DraftHistory.com Congratulates Vikings Kirk Cousins and Unveils New Quarterback Rating System

By Chris Malumphy

Congrats to Kirk Cousins on the fully-guaranteed three-year contract he is expected to sign with the Minnesota Vikings that will make him, at least temporarily, the highest paid player in league history. The Vikings have twice made strong playoff showings over the past three seasons but a missed chip-shot field goal against the Seahawks in 2015 and running into the eventual Super Bowl champs in 2017 did them in. Minnesota accomplished all this with questionable quarterback talent and hope to get over the hump during their window of opportunity with the signing of Cousins.

Still, many have questioned how talented Cousins actually is. It is truly difficult to tell whether or not he is a top grade talent. His supporting cast in Washington has always been suspect ever since he joined the team as the eighth quarterback selected in the 2012 NFL Draft. It hasn't helped either that the ownership and front office has also been erratic. Cousins was selected in the fourth round, the 102nd player, and wasn't even the first quarterback drafted that year by the Redskins who used the second pick of that draft on Robert Griffin III.

So it is here that DraftHistory.com unveils its own DraftHistory Quarterback Rating System. The DraftHistory method is very similar to the ANY/A (average net yards per attempt) statistic that is frequently published but in addition to pass attempts, yards gained passing, touchdown passes, interceptions, sacks and yards lost from sacks it also seeks to give proper due to a quarterback's running ability by incorporating rushing attempts and yards gained rushing while also taking into consideration a quarterback's fumbles and fumbles lost. The DraftHistory approach also excludes as overly excessive the 20-yard bonus ANY/A provides for every touchdown pass, whether it's a one or 99-yarder. Let's see if our perceptions of the running abilities of Cam Newton, Russell Wilson, Tyrod Taylor, Marcus Mariota, Deshaun Watson match their ability to improve their average gain per play and let's penalize players as thoroughly for fumbles lost as for interceptions.

At first blush, the results appear to be very reasonable and enlightening. Quarterbacks readily accepted as having good seasons are at the top, those with poor seasons at the bottom, and mediocrity sits in the middle as it should. Although you could disagree about the order, virtually everyone would accept that Alex Smith (Chiefs), Drew Brees (Saints), Jimmy Garoppolo (49ers), Philip Rivers (Chargers), Tom Brady (Patriots), Jared Goff (Rams), Ben Roethlisberger (Steelers), Matt Ryan (Falcons), Case Keenum (Vikings) and Carson Wentz (Eagles) had pretty good seasons. Those players top the ratings. Conversely, pretty much everyone was disappointed with the play of quarterbacks like Mike Glennon (Bears), Tom Savage (Texans), Blaine Gabbert (Cardinals), DeShone Kizer (Browns), Bryce Petty (Jets), Brett Hundley (Packers) and Trevor Siemian (Broncos) who can be found at the bottom of the ratings.

Running quarterbacks didn't fare too well in 2017 according to these ratings. To get a ratings benefit from running, the average gain per rushing attempt has to be greater than the average gain per pass while also accounting for interceptions and fumbles. When even Cam Newton and Russell Wilson can't rise from the middle of the pack, perhaps teams and fans should recognize that while having the ability to extend plays and pick up valuable yardage on some plays can be beneficial, a big diet of quarterback rushes is bad for productivity. Much like how baseball now eschews the strategy of bunting, perhaps the overall impact of running quarterbacks has also been over-rated. It's a skill that you like to have when needed, but it is not the primary purpose of the quarterback position and may very well negatively impact the quarterback's overall offensive productivity. Michael Vick and Randall Cunningham never won a big one, nor has Cam Newton. Russell Wilson did once, with the aid of a stellar defesne. Of course, if you gotta run, it's nice if you have the ability.

A few points of interest. Both Tom Brady and Nick Foles ratings rose when I added the playoffs (as reported here) to the regular season statistics. Brady rose a few spots, Foles a boatload. Aaron Rogers play was mediocre in 2017, even before his injury, and ranked 25th. Ryan Fitzpatrick played soundly and ranked 12th when he filled in on a limited basis for an injured Jameis Winston, unlike in recent seasons when he was a turnover machine. Cousins was 20th of the 44 quarterbacks with 100 or more attempts. The Ravens should seriously consider the future of Joe Flacco who was ranked 34th as should the Giants with Eli Manning ranked 33rd. Blake Bortles (14th) ain't so bad. Buffalo Bills fans either love or truly hate Tyrod Taylor (23rd), but he ranked between some quarterbacks considered pretty decent, directly below Dak Prescott and barely ahead of Cam Newton by some thousandths of a point, as well as Aaron Rogers. The Bengals' Andy Dalton is another quarterback fans like to doubt, and for good reason in 2017 when he finished 29th behind rookie Mitch Trubisky and directly ahead of Brock Osweiler, Brian Hoyer and Jay Cutler. Carson Palmer (18th) could still help many teams if he wanted to continue playing, Jay Cutler (32nd) should have kept his television job.

Of course I'll be the first to admit that no quarterback rating system is perfect but at least now DraftHistory.com has one of its own.

Final 2017 DraftHistory.com Quarterback Ranking
(Includes Playoffs)
NameTeamDraft History Rating
Alex SmithChiefs6.51
Drew BreesSaints6.45
Jimmy Garoppolo49ers6.38
Philip RiversChargers6.30
Tom BradyPatriots6.24
Jared GoffRams5.94
Ben RoethlisbergerSteelers5.73
Matt RyanFalcons5.70
Case KeenumVikings5.66
Deshaun WatsonTexans5.52
Carson WentzEagles5.51
Ryan FitzpatrickBuccaneers5.47
Matthew StaffordLions5.36
Blake BortlesJaguars5.32
Nick FolesEagles5.20
Russell WilsonSeahawks5.13
Jameis WinstonBuccaneers5.01
Carson PalmerCardinals5.00
Marcus MariotaTitans4.88
Kirk CousinsRedskins4.85
Derek CarrRaiders4.85
Dak PrescottCowboys4.76
Tyrod TaylorBills4.67
Cam NewtonPanthers4.67
Aaron RodgersPackers4.62
Josh McCownJets4.54
Jacoby BrissettColts4.40
Mitch TrubiskyBears4.36
Andy DaltonBengals4.24
Brock OsweilerBroncos4.13
Brian HoyerPatriots4.07
Jay CutlerDolphins4.04
Eli ManningGiants3.99
Joe FlaccoRavens3.96
C.J. Beathard49ers3.92
Matt MooreDolphins3.87
Drew StantonCardinals3.56
Trevor SiemianBroncos3.53
Brett HundleyPackers3.32
Bryce PettyJets3.20
DeShone KizerBrowns3.05
Blaine GabbertCardinals2.99
Tom SavageTexans2.66
Mike GlennonBears2.54
The DraftHistory.com quarterback ranking is very similar to ANY/A but also includes rushing attempts, rushing yards, fumbles and fumbles lost and excludes the bonus yards ANY/A grants for touchdown passes. The formula is:
(pass_yds - yds_lost + rush_yds - 45 * (pass_int + fumbles_lost)) / (pass_att + sacks + rush_att + fumbles)

First Round NFL Draft Order

By Chris Malumphy

2018 NFL Draft Order - First Round
PickValueTeamRecord / Strength of ScheduleNeeds
(from NFL.com)
13000Cleveland Browns0-16 (.520) QB, RB, CB
22600New York Giants3-13 (.531) OT, QB, RB
32200Indianapolis Colts4-12 (.480) ILB, OL, Edge
41800Cleveland Brownsvia Texans 4-12 (.516) QB, RB, CB
51700Denver Broncos5-11 (.492) OG, QB, OT
61600New York Jets5-11 (.520) QB, RB, OT
71500Tampa Bay Buccaneers5-11 (.555) DE, RB, CB
81400Chicago Bears5-11 (.559) WR, OL, CB
91350San Francisco 49ers6-10 (.512) WR, OL, CB
101300Oakland Raiders6-10 (.512) CB, ILB, OT
111250Miami Dolphins6-10 (.543) OG, ILB, RB
121200Buffalo Billsvia Bengals 7-9 (.465) QB, LB, DT
131150Washington Redskins7-9 (.539) QB, LB, S
141100Green Bay Packers7-9 (.539) CB, OL, WR
151050Arizona Cardinals8-8 (.488) QB, OL, WR
161000Baltimore Ravens9-7 (.441) WR, TE, RB
17950Los Angeles Chargers9-7 (.457) OT, QB, LB
18900Seattle Seahawks9-7 (.492) OT, CB, OG
19875Dallas Cowboys9-7 (.496) TE, DT, CB
20850Detroit Lions9-7 (.496) DE, OG, LB
21800Cincinnati Bengalsvia Bills 9-7 (.492) OL, QB, LB
22780Buffalo Billsvia Chiefs 10-6 (.477)QB, LB, DT
23760Los Angeles Rams11-5 (.504) CB, OL, LB
24740Carolina Panthers11-5 (.539) OL, WR, DE
25700Tennessee Titans9-7 (.434) Edge, OG, TE
26720Atlanta Falcons10-6 (.543) DT, OG, S
27680New Orleans Saints11-5 (.535) QB, C, WR
28640Pittsburgh Steelers13-3 (.453) ILB, QB, S
29660Jacksonville Jaguars10-6 (.434) TE, OG, WR
30620Minnesota Vikings13-3 (.492) OT, OG, DL
31590New England Patriots13-3 (.484) CB, QB, Edge
32600Philadelphia Eagles13-3 (.461) LT, LB, CB
Teams without a First Round Selection
PickValueTeamRecord / Strength of ScheduleNeeds
(from NFL.com)
  Houston Texans4-12 (.516)OL, S, CB
  Kansas City Chiefs10-6 (.477)CB, WR, S
Note: Coin flips at the NFL Combine broke the ties between the 49ers and the Raiders to determine the order of selection for the 9th and 10th picks and between the Redskins and the Raiders for the 13th and 14th picks.

Quarterback Changes Aplenty from 2016-2017; More to Come in 2018

By Chris Malumphy

Ten NFL teams changed their primary quarterback (the passer with the most attempts for the team) from the 2016 to 2017 seasons, some by choice, the others due to injury. Thus, nearly a third of the league had significant changeover at the games most important position. Only two of the ten teams ended 2017 with above .500 records. Both had Case Keenum in common. The Rams moved away from Keenum who was their primary passer in 2016 by turning the reigns over to Jared Goff. The Vikings added Keenum to the roster to backup starter Sam Bradford but an injury suffered in the season opener thrust Keenum into a starting role where he flourished.

The Jets, Rams, Bears, Texans, 49ers and Browns moved away from top passers in 2016 by choice after determining that Ryan Fitzpatrick, Case Keenum, Matt Barkley, Brock Osweiler, Colin Kaepernick and Cody Kessler were not the answer. The Rams, Bears, Texans and 49ers seem set going into 2018 with Goff, Mitchell Trubisky, the return of the injured Deshaun Watson and the mid-season acquisition of Jimmy Garappolo, respectively. The Jets, who merely stabilized their quarterback situation with the aged Josh McCown in 2017, and the Browns, who seemed to have missed the mark with rookie DeShone Kizer, are still looking.

Injuries forced changes for the Vikings, Dolphins, Colts and Packers. The Vikings fared the best when Keenum helped the team improve from 8-8 in 2016 to 13-3 and a playoff victory in 2017, but it doesn't appear to be enough to ensure his continued employment with the team as the Vikings appear to be willing to jettison both Keenum and Bradford if they can find anything better. The Dolphins, Colts and Packers were doomed when injuries hit Ryan Tannehill, Andrew Luck and Aaron Rodgers and Jay Cutler, Jacoby Brissett and Brett Hundley couldn't match their play, although Brissett displayed some promise.

NFL teams have come to realize that mediocre play at quarterback is not likely to lead to long term success or Super Bowl victories. The upcoming draft could witness four or more quarterbacks being taken in the first round, perhaps challenging the record set in 1983 when John Elway, Todd Blackledge, Jim Kelly, Tony Eason, Ken O'Brienand Dan Marino went in the first round with four of them ultimately playing in Super Bowls. Josh Rosen, Sam Darnold, Baker Mayfield and Josh Allen are all touted as first-round talents. Former Heisman winner Lamar Jackson and Mason Rudolph could easily join the mix with so many teams in need of good or young talent at the position including most of those who draft early in the first round. Teams in the hunt for quarterback talent undoubtedly include the Browns, Giants, Broncos, Jets, Cardinals, Bills, Jaguars and Patriots. Some are obviously more desperate than others. One thing that could limit the number of quarterbacks taken in the first round in 2018 is the abundance of free agents that will be on the market that could provide immediate solace to teams in need. Available quarterbacks could include: Kirk Cousins, Sam Bradford, Case Keenum, Teddy Bridgewater, AJ McCarron, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Josh McCown, Chase Daniels and a host of other wannabes. The next two months have the potential to radically alter the league's starting quarterback lineup for a long time to come.

Quarterback Changes from 2016 to 2017
(QB with Most Pass Attempts)
JetsRyan Fitzpatrick40322827106.756.6121769.65-11-0 (0.313)Josh McCown39726729267.467.318994.55-11-0 (0.313)24.9
RamsCase Keenum32219622016.860.991176.44-12-0 (0.250)Jared Goff47729638048.062.1287100.511-5-0 (0.688)24.1
BearsMatt Barkley21612916117.559.781468.33-13-0 (0.188)Mitchell Trubisky33019621936.659.47777.55-11-0 (0.313)9.2
TexansBrock Osweiler51030129575.859.0151672.29-7-0 (0.563)Tom Savage22312514126.356.15671.44-12-0 (0.250)-0.8
VikingsSam Bradford55239538777.071.620599.38-8-0 (0.500)Case Keenum48132535477.467.622798.313-3-0 (0.813)-1.0
DolphinsRyan Tannehill38926129957.767.1191293.510-6-0 (0.625)Jay Cutler42926626666.262.0191480.86-10-0 (0.375)-12.7
ColtsAndrew Luck54534642407.863.5311396.48-8-0 (0.500)Jacoby Brissett46927630986.658.813781.74-12-0 (0.250)-14.7
49ersColin Kaepernick33119622416.859.216490.72-14-0 (0.125)C.J. Beathard22412314306.454.94669.26-10-0 (0.375)-21.5
BrownsCody Kessler19512813807.165.66292.31-15-0 (0.063)DeShone Kizer47625528946.153.6112260.50-16-0 (0.000)-31.8
PackersAaron Rodgers61040144287.365.7407104.210-6-0 (0.625)Brett Hundley31619218365.860.891270.67-9-0 (0.438)-33.6

Antonio Brown, DeAndra Hopkins and Julio Jones were the Most Dominant Receivers in 2017

By Chris Malumphy

Football Perspective has an interesting article on total rushing yards gained over 50 yards in a game. The author, Chase Stuart, says that his analysis "helps remove less material games and places more of an emphasis on dominance." His stats verify that the Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott dominates just as we would have thought, but that the Colts' Frank Gore and Texans' Lamar amass yards in a slow, consistent, but far from dominating manner. It's an interesting article, so check it out.

Inspired by that research, I took a look at similar statistics for receivers who gained over 500 yards. In 2017, Antonio Brown led the NFL in receiving yards gained after having already amassed 50 yards receiving in a game. The Steelers' wideout had 101 receptions for 1,533 yards overall. The 878 yards gained after having already gained 50 yards in a game accounted for 57.3% of his total yards gained, nearly 10% more than his closest rivals DeAndra Hopkins of the Texans and Julio Jones of the Falcons who each had 47.8%. Other dominant receivers in this category were: Keenan Allen, Chargers, 44.8%; Adam Thielen, Vikings, 43.4%; Rob Gronkowski, Patriots, 42.8%; T.Y. Hilton, Colts, 42.8%, Tyreek Hill, Chiefs, 41.6%; JuJu Smith-Schuster, Steelers, 41.4%; Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals, 40.5%; and Sterling Shepard, Giants, 40.2%.

At the other end of the spectrum, players with 500 or more yards receiving for the season included three players with fewer than 10% of their yards accrued after having gained 50 yards in a game. It is not surprising that the Ravens' Kyle Rudolph or the Bengals' Brandon LaFell were at the bottom of the list, but they were joined by Seattle tight end Jimmy Graham, who has certainly been a much more productive player in prior seasons.

Looking deeper into Sterling Shepard's figures shows how this stat can enlighten but also reveals its limitations. Shepard's overall stats are pedestrian, 50 receptions for 731 yards. The raw numbers don't reveal, however, that he missed five games. He averaged 66.5 yards per game played. All that a player needs to gain to reach 1,000 yards in a season is an average of 62.5 yards a game for 16 games. So absent the injury, Shepard was on target to meet that benchmark. Yet his production was far from consistent. In his 11 games, Shepard was held to less than 50 yards on 5 occasions and in two other occasions he was held to just 54 and 56 yards. So in 7 of 11 games he was far from on pace to reach 1,000 yards or be a dominant force in the game. He was mildly better versus the Rams in week 9 when he gained 70 yards, but he was wildly productive against the 49ers in week 10 as well as in both games versus the Eagles in weeks 3 and 15 when he gained 142, 133 and 139 yards respectively. Thus Shepard amassed 264 of his total 294 yards over 50 in just three games, leaving him mediocre the rest of the season. Most telling is that the Giants were 0-11 in the games Shepard played, even those in which he performed admirably. The Giants were 3-2 otherwise. Shepard would have fit right in with the Cleveland Browns.

Receiving Yards Over 50 in a Game
Antonio BrownSteelers101153387857.3
DeAndre HopkinsTexans96137865947.8
Julio JonesFalcons88144469047.8
Keenan AllenChargers102139362444.8
Adam ThielenVikings91127755443.4
Rob GronkowskiPatriots69108346442.8
T.Y. HiltonColts5796641342.8
Tyreek HillChiefs75118349241.6
JuJu Smith-SchusterSteelers5891738041.4
Larry FitzgeraldCardinals109115646840.5
Sterling ShepardGiants5973129440.2
Michael ThomasSaints104124548939.3
Amari CooperRaiders4868026138.4
Travis KelceChiefs83103839538.1
A.J. GreenBengals75107840737.8
Brandin CooksPatriots65108240737.6
Marquise Goodwin49ers5696235637.0
Golden TateLions92100336536.4
Marvin JonesLions61110139936.2
Chris ThompsonRedskins3951018335.9
Keelan ColeJaguars4274826835.8
Robert WoodsRams5678127835.6
Stefon DiggsVikings6484929735.0
Robby AndersonJets6394132334.3
Mike EvansBuccaneers71100133133.1
Zach ErtzEagles7482426632.3
Doug BaldwinSeahawks7599131932.2
Mike WallaceRavens5274823130.9
Davante AdamsPackers7488527130.6
Demaryius ThomasBroncos8394929030.6
Emmanuel SandersBroncos4755516830.3
Jamison CrowderRedskins6678923629.9
Kenny StillsDolphins5884725029.5
Ted GinnSaints5378722128.1
DeVante ParkerDolphins5767018828.1
Chris GodwinBuccaneers3452514527.6
Jermaine KearseJets6581022327.5
Todd GurleyRams6478821427.2
Nelson AgholorEagles6276820626.8
Albert WilsonChiefs4255414526.2
Hunter HenryChargers4557915025.9
Rishard MatthewsTitans5379520525.8
Tyler LockettSeahawks4555514225.6
Cooper KuppRams6286922225.5
Jarvis LandryDolphins11298725225.5
Marqise LeeJaguars5670217725.2
Jared CookRaiders5468717124.9
Tyrell WilliamsChargers4372818024.7
Devin FunchessPanthers6384020424.3
Travis BenjaminChargers3456713323.5
DeSean JacksonBuccaneers5066815523.2
Alvin KamaraSaints8282618922.9
Michael CrabtreeRaiders5861814122.8
Jack DoyleColts8069015722.8
Evan EngramGiants6472216422.7
Vernon DavisRedskins4364814422.2
Le'Veon BellSteelers8565513620.8
Mohamed SanuFalcons6770314220.2
Terrance WilliamsCowboys5356811319.9
JJ NelsonCardinals2950410019.8
Paul RichardsonSeahawks4470313819.6
Charles ClayBills4955810719.2
Sammy WatkinsRams3959311319.1
Delanie WalkerTitans7480715319.0
Alshon JefferyEagles5778914718.6
Danny AmendolaPatriots6165911918.1
Dez BryantCowboys6983915118.0
Kendall WrightBears5961410817.6
Duke JohnsonBrowns7469311516.6
Cameron BrateBuccaneers485919816.6
George Kittle49ers435158516.5
Randall CobbPackers666539714.9
Austin HooperFalcons495267814.8
Eric EbronLions535748514.8
Adam HumphriesBuccaneers616319314.7
Ben WatsonRavens615227614.6
Jason WittenCowboys635608014.3
Eric DeckerTitans545638014.2
Ryan GrantRedskins455738114.1
Martavis BryantSteelers506037512.4
Christian McCaffreyPanthers806518012.3
Josh DoctsonRedskins355025310.6
Jimmy GrahamSeahawks57520519.8
Brandon LaFellBengals52548539.7
Kyle RudolphVikings57532213.9

Cardinals Receive Most Value; Bengals, Packers, Cowboy & Raiders Most Picks in 2018 NFL Compensatory Draft

By Chris Malumphy

The NFL has awarded 32 compensatory draft choices to teams in the 2018 NFL Draft. Teams that lost more or better eligible free agents than they signed the prior year are eligible for additional selections. Fifteen teams received additional draft picks.

Although the Cincinnati Bengals, Green Bay Packers, Dallas Cowboys and Oakland Raiders were each awarded four additional draft picks, the Arizona Cardinals, with three additional choices, will receive the most value according to the draft value charts. The Houston Texans also received three additional picks while the Minnesota Vikings were awarded two and the Denver Broncos, New York Giants, New England Patriots, Kansas City Chiefs, Baltimore Ravens, Los Angeles Chargers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Atlanta Falcons each got one additional choice.

Seventeen teams were not awarded a compensatory pick: San Francisco 49ers, Chicago Bears, Buffalo Bills, Cleveland Browns, Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins, Philadelphia Eagles, Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Jets, Detroit Lions, Carolina Panthers, Los Angeles Rams, Washington Redskins, New Orleans Saints, Seattle Seahawks, Pittsburgh Steelers and Tennessee Titans.

2018 Compensatory Draft Picks
Third Round
Fourth Round
Fifth Round
Sixth Round
Seventh Round
Teams with no compensatory draft picks: 49ers, Bears, Bills, Browns, Colts, Dolphins, Eagles, Jaguars, Jets, Lions, Panthers, Rams, Redskins, Saints, Seahawks, Steelers, Titans.

Total Value of 2018 Compensatory Draft Picks by Team
Cardinals8-8-0 (0.500)3151.50
Bengals7-9-0 (0.438)4125.55
Texans4-12-0 (0.250)3122.80
Broncos5-11-0 (0.313)1104.00
Packers7-9-0 (0.438)495.50
Cowboys9-7-0 (0.563)493.90
Giants3-13-0 (0.188)138.50
Patriots13-3-0 (0.813)138.00
Raiders6-10-0 (0.375)427.60
Vikings13-3-0 (0.813)212.40
Chiefs10-6-0 (0.625)18.80
Ravens9-7-0 (0.563)16.40
Chargers9-7-0 (0.563)10.65
Buccaneers5-11-0 (0.313)10.45
Falcons10-6-0 (0.625)10.40
49ers6-10-0 (0.375)0  
Bears5-11-0 (0.313)0  
Bills9-7-0 (0.563)0  
Browns0-16-0 (0.000)0  
Colts4-12-0 (0.250)0  
Dolphins6-10-0 (0.375)0  
Eagles13-3-0 (0.813)0  
Jaguars10-6-0 (0.625)0  
Jets5-11-0 (0.313)0  
Lions9-7-0 (0.563)0  
Panthers11-5-0 (0.688)0  
Rams11-5-0 (0.688)0  
Redskins7-9-0 (0.438)0  
Saints11-5-0 (0.688)0  
Seahawks9-7-0 (0.563)0  
Steelers13-3-0 (0.813)0  
Titans9-7-0 (0.563)0  

2018 Compensatory Draft Picks by Team
7-9-0 (0.438)
4 Compensatory Picks with a total value of 125.55
5-11-0 (0.313)
1 Compensatory Pick with a total value of 104.00
5-11-0 (0.313)
1 Compensatory Pick with a total value of 0.45
8-8-0 (0.500)
3 Compensatory Picks with a total value of 151.50
9-7-0 (0.563)
1 Compensatory Pick with a total value of 0.65
10-6-0 (0.625)
1 Compensatory Pick with a total value of 8.80
9-7-0 (0.563)
4 Compensatory Picks with a total value of 93.90
10-6-0 (0.625)
1 Compensatory Pick with a total value of 0.40
3-13-0 (0.188)
1 Compensatory Pick with a total value of 38.50
7-9-0 (0.438)
4 Compensatory Picks with a total value of 95.50
13-3-0 (0.813)
1 Compensatory Pick with a total value of 38.00
6-10-0 (0.375)
4 Compensatory Picks with a total value of 27.60
9-7-0 (0.563)
1 Compensatory Pick with a total value of 6.40
4-12-0 (0.250)
3 Compensatory Picks with a total value of 122.80
13-3-0 (0.813)
2 Compensatory Picks with a total value of 12.40

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2016 NFL Draft by Team

Ohio State Buckeyes Set Record for Most Draft Chart Value Expended on One School

2016 NFL Draft Round Seven

2016 NFL Draft Round Six

2016 NFL Draft Round Five

2016 NFL Draft Round Four

2016 NFL Draft Round Three

2016 NFL Draft Round Two

Michigan State QB Connor Cook May Provide Good 2nd Round Value

2016 NFL Draft Round One

Can Ohio State Buckeye RB Ezekiel Elliott Crack Top Ten of 2016 NFL Draft?

Buckeyes Challenge Draft Records of 2010 Sooners, 2004 Hurricanes, 1984 Longhorns

2016 NFL Draft My Break 51 Year Streak of Team Having Multiple First Round Picks

Browns/Eagles Trade Leaves Rams with Top Draft Value but Fewest Picks in 2016 NFL Draft

2016 Draft Value Chart by Team

RG3 to the Browns - Slim Pickings Remain for Broncos, Rams, 49ers, Jets

A Disappointing Rookie Year Showing for the Wide Receivers Drafted in 2015

Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota Prove Worthy of Top Picks in 2015

Can Colin Kaepernick Rescue a Career that is Trending Downward?

2016 NFL Draft Order

2016 NFL Draft Underclassmen and Other Players with Early Eligibility

Super Bowl 50 Could be a Blowout

How to build a Super Bowl Team—Draft Status of Super Bowl 50 Starters

The Counter-intuitive Statistic the Denver Broncos Must Capitalize on to Upset the Carolina Panthers

Draft Status of 2016 NFL Pro Bowl Selections

Clemson Tackle Isaiah Battle Selected by Rams in 2015 NFL Supplemental Draft

Newest Trend in NFL Draft? Drafting Players with Unique First Names

2015 NFL Draft by Position

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2015 NFL Draft Round Seven

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