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The chart is fairly accurate except for the first round.

You could have 3 16 picks or 1 number 1 pick. It's pretty clear which of those is more valuable. Similarly, you could have 5 number 30 picks at supposedly the same valuation as the number 1.

However, after the first round, it's all pretty accurate, each round is basically worth 1/2 the previous round.

A mid 2nd is basically worth 2 mid 3rds. A mid 3rd is basically worth 2 mid 4ths. And then value drops off in the 5th.

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The chart is fairly accurate except for the first round.

You could have 3 16 picks or 1 number 1 pick. It's pretty clear which of those is more valuable. Similarly, you could have 5 number 30 picks at supposedly the same valuation as the number 1.

However, after the first round, it's all pretty accurate, each round is basically worth 1/2 the previous round.

A mid 2nd is basically worth 2 mid 3rds. A mid 3rd is basically worth 2 mid 4ths. And then value drops off in the 5th.

It's for deciding worth if you are trading up or trading down, ie., say we are trading up from our pick at 19 to the 18th pick, the difference is 25 points. So in general you would need to provide Pittsburgh with a pick worth 25 points, maybe our 5th round. Get it?

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