#9 is worth 1350 on the value chart. (The #13 is worth 1150, I'd be down with trading that one instead.)
Minnesota and St. Louis have multiple first rounders.
Minny with #23 (760) and #25 (720).
St. Louis with #16 (1000) and #22 (780).
I'd be happy with any combination of a 1st rounder, and the appropriate 2nd and 3rd round pick compensation from either team to load up on more picks. It's an imperative that we have a big draft, with as meek as our roster looks.
Another scenario would be San Fran, who has the #31 (600), and in the second round #34 (560), #61 (292), and in the third #74 (220).
I could see us trading #9 for #31, 34 and 74, a 1st, 2nd and 3rd round pick.
That would make the Revis trade look like this:
Tampa gets Revis.
Jets move back 4 picks from #9 to #13, and add #31, #34, #74 this year, and the conditional 4th next year. That has some serious Hershel Walker gravitas to it.
If we traded SF the #13 instead, as has been talked about in another thread, then we get #31 and #34. We might have to kick them a 7th rounder to make up for the slight difference, but I doubt it.
Use this tool to quickly see which teams have what picks, and their value.
Edited by Integrity28, 23 April 2013 - 09:46 AM.