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According to Empircal Research, Punters (money spent on them) do not correlate to team success.

In researching for a paper on the uniqueness of the NFL labor market, I found an article correlating money spent on different positons to team success. Not surprising to me, an additional million spent on a punter does not net in more wins for a team. If you compare dollars spent to draft picks used in terms of value, then it can be said that punters should not be drafted as high as other positions. Despite trying to push my point that picking Anger in the 3rd was a joke, this article is still a good read.

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