• Breaking Down the ‘Boys: Cowboys have their own trade value chart, but it doesn’t matter

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Apr 26, 2013
    Now, Stephen Jones stated the Cowboys have their own trade value chart , but it’s important to know that teams have stuck pretty closely to the “old” trade value chart even in recent years. According to the famous trade value chart, the 49ers should have surrendered their second-round pick to move up 13 spots. When McCoy, a former Cowboys minority owner, was first recruited by the team to produce the chart, he examined trades from four years between 1987 and 1990 and came up with a value scale for every choice. Of course, 2013 was a strange year, and a few of the teams that moved down didn’t necessarily acquire premium value. It’s important to know the actual historic worth of selections based on their production, but it’s just as vital to understand how other teams view the worth of those picks.
  • Man who created trade-value draft chart understands why Cowboys made first-round deal

    IRVING — A mild look of annoyance flashed on the face of Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones when he was questioned about the Thursday trade with San Francisco that changed the complexion of Dallas’ draft. The Cowboys surrendered its 18th p

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