1st Round Pick or more - acquired to be preemptive starter on some other teams (name teams)
2nd Round Pick - Disappointing but has shown enough
3rd Round Pick - Disappointing but maybe salvageable
4th Round Pick - What the hell, you never know, right?
5th Round Pick - He'd make a potentially reliable back-up
6th - 7th Round Pick - Well, he's better than Painter who's still got a job, right?
Worthless: Too far gone to justify the time to fix
Gotta look at past trades to establish value, and exclude any fluke trades(basically anything the Raiders have done).
Hes not as "blockbuster" as Kevin Kolb or Daunte Culpepper. Kolb was a relative unknown who had potential and Culpepper was a former high performing starter.
Hes not as bust as, say, Trent Green was for us, who we spent a conditional 5th on. Or even a Shaun Hill type situation who went for a 7th.
Steve McNair went for a 4th and id say that sounds about right. Though id have a hard time seeing anyone spend a 4th on a fourth year vet who hasnt lived up to expectations.
5th. Matt Moore has more trade value then Sanchez.
So although as the 6th round option I meant "Painter" (whom the jest are so proud of beating in the second half of game 15 in 09), I will continue to "ponder" this myself.
His ridiculous contract makes him borderline untradeable. It's not just giving up the pick, it's taking on all that salary. No way.
Jacksonville will be looking for a QB. Gabbert looks like he's the first of the young highly drafted QBs to be a bust. He looks so bad that it won't be too long before Henne gets tapped on the shoulder and they see what the Robot has to offer. The Jags may well be in the running for Barkley but a 4 playoff game winner like Sanchez could be given an opportunity in Jax.