On the day of the professional football draft, the owner, general manager, and coaching staff of the New York Gladiators are attempting to decide which of the available players they should select as their pick approaches. They have three players on their big board whom they would like:
Al Stonecrusher, a defensive lineman, Bruce Kowslaski, a tight end, and Charlie Speedman, a running back. They evaluate players according to four criteria—the player’s projected salary demands, speed, and size (i.e., height and weight), and the team’s position needs. Following are the group’s pairwise comparisons for the players for each of the four criteria and the pairwise comparisons for thecriteria:

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