More than 20 years ago Jimmy Johnson derived a "value chart" to help his Cowboys determine the worthiness of draft pick exchanges.

The chart is applicable today, and with the draft kicking off Thursday night, a lot has changed atop the list of teams with the most NFL draft capital. 

Obviously the top picks carry the highest yield, with the No. 1 pick worth 3,000, No. 2 worth 2,600 No. 3 worth 2,200 and so on. Picks in the seventh and final round are all worth less than 3, with the final half of picks worth a single point.

The value of a team's haul does not necessarily correlate with their first round position or number of picks.

Here's a look at how each NFL team stands:

Los Angeles Rams: 3,177.2 (5 picks)

San Diego Chargers: 3,156.6 (8 picks)

Tennessee Titans: 3,081.9 (9 picks)

Philadelphia Eagles: 2,868.5 (7 picks)

Cleveland Browns: 2,802.6 (12 picks)

Dallas Cowboys 2,779.9 (9 picks)

Jacksonville Jaguars: 2,617 (8 picks)

Baltimore Ravens: 2,612.1 (9 picks)

San Francisco 49ers: 2,532.3 (12 picks)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 2,219.8 (7 picks)

New York Giants: 2,159.8 (6 picks)

Chicago Bears: 2,155.4 (9 picks)

Miami Dolphins: 1,987.6 (8 picks)

New Orleans Saints: 1,931.3 (6 picks)

Oakland Raiders: 1,919.2 (8 picks)

Detroit Lions: 1,719 (10 picks)

Buffalo Bills: 1,617.6 (8 picks)

Atlanta Falcons: 1,600 (5 picks)

Indianapolis Colts: 1,592 (6 picks)

New York Jets: 1,476 (6 picks)

Houston Texans: 1,446.4 (7 picks)

Washington Redskins: 1,440.2 (8 picks)

Minnesota Vikings: 1,380 (8 picks)

Seattle Seahawks: 1,370.9 (9 picks)

Cincinnati Bengals: 1,334 (7 picks)

Green Bay Packers: 1,332.8 (9 picks)

Pittsburgh Steelers: 1,239.9 (7 picks)

Denver Broncos: 1,212.9 (10 picks)

Carolina Panthers: 1,099.8 (6 picks)

Kansas City Chiefs: 1,078 (7 picks)

New England Patriots: 884 (11 picks)

Arizona Cardinals: 872.2 (6 picks)