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    Arrow fyi : about that old nfl draft-pick value chart ~ ~ ~


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    Old chart with arbitrary, non-mathematical/scientific points:



    New chart from Kevin Meers called the CAVOA. "...the comparative value of each pick versus the normal pick and is based off of real, historical, on-field performance. This non-arbitrary statistic is a massive improvement over the old draft chart."


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dcat View Post
    Old chart with arbitrary, non-mathematical/scientific points:



    New chart from Kevin Meers called the CAVOA. "...the comparative value of each pick versus the normal pick and is based off of real, historical, on-field performance. This non-arbitrary statistic is a massive improvement over the old draft chart."

    Which one do the GMs use?.....other than their ass.

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    Which one do the GMs use?.....other than their ass.
    Not sure about most GM's but this was found by the Atlantic Health dumpster in Florham Park shortly after Tannenbaum was fired:



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    Quote Originally Posted by jetfan29 View Post
    Which one do the GMs use?.....other than their ass.
    Probably neither. Especially at the top of the draft, all those are so dependent on the season.

    The #1 and #2 this year are probably worth half of what the #1 and #2 pick were in 2012.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batmans A Scientist View Post
    Probably neither. Especially at the top of the draft, all those are so dependent on the season.

    The #1 and #2 this year are probably worth half of what the #1 and #2 pick were in 2012.
    If we see a trade this year - and we certainly could - we will be able to see whether that is in fact true. Last year's haul (For StL) will probably never be matched for a #2 pick. But, it likely will work out for both teams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dcat View Post
    Old chart with arbitrary, non-mathematical/scientific points:



    New chart from Kevin Meers called the CAVOA. "...the comparative value of each pick versus the normal pick and is based off of real, historical, on-field performance. This non-arbitrary statistic is a massive improvement over the old draft chart."

    Wow, if you look at it the chart shows how incredibly good teams are at identifying the Top 100 players. It is all the way until the 80s before lower picks show as having more value, but the first tow rounds are in eaxact order that is pretty amazing.

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