three 7th round picks add up to a late 5th so this trade follows thee NFL Discounting Rule

Trades Involving Players

1.      San Diego traded their 1st round pick (#1) to Atlanta for the Falcons’ 1st round pick (#5), 3rd round pick (#67), 2002 2nd round pick, and WR Tim Dwight

10000 vs. 8000 + 828 + 665 + 357 + 150 bonus  Dwight valued at 357 points.  Pick #105  (4th  round so 50 bonus)

2.      Arizona traded CB Aeneas Williams to t. Louis for the Rams’2nd round pick (#54) and 4th round pick (#123)

1368 + 161 = 1529 Williams valued at 1529 points.  Pick #52

2000                    For the 2000 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/2000.htm

1.      San Francisco traded their 1st round pick (#3) to Washington for the Redskins’ two first round picks (#12 and #24)

8000 vs. 4990 + 3110 = 8000

2.      Denver traded their 1st round pick (#10) to Baltimore for the Ravens’ 1st round pick (#15) and 2nd round pick (#45)

5347 vs. 3522 + 1825 = 5347

3.      San Francisco traded their 1st  round pick (#12) to the NY Jets for the Jets’ 1st round pick (#16) and 2nd round pick (#48)

4990 vs. 3315 + 1675 = 4990

4.      Carolina traded their 2nd round pick (#51) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 2nd round pick (#57) and 4th round pick (#120)

1592 vs. 1320 + 272 = 1592

5.      Tennessee traded their 2nd round pick (#61) to Philadelphia for the Eagles’ 3rd round pick (#68) and 5th round pick (#135)

1095 vs. 915 + 180  = 1095

6.      Seattle traded their 3rd round pick (#86) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 4th  round pick (#119) and 5th round pick (#154)

570 vs. 277 + 124 = 401  No way to make this trade and trade #7 work without flattening the entire 4th through 7th rounds.  In trade 7, two picks higher than #119 and #154, (#108 and #132) were traded for a lower pick (#98).  Since trade 7 better fit with other trades, I valued the pick in trade 6 at values that fell within the flow of the table.

7.      San Francisco traded their 4th round pick (#98) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 4th round pick (#108) and 5th round pick (#132)

515 vs. 325 + 190 = 515

8.      Chicago traded their 4th round pick (#104) to St. Louis for the Rams’ 4th round pick (#125), 5th round pick (#150) and 7th round pick (#225)

437 vs. 210 + 145 + 32 + 50 bonus = 437

9.      Philadelphia traded their 4th round pick (#111) to San Diego for the Chargers’ 2001 3rd round pick

320 vs. 320  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

10.  New Orleans traded their 5th round pick (#138) to Indianapolis for the Colts’ 5th round pick (#158) and 6th round pick (#195)

158 vs. 104 + 54 = 158

11.  Chicago traded their 5th round pick (#150) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 6th round pick (#170) and 7th round pick (#209)

145 vs. 95 + 50 = 145

12.  Seattle traded their 5th round pick (#154) to Denver for the Broncos’ 6th round pick (#175) and 7th round pick (#231)

124 vs. 92 + 32 = 124

13.  Chicago traded their two 7th round picks (#209 and #225) to Cleveland for the Browns three 7th round picks (#223, 232, and 254)

50 + 32 = 82 vs. 36 + 31 + 15 = 82

14.  New England traded their 7th round pick (#212) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 2001 6th round pick

45 s. 36  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

15.  Seattle traded their 7th round pick (#231) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 2001 6th round pick

32 vs. 36  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

1999                    For the 1999 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/1999.htm

1.      Washington traded their 1st round pick (#5) to New Orleans for the Saints” 1st round pick (#12), 3rd round pick (#71), 4th round pick (#107), 5th round pick (#144), 6th round pick (#179), 7th round pick (#218), 2000 1st round pick, and 2000 3rd round pick

8947 vs. 5155 + 822 + 293+ 92 + 57 + 28 + 1843 + 257+ 400 bonus = 8947

2.      Chicago traded their 1st round pick (#7) to Washington for the Redskins’ 1st round pick (#12), 3rd round pick (#71), 4th round pick (#106), and 5th round pick (#143)

6471 vs. 5155 + 822 + 301 + 93 + 100 bonus = 6471

3.      Seattle traded their 1st round pick (#17) to New England for the Patriots’ 1st round pick (#20), 3rd round pick (#82), and 6th round pick (#191)

4677 vs. 4000 + 595 + 32 + 50 bonus = 4677

4.      Seattle traded their 1st round pick (#20) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 1st round pick (#22) and 5th round pick (#140)

4000 vs. 3904 + 96 = 4000

5.      Miami traded their 1st round pick (#24) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 1st round pick (#27) and 5th round pick (#134)

3545 vs. 3435 + 110 = 3545

6.      Miami traded their 1st round pick (#27) to Detroit for the Lions’ 2nd round pick (#39), 3rd round pick (#70), and 5th round pick (#142)

3435 vs. 2462 + 829 + 94 + 50 bonus = 3435

7.      Chicago traded their 2nd round pick (#37) to Washington for the Redskins’ 2nd round pick (#40) and 5th round pick (#144)

2503 vs. 2411 + 92 = 2503

8.      Chicago traded their 2nd round pick (#40) and 4th round pick (#102) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 2nd round pick (#48), 3rd round pick (#78), and 4th round pick (#111)

2411 + 333 = 2744 vs. 1813 + 670 + 261 =  2744

9.      Baltimore traded their 2nd round pick (#42) to Atlanta for the Falcons’ 2000 1st round pick

2257 vs. 1843  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

10.  Kansas City traded their 2nd round pick (#43) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 2nd round pick (#54) and 3rd round pick (#84) and 2000 6th round selection

2180 vs. 1535 + 572 + 23 + 50 bonus= 2180

11.  Pittsburgh traded their 2nd round pick (#44) to Minnesota for the Vikings’ 2nd round pick (#59), 3rd round pick (#73), and 5th round pick (#163)

2108 vs. 1174 + 795 + 89 + 50 bonus = 2108

12.  Tennessee traded their 2nd round pick (#46) to New England for the Patriots’ 2nd round pick (#52) and 4th round pick (#117)

1950 vs. 1737 + 213 = 1950

13.  Miami traded their 3rd round pick (#70) to Detroit for the Lions’ 3rd round pick (#72) and 7th round pick (#232)

829 vs. 815 + 14 = 829

14.  San Francisco traded their 4th round pick (#96) to Indianapolis for the Colts’ 4th round pick (#99) and 6th round pick (#171)

432 vs. 370 + 62 = 432

15.  Philadelphia traded their 5th round pick (#137) to Detroit for the Lions’ 2000 4th round pick

102 vs.92  This traded follows the NFL Discounting Rule

16.  Pittsburgh traded their two 5th round picks (#146 and #163) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 2000 3rd round pick

257 vs. 92 + 89 = 181  Since picks #146 and #163 add up to a 4th round pick, this trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

17.  Denver traded their 5th round pick (#165) to Washington for the Redskins’ 6th round pick (#179) and 7th round pick (#218)

85 vs. 57 + 28 = 85

18.  Cleveland traded their 6th round pick (#170) to Seattle for the Seahawks’ two 6th round picks (#187 and #191)

64 vs. 32 + 32 = 64

19.  Chicago traded their 6th round pick (#174) to Cleveland for the Browns’ 6th round pick (#184) and 7th round pick (#207)

60 vs. 32 + 28 = 60

20.  Tampa Bay traded their 6th round pick (#182) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ 6th round pick (#195) and 7th round pick (#233)

44 vs. 31 + 13 = 44

21.  Chicago traded their 7th round pick (#207) to Cleveland for the Browns’ two 7th round picks (#221 and #253)

 

1998                    For the 1998 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/1998.htm

1.      Arizona traded their 1st round pick (#2) to San Diego for the Chargers’ 1st round pick (#3), 2nd round pick (#33), 1999 1st round pick, Eric Metcalf and Patrick Sapp

10000 vs. 5032 + 2913 + 1855 + 200 bonus = 10000  No value was assigned to the players other than 50 bonus points as both players were at the tail end of their careers and considered “Throw-ins” in this famous Ryan Leaf trade.

2.      Miami traded their 1st round pick (#19) to Green Bay for the Packers’ 1st round pick (#29) and 2nd round pick (#60)

4325 vs. 3365 + 960 = 4325

3.      Tampa Bay traded their 1st round pick (#23) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 2nd two round picks (#34 and #59)

3950 vs. 2870 + 1080 = 3950

4.      NY Jets traded their 2nd round pick (#41) to Pittsburgh for the Steelers’ 2nd round pick (#56), 3rd round pick (#87) and 5th round pick (#149)

2185 vs. 1420 + 600 + 115 + 50 bonus = 2185

5.      Carolina traded their 2nd round pick (#44) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 2000 1st round pick

1960 vs. 768  This trade violates the NFL Discounting Rule.  It should have been a 1999 1st round pick.  As such no adjustment to the table was made to accommodate it

6.      Atlanta traded their 2nd round pick (#45) to Tampa By for the Buccaneers’ 2nd round pick (#53) and 4th round pick (#114)

1900 vs. 1660 + 240 = 1900

7.      San Diego traded their 2nd round pick (#59) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 2000 1st round pick

1080 vs. 768

 This trade violates the NFL Discounting Rule.  It should have been a 1999 1st, but Carolina and Miami set the market in trade #5 and San Diego gave up their 1999 #1 in trade #1

8.      Miami traded their 2nd round pick (#60) to Detroit for the Lions’ 3rd round pick (#79), 5th round pick (#143) and 6th round pick (#172)

960 vs. 700 + 125 + 85 + 50 bonus = 960

9.      NY Jets traded their 3rd round pick (#65) to St. Louis for the Rams’ 3rd round pick (#67) and 7th round pick (#195)

900 vs. 865 + 35 = 900

10.  Philadelphia traded their 3rd round pick (#70) to the NY Giants for the Giants’ 3rd round pick (#85) and 4th round pick (#116)

850 s. 620 + 230 = 850

11.  Baltimore traded their 4th round pick (#93) to Indianapolis for the Colts’ 4th round pick (#103) 5th round pick (#124) and 6th round pick (#154)

600 vs. 282 + 178 + 90 + 50 bonus = 600      

12.  Philadelphia traded their 4th round pick (#102) to Miami for the Dolphins’ 4th round pick (#112) and 5th round pick (#142)

375 vs. 250 + 125 = 375

13.  Baltimore traded their 4th round pick (#103) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 1999 3rd round pick

282 vs. 287  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

14.  Washington traded their 4th round pick (#109) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 4th round pick (#113) and 7th round pick (#191)

280 vs. 245 + 35 = 280

15.  Atlanta traded their 5th round pick (#137) to Pittsburgh for the Steelers’ three 7th round picks (#199, #203, and #215)

139 vs. 34 + 32 + 23 + 50 bonus = 139

16.  Seattle traded their 5th round pick (#138) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 6th  round pick (#162) and 7th round pick (#197)

125 vs. 90 + 35 =125

17.  Green Bay traded their 5th round pick (#152) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 5th round pick (#156) and 1999 6th round pick

115 vs. 90 + 25 = 115

18.  Philadelphia traded their 7th round pick (#200) to Denver for the Broncos’ 1999 6th round pick

33 vs. 25  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

19.  Atlanta traded their 7th round pick (#215) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 1999 6th round pick

23 vs. 25  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

1997                    For the 1997 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/1997.htm

1.      NY Jets traded their 1st round pick (#1) to St. Louis for the Rams’ 1st round pick (#6), 3rd round pick (#67), 4th round pick (#102) and 7th round pick (#207)

8794 vs. 7553 + 741 + 378 + 22 + 100 bonus = 8794

Note that pick (#6) was traded three times and picks 2 and 3 were also traded limiting maneuverability. As a result, the only possible way to make it work was to devalue the #1 pick.  This makes sense because the Rams’ way underpaid.  No way you trade away #1 without getting a future Round 1 pick.

2.      New Orleans traded their 1st round pick (#2) and 6th found pick (#166) to Oakland for WR Darryl Hobbs, their 1st round pick (#10), 2nd round pick (#39), and 4th round pick (#107)

8769 + 55 = 8824 vs. 25 (Hobbs) + 6700 + 1673 + 376 + 50 bonus = 8824

This trade was included despite including a player because of the number of picks and its value in determining the rest of the 1st round.  Hobbs was minimally valued as a throw-in

3.      Atlanta traded their 1st round pick (#3) and 3rd round pick (#63) to Seattle for the Seahawks’ 1st round pick (#11) 2nd round pick (#41), 3rd round pick (#70), and 4th round pick (#100)

8536 + 909 = 9445 vs. 6675 + 1600 + 740 + 380 + 50 bonus = 9445

4.      NY Jets traded their 1st round pick (#6) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ 1st round pick (#8) and 4th round pick (#104)

7553 vs. 7176 + 377 = 7553

5.      Tampa Bay traded their 1st round pick (#6) to Seattle for the Seahawks’ 1st round pick (#12) and 3rd  round pick (#63)

7553 vs. 6644 + 909 = 7553

6.      Houston traded their 1st round pick (#13) and 4th round pick (#110) to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ 1st round pick (#18), 3rd round pick (#81), 4th round pick (#116), and 6th round pick (#181)

6150 + 375  = 6525 vs. 5432 + 670 + 321 + 52 + 50 bonus = 6525

7.      Philadelphia traded their 1st round pick (#22) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 1st round pick (#25), 5th round pick (#155) and 1998 3rd round pick

3921 vs. 3426 + 70 + 375 + 50 bonus = 3921

8.      St. Louis traded their 2nd round pick (#38) to Chicago for the Bears’ 2nd round pick (#40) and 6th round pick (#173)

1700 vs. 1646 + 54 = 1700

9.      Dallas traded their 2nd round pick (#54) to Detroit for the Lions’ 3rd round pick (#65) and 4th round pick (#101)

1224 vs. 845 + 379 = 1224

10.  Philadelphia traded their 2nd round pick (#55) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 2nd round pick (#57), 6th round pick (#190) and 7th round pick (#227)

1154 vs. 1038 + 51 + 15 + 50 bonus = 1154

11.  NY Jets traded their 3rd round pick (#67) to Denver for the Broncos’ 3rd round pick (#88), 6th round pick (#191) and 7th round pick (#229)

741 vs. 625 + 51 + 15 + 50 bonus = 741

12.  Arizona traded their 3rd round pick (#71) to Philadelphia for the Eagles’ 3rd round pick (#84) and 6th round pick (#188)

720 vs. 668 + 52 = 720

13.  Indianapolis traded their 3rd round pick (#77) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 3rd round pick (#86) and 5th round pick (#156)

700 vs. 635 + 65 = 700

14.  New Orleans traded their 4th round pick (#107) to Houston for the Oilers’ 4th round pick (#116) and 6th round pick (#165)

376 vs. 321 + 55 = 376

15.  Miami traded their 4th round pick (#112) to St. Louis for the Rams’ 4th round pick (#121) and 6th round picks (#170 and #173)

375 vs. 216 + 55 + 54 + 50 bonus = 375

16.  Miami traded their 4th round pick (#123) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 5th round pick (#157), 6th round pick (#166), and 7th round pick (#203)

185 vs. 55 + 55 + 25 + 50 bonus = 185

17.  St. Louis traded their 5th round pick (#138) to San Diego for the Chargers’ 7th round pick (#215) and 1998 4th round pick

95 vs. 21 + 74 = 95  This trade follows the NFL Discount Rule

18.  Atlanta traded their 5th round pick (#140) to Washington for the Redskins’ 6th round pick (#180) and 7th round pick (#222)

75 vs. 54 + 21 = 75

19.  Green Bay traded their 6th round pick (#193) to Oakland for the Raiders 7th round pick (#213)

46 vs. 21  This trade makes no sense and indeed the Green Bay GM admitted he did it because he was bored. So I didn’t try to make sense of it either.

1996                    For the 1996 trade table click here: www.NFLDraftShark.com/1996.htm

1.      Houston traded their 1st round pick (#9) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 1st round pick (#17), 2nd round pick (#48), and 4th round pick (#109)

6465 vs. 4675 + 1440 + 300 + 50 bonus = 6465

2.      St. Louis traded their 1st round pick (#13) to Chicago for the Bears’ 1st round pick (#18), 3rd round pick (#83), and 6th round pick (#201)

5286 vs. 4540 + 670 + 26 + 50 bonus = 5286

3.      Seattle traded their 1st round pick (#17) to Detroit for the Lion’s 1st round pick (#21) and 3rd round pick (#91)

4675 vs. 4155 + 520 = 4675

4.      Dallas traded their 1st round pick (#30) to Washington for the Redskins’ 1st round pick (#37) and 3rd round pick (#67)

3320 vs. 2400 + 920 = 3320

5.      Tampa Bay traded their 2nd round pick (#41) to San Diego for the Chargers’ 1997 1st round pick

2100 vs. 1442 This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

6.      Oakland traded their 2nd round pick (#46) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 2nd round pick (#57) and 4th round pick (#124)

1445 vs. 1255 + 190 = 1445

7.      Miami traded their 2nd round pick (#49) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 2nd round pick (#60) and 4th round pick (#99)

1429 vs. 1029 +400= 1429

8.      Denver traded their 2nd round pick (#55) to Baltimore for the Ravens’ 3rd round pick (#65), 4th round pick (#100), and 7th round pick (#213)

1400 vs. 933 + 400 + 17 + 50 = 1400

9.      New England traded their 2nd round pick (#57) to Oakland for the Raiders’ 3rd round pick (#76), 4th round pick (#124), and 5th round pick (#149)

1255 vs. 886 + 190 + 129 + 50 = 1255

10.  Miami traded their 2nd round pick (#60) and 4th round pick (#99) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ 3rd round pick (#79), 4th round pick (#98) and 5th round picks (#134 and #150)

 1029 + 400 = 1429 vs. 670 + 400 + 180 + 129 + 50 bonus = 1429

11.  New England traded their 3rd round pick (#76) to Detroit for the Lions’ 3rd round pick (#86), 4th round pick (#119), and 6th round pick (#195)

886 vs. 609 + 195 + 32 + 50 bonus = 886

12.  Arizona traded their 4th round pick (#97) to Minnesota for the Vikings’ 4th round pick (#112) and 5th round pick (#137)

431 vs. 255+ 176 = 431

13.  Miami traded their 4th round pick (#98) and 7th round pick (#214) to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ 4th round picks (#113 and #125)

400 + 16 = 416 vs. 227 + 189 = 416

14.  Jacksonville traded their 4th round pick (#99) to Seattle for the Seahawks’ 4th round pick (#110) and 5th round pick (#146)

400 vs. 264 + 136 = 400

15.  Denver traded their 4th round pick (#111) to Carolina for the Panthers’ 4th round pick (#122), 5th round pick (#159) and 7th round pick (#235)

264 vs. 190 + 90 + 6 + 50 bonus = 336  This trade just doesn’t fit with the three other trades made in the early 4th round.  I chose to fit the other three and let this one go.

16.  Arizona traded their 5th round pick (#135) to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ 5th round picks (#161 and #162)

179 vs. 90 + 89 = 179

17.  Baltimore traded their 5th round pick (#157) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ 1997 4th round pick

108 vs. 132  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule

18.  Pittsburgh traded their 6th round pick (#192) to San Diego for the Chargers’ 1997  5th and 7th round picks

35 vs. 45 + 1 = 46  This trade follows the NFL Discounting Rule