As we move a day closer to the big event, the 2014 NFL Draft, there are a lot of things that start to pick up, excitement being one.
The NFL Draft is one of the biggest events for football fans anywhere and everywhere. It is the off-seasons Super Bowl. Over the past couple of years there have been changes to bring the NFL Draft to a more desirable time. I am not that old but I can remember when it was done solely on a weekend, Saturday and Sunday. They have recently moved it to a Prime Time spot for television and this year they even pushed it back a month. Today we bring to you the NFL Draft Values Chart.
This chart works as a points system that all GMs and Teams use during the draft. Each position in the draft is given points. If the Bills want to move up to the first pick and use draft picks alone, they will need to come up with 3000 points to move up. They would have to give up their 1st round pick at 9 (1350) plus the rest of their picks. The unfortunate thing is that they would not be able to move up with all of their draft picks alone based on their values. The value is just not there. Adding all of their pick values together only gets them 2,246.3. The best they could do is the 3rd overall pick from the ninth.
In that scenario it would have to be considered that not all of the same years draft picks would be used, multi-years would have to be, and with possible player values added in. For the Bills to move up it would possibly consist of 1-2 players, at least 2 draft picks from this year and maybe 1-2 from others years. Take a look at the chart and play around with it. See what you can come up with for trade possibilities on draft picks alone for the Bills and every other team.