i've seen other people defer to the draft pick value system before. the way you're using it you're assuming that a pick has a certain value without actually taking into account how the player that's actually selected with it performs. shouldn't teams like the bucs, raiders, jaguars, browns, and rams be perennial playoff contenders using that system? i mean the rams were absolutely pissing gold when it came to valuable picks after the RGIII trade. that's an important component to it that seemingly isn't being considered.
if gettleman can get similar on-field production out of fewer picks then i don't think it matters that much. if an olympic archer and an amateur are told to hit a target four times and the olympian achieves the task after shooting six arrows while the amateur needs ten is it fair to penalize the first guy?
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