As expected, the Falcons have made a bold move aimed at improving their offense right now, adding receiver Julio Jones after a stunning 21-spot climb in round one.
To get from the 27th spot to the sixth pick, the Falcons sent their first-round, second-round, and fourth-round picks in 2011, along with a first-round and fourth-round pick in 2012.
Under the draft trade chart, which plenty of folks think is obsolete, the sixth pick is worth 1,600 points. The 27th selection is worth 680. The 59th pick in round two has a value of 310, and the 124th pick in round four is worth 48 points. Whether the remainder of the gap is made up in 2012 remains to be seen.
Either way, the Falcons gave up a lot to get to the top of the draft. And the Browns have picked up plenty of opportunities to improve their team.