How does Dolphins’ 2021 draft capital stack up versus rest of NFL?

DAVIE, FL - FEBRUARY 04: Chris Grier General Manager of the Miami Dolphins speaks during a press conference as he introduces Brian Flores as the new Head Coach of the Miami Dolphins at Baptist Health Training Facility at Nova Southern University on February 4, 2019 in Davie, Florida. (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)

Any Miami Dolphins fan is more than well aware these days that the team is, once again, loaded to the brim with NFL Draft picks to try to bring about the needed changes to their roster to spur on a winner. We’re down to just one football game remaining for this improbable season— and the presence of both Kansas City and Tampa Bay in the championship showdown reaffirms what we already knew: you need to not just have a savvy star quarterback but you also need to surround him with weapons.

Thankfully, the Miami Dolphins are positioned to surround their quarterback with plenty of new weaponry. But in a survey of the rest of the NFL, how does the Dolphins’ draft power add up? offers a full list of the NFL draft order and, conveniently enough, quantifies the value of each selection courtesy of the old Jimmy Johnson trade value chart from back in the 1990s; a tool that helps teams talking about trades to come up with a value for each of their selections. Upon further review, the Dolphins are in pretty darn good shape.

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