When it comes to the 2019 NFL Draft, you've probably read about theand you've certainly asked Pete Prisco to has given] class of your favorite team. Now is the time to look at all the trades made during the three-day draft to separate the negotiators from the notes.
The process is complete, not scientific at all: I look at the value of Each Pick is involved in a trade based on a Rich Maths draft of a value chart created by Rich Hill, which estimates the values of the trades based picks that have actually taken place in recent years (I used the study from 201
Then I look at the asset they are targeting the deal with – and here it is important to note that we value the team that either made a decision that was on the clock at the time, or that a veteran was added in a deal that included upcoming picks – and used my subjective assessment of whether the acquiring team had a potential chance that would not have been present on its previous pick. and whether the targeted perspective made sense as someone who could impact.
Confused? Probably. It boils down to this: I evaluated every team that saw the need to trade in the draft to get someone. Then I rated them from the worst to the best. Let's get started.
40th Josh Rosen finds a new home
Depending on how you wish to achieve this, this is either the best trade (for the dolphins) or the worst trade (for the cardinals) in the draft. The Cardinals landed in this year's draft for a quarterback, which they finished in 10th place, with a price that was worth about 60 times. Not only that, a year ago I ranked her rise to Roses. What a difference a year makes.
The Dolphins made no sacrifices in this move, while the Cardinals decided to sell a potential franchise quarterback to pennies a year after trading at $ 1. And there's no guarantee that the guy they're going with (Kyler Murray) is better than roses. This is a simple winner of the worst trade of the prize design of 2019.
39. Rams add Gurley Insurance
- Rams receive No. 70 (RB Henderson)
- Buccaneers receive No. 94, 99
I'm not surprised that Rams wants to bring a Plan B in the returning position to Todd Gurley dealt with injuries at the end of last year. I'm just surprised how much they paid for it. They lost the value of # 167 to take the step, and I'm not sure they have to pay that much to run back in this NFL era. I like Darrell Henderson well, but after bringing Malcolm Brown back, the Rams would have been smarter if they just kept their late third-round goals and took a different route when running back.
38th Rams make Patriots another deal
- Rams received No. 97 (OT Evans), 162
- Patriots received No. 101, 133
The Rams initially received the No. 101, placing them in the second round of a deal going down With the Patriots it got impatient when the end of the third round approached and it was returned to the Patriots to win some points for Bobby Evans. The problem is not only that the four-point jump was not worth falling back 29 picks in the rest of the deal, but that the Patriots took an attack in 101st place, which could be better than Evans in Yodny Cajuste.
37th Colts pay big prize for safety
- Colts received No. 109 (S Willis)
- Raiders received No. 129, 135
If the Colts wanted to ascend to the fourth round for safety, this should be the case for Amani Hooker, who went some picks later. I do not think it was worthy Khari Willis to be taken along at # 129 if they stayed, but if he was her type, I would not mind bringing him there. But I certainly would not have sacrificed an extra choice to get it.
36th Panthers jump for O-Line help
- Panthers get the No. 37 (OT Little)
- Seahawks get the No. 47, 77
This is considered one of the biggest overpayments in the entire design, with the Panthers denying Price lose value of the 121st pick in the deal. And the guy who had to leave was Greg Little, a first-round talent, but not someone I move ten places to get on the board with Cody Ford and Dalton Risner. Even if the Panthers could not wait much for Little, they should have done a better business – no other trade in this part of the draft was nearly as bad as a team going against the aspiring team.
35th Patriots are pulling for a … Punter?
- Patriots receive No. 163 (P Bailey)
- Eagles receive No. 167, 246
This is not a terrible value as far as pick swaps are concerned, but what about four places to get a player? especially one in a pretty class for the position? I understand that the Patriots have so many picks that they lose the seventh round. It's not a big deal, but I just do not see the need to reach a specific opponent.
34 Seahawks find a linebacker
- Seahawks received No. 88 (LB Barton), 209
- Vikings received No. 92, 159
The Seahawks gave the early part of the draft down and collected picks, however this is one of you felt you had to go to get your husband. But I'm not sure why – Cody Barton is a bit far-reaching in the third round and I think you risk missing him by staying in 92nd place and not swapping 50 places with a later choice.  33rd Bills Rising for Tight End
- Bills Received No. 96 (TE Knox)
- Redskins Receiving Nos. 112, 131
I like the player the Bills got and he meets a need, but this was the case of a large overpayment, which corresponds to a selection at No. 178. I would have liked to see Buffalo get a choice in this deal or give up a later election than # 141. In the worst case, you will not end up in Dawson Knox. Instead, you'll get another tight end in round 4 (like Foster Moreau) and still have another selection to help elsewhere in the squad.
32nd Falcons take a step to the corner
- Falcons receive No. 111 (CB Sheffield)
- Lions receive No. 117, 186
The Falcons scored a total of 14 on their first hit, then looked out for them the rest of the design in an attempt to make amends, moving several times. This was my worst favorite of their moves as it did not have a good value and I do not think that Kendall Sheffield was better head and shoulders than the other options available in the position (Amani Oruwariye, for example, who went one lap later).
31st Patriots Rise in Round 2
- Patriots Reach No. 45 (CB J.Williams)
- Rams receive No. 56, 101
If Joejuan Williams is a star, you can throw that in my face Rare overpayment for the Patriots as they did not have to forego a second day 2 pickup to make such a modest raise. Also, it's questionable whether they got the top corner of the board – Greedy Williams, the # 1 most people in the class, came up with a hit later. If Greedy is great and Joejuan is not, this step looks a lot worse.
30th Bengals make Day 3 trading for QB
- Bengals received No. 104 (QB Finley)
- 49ers received # 110, 183
A bit overpayment, and I am not sure to trade with additional picks the right backup. QB is a reasonable step. Now, if the new Caoch Zac Taylor thinks that Ryan Finley can be a start in the attack he wants to execute and he's right, this will be a great move. But if Finley fails as QB2, as many believe, I will not like the trade.
29th Broncos add veteran linebacker
- Broncos gets LB Watson, No. 212
- 49er received No. 148
I like to win a solid player in Dekoda Watson to support the depth of the defense, but this was a huge trade to land him. This means that Watson, who has a year left over his deal, is $ 1.55 million, which is worth the 160th prize. The fifth round this year was a good place for linebackers, and I would rather have thrown one of them than to trade for Watson.
28th Seattle commutes for WR in 2020
- Seahawks receive # 236 (WR Ursua)
- Jaguars receive 2020 6
From a value point of view, I agree, but the reason why the Seahawks broke a series of trades The Board This year was because they started an extra week with just four picks (and the Frank Clark deal). Now they are acting next year with a man who could be a priority agent for them. I'd rather keep the selection for 2020
27th Patriots Aim for D-Line Help
- Patriots receive No. 159 (DL Cowart)
- Vikings receive No. 162, 239
No great value for the Patriots, though they rise only a few spots here, but If Byron Cowart pays off, then the paid price is negligible. There were many players of similar value, and I did not really regard him as a stand-out, must-have type where the Pats brought him, which is why this player is so low.
26th Falcons land sleeper DE
- Falcons received No. 135 (DE Cominsky)
- Raiders received No. 137, 230
This is similar to the Patriots above, but I'm a bit more optimistic about John Cominsky and I'm giving that a better setting for small students to have an impact on a barren deep graphics in Atlanta. I also saw that the Cowboys wanted him at No. 136 (they ended up on the plectrum), so this was probably a smart move for Atlanta.
25th Ravens Target Athletic Receiver
- Ravens received No. 93 (WR Boykin)
- Vikings receive No. 102, 191, 193
Do not love the value here, especially trading with three picks for this train and one deep receiver class that still has guys like Hakeem Butler and Riley Ridley on board. But Miles Boykin has busted the doors of his athletic tests, and his advantage is enormous. I think the ravens could afford to wait, but I like the view they got.
24th Jets climb for a spot for Edoga
- Jets receive No. 92 (OT Edoga)
- Vikings receive No. 93, 217
The Vikings spent the third round time and again trading, and here they only had to return Move back one point to get a solid selection late on day 3. I do not think the value is there, but if they really thought the Vikings would take Chuma Edoga, I'd like to take the step to get it. He fulfills a clear need for the team and I can see him playing for the jets sooner and later.
23rd Broncos Grab a Receiver
- Broncos receive No. 187 (WR Winfree)
- Panthers received No. 212, 237
I think this was a reach for the prospect, as I'm not sure if Juwann Winfree Doing this will stay on the roster. But the reason this deal is not lower is that the Broncos had a really good value in this trade, especially considering that some of the other moves were made a little before that selection.
22nd Chiefs land Tyreek Hill insurance
- Chiefs receive number 56 (WR Hardman)
- Rams receive the No. 61, 167
This choice was obviously made with the possible absence of Tyreek Hill due to off-field problems in mind, since Mecole Hardman may be a similar type of breaking weapon, albeit without Hills blanket. But I think it was a reach to get him into the second round. This trade would take a much lower rank, but I think the paid price was of great value to the Chiefs, making it hard to beat him too much.
21st Raiders Moving for WR Assistance
- Raiders Received No. 149 (WR Renfrow)
- The Cowboys Receiving # 158, 218
The Raiders spent their offseason repairing the weapons Derek Carr has available, and The Raiders decided that Hunter Renfrow had to be their slot type for the offenses. I think a few better options were on the board (Kelvin Harmon is not a traditional small slot type, but he went much later), which is why this rank is not higher, even though it's a relatively fair deal.
20th Vikings advance on guard
- Vikings receive No. 114 (G Samia)
- Seahawks receive No. 120, 204
Everything about this deal was solid for the Vikings. They paid only approximately a fair value in the ascent, spoke with the election in a needy position and got a good price in Dru Samia. I can quickly see him as a starter for a Viking team that needs to do a better job with protection, and he would have been on the radar for several teams between number 114 and 120.
19th Bengals How to Get Mike in the Deal
- Bengals # 136 (OL Jordan)
- Cowboys Get # 149, 213
Just like the Vikings deal above, this was a solid move for the Bengals. Michael Jordan can meet a need inside the line, and they actually bought him for a better price in the promotion round. He could even be better than Dru Samia, who was landed by the Vikings, though he had gone into the design at a later date.
18th Giants can not wait on the corner
- Giants receive the No. 30 (CB Baker)
- Seahawks get the No. 37, 132, 142
The Giants were put into the bin because of their handling of Round 1, but I think that's really the case was a pretty solid move in terms of value. They have not paid too much, especially considering they will get an option in fifth year with Deandre Baker. I'm just not sure if he should have been the only corner elected in Round 1. If you choose Byron Murphy or Greedy Williams, it looks even better.
17th Bucks jump for D-Line help
- Rams receive No. 134 (DT Gaines), 243
- Patriots receive No. 162, 167
Good value for the bucks as they receive this extra reward Greg Gaines is a solid prospect that can help offset the loss of Ndamukong Suh through free representation. After missing the top D-line talent in the first round and choosing to trade again, Gaines was a solid fallback option that did not come at an unaffordable price.
sixteenth Lions Jump as the Vikings Fall Back
- Lions Get the No. 81 (S Harris)
- The Vikings Get the No. 88, 204
The bulk of this deal for the Lions was the price they came out Top around the equivalent of about No. 196, although the team has moved up. I think Will Harris might have come a long way, but let's talk about the Vikings, who made the first of four rounds in the third round, ranging from # 81 to # 88 to # 92 and # 93 to # 102 already a choice.
15th Steelers receive Devin Bush
- Steelers receive No. 10 (LB Bush)
- Broncos receive No. 20, 52, 2020 3.
I wanted to raise this deal higher because I like the Steelers getting aggressive Do one of the two impact linebackers in this design. But the simple fact is that they have overpaid to make the move, losing an early loss in the fourth round. The Broncos clearly had them over a barrel and did a great deal here, but you can only beat the Steelers so much if Devin Bush is the prize.
fourteenth Eagles Country Veteran D-Lineman
- Eagles received DT Ridgeway
- Colts received No. 246
There were surprisingly few trades for experienced players during the three-day draft, and while I think the Broncos were overpaid to their man The Eagles have given up virtually nothing to land a solid high-powered attack in Hassan Ridgeway. In fact, No. 246 was the choice they got from the patriots who had to have this punter, and the Eagles still got value in Clayton Thorson after their withdrawal. And the extra draft pick from the deal also gets them Ridgeway. That's how you do it.
. 13 Bears can not wait for them to run back
- Bears get the No. 73 (RB Montgomery), 205
- Patriots get the No. 87, 162, 2020 4th
The Bears clearly wanted to improve the return position. in the run-up to the draft a lot of work on these perspectives. Some believe that David Montgomery was second best in the class so it made sense for the Bears to move as the position was in the third round. And they did not even have to pay too much to get it. Good job on this deal.
12th Seahawks stop Metcalfs slide
- Seahawks receive No. 64 (WR Metcalf)
- Patriots receive No. 77, 118
This was not a good value value of the 195th selection in terms of the Seattle capital's design here. But D.K. Metcalf had no problem getting aboard the board at the end of the second lap. In this sense, it was worth the overpayment to get hold of him on place 64. Metcalf was the ninth selected player on many people's boards at his position. That's important, and I can not override the Seahawks for what they gave up.
. 11 Brown's Got Greedy
- Brown's No. 46 (CB G.Williams)
- Colts Get's No. 49, 144
Like the Seahawks, the Browns trade too much to get the prospect they wanted. And like the trade above, I do not care that they did. The greedy Williams was the top corner of many draft boards and someone I believe was the most welcome first round. When he had three picks within the Browns, they could not wait any longer, and it's easy to understand why. I would have paid a little more for the move.
10th Bills stop Ford's case
- Bills receive # 38 (OT Ford)
- Raiders receive # 40, 158
This overpayment was nowhere near as bad as with D.K. Metcalf and Greedy Williams, and given the Cody Ford's need for Bill on the offensive line, he should have been a first-round pick as well. It pays to pay a little more than it would take. If you want to rank one of the last three trades higher, even though the selection value does not exist, I would not mind at all.
. 9 Falcons act back in the first
- Falcons received No. 31 (OT McGary), 203
- Rams received No. 45, 79
. While Kaleb McGary was not as much of Steal as the three players just mentioned, the Falcons paid him for theft instead of paying too much in the deal, and that's before you consider the fifth year option. It would have been better if a defensive defender had been there, but the Falcons deserve credit for the value of this trade anyway.
. 8 Titanship for Safety
- Ttans receive No. 116 (S Hooker), 168
- Jets receive Nos. 121, 157
The Titans made this move at a good price, as they only cost them a small step backwards Draft to jump five places for safety in Amani Hooker who could have previously ridden a lap. He could easily have been taken to No. 121 in this five-fold wait – the Browns actually had their own safety during this period. The Titans got a player who should not have been available at a price that was in their favor. That's what makes a lot of difference.
. 7 The saints can no longer wait to select
- . Saints receive No. 48 (OL McCoy), 116
- The dolphins receive No. 62, 202, 2020.
The Saints benefited here from the dolphins who wanted to give it. Cardinals are lower for some reason second round for Josh Rosen. To sacrifice the second round of the second round is tough, but between the promotion and the quarter-finals in which they have also landed, they have actually been in the black when it comes to value. And Erik McCoy was a sleeper on the first lap, so the view they built was a good choice.
. 6 Packers jump for first safety
- Packers received No. 21 (S Savage)
- Seahawks received No. 30, 114, 118
The sensation that Darnell Savage came on as the first round in the first round sparked a stir Fetching a few boards, but it was still a little shocking to see him as the first elected security in a trade-up. I did not like giving up on several fours, but the value is really good for Packers, as a nine-click jump in the first case should have been more expensive.
. 5 Saints stop CGJ's slide
- Saints received No. 105 (DB Gardner-Johnson)
- Jets received No. 116, 168
This is a decent value for the saints, maybe a small overpayment, but I can not Do you know what Chauncey Gardner-Johnson was up to on Day 3? Due to his versatility of playing either in a corner or in safety, teams should target him in Round 2, and I love the saints who became aggressive to land him in 105th place.
. 4 Jaguar Finish Slide
- Jaguars get the No. 35 (OT Taylor), 140, 235
- The Raiders get the No. 38, 109
We are now in the area where you could complete the last four trades # 1 and I would not fight back too much. Many experts have compared Jawaan Taylor with the Jaguars in seventh place, but they passed it on when Josh Allen fell further than expected. Imagine her surprise when Taylor was still on the board to open Day 2. The Jaguars had cleverly made a deal to get him, and almost exactly paid the fair value of the deal.
. 3 Eagles jump Texans for left duel
- Eagles become No. 22 (OT Dillard)
- Ravens get numbers 25, 127, 197
The eagles are probably overpaid here and I give up three picks. Although this meant a shorter upward climb than the Packers Seahawks trade, this was a huge upwards trend in terms of the quality of the prospectus acquired in Andre Dillard, which as the team's franchise team could fairly quickly tackle the team. And there was no chance he'd come in 23th with Houston, so the Eagles had to make that deal to get him, but they did not have to break the bank like the Steelers did to get Devin Bush. I love this offer for the eagles.
. 2 Broncos land QB of the future
- Broncos receive the No. 42 (QB Lock)
- Bengals receive the No. 52, 125, 182
Another 3-for-1 pick swap that hits hard in the stomach In this case, the Broncos were given a potential franchise quarterback. Many planned Drew Lock to drive the Broncos to 10th; Instead, they traded back to No. 20 where they took Noah Fant. Then they went with an offensive line prospect, which they had in mind in Dalton Risner, and finally took advantage of the Steelers acquired additional second-rounders to move Lock. Fantastic work that moves John Elway and his team around the board, and Lock is the guy who can pay big dividends on this draft slot when he hits.
. 1 Redskins add extra talent for the first round
- Redskins get number 26 (OLB Sweat)
- Colts get number 46, 2020 2nd place
This is the best offer of the design, from the point of view of value it should have cost Washington more to bring 20 picks up and back in the first round. That's not a big hit on the Colts – they obviously missed the guy they watched at number 26 and decided that Redskin's pick of next year could be high. But Washington is giving itself an opportunity to get a look they could have made at No. 15 without many people complaining, especially if Montez Swat's medical problems were a little over the top.
Sweat was at No. 1 at home. 26, and the Redskins paid a bargain price to get there and get him. That's why this is the best trade of the 2019 NFL Draft.