It's not aimed at you but the whole thing seems like a winless argument. Unless someone thinks the trade is a massive overpayment or a steal of the century, there's no way to definitively say whether something is slightly above, below, or exactly market value. Barring full access to BriseBois's office and seeing all the offers on the table, how does anyone know if the deal couldn't have been a first and a fourth, or a first and a second? It's like criticizing the 2017 draft. Maybe Benning could've gotten the extra second and still get EP40 after moving down. Or maybe we'd be watching Glass or Mittelstadt in Utica right now.
At the end of the day, these moves worked out, and whatever little extra that could've been squeezed out are effectively inconsequential. It's confounding why anyone bothers to spend energy putting down a trade that resulted in a win for their own team.