The economics of the draft have evolved over the last decade to the point where top 10 picks are almost undesirable due to the ludicrous contracts that accompany top picks. As such, the old trade value chart has become outdated and doesn't necessarily match the amounts of today. So in recent years, when a team traded into the top 10 picks they usually did so and won on the trade value chart.
When the Jaguars traded the 26th, 71st, 89th and 125th picks to move up to 8th and select Derrick Harvey, they won on the trade value chart by over 200 points. Common sense tells the onlooker that the Ravens may have won the trade despite that discrepancy because the Jaguars had to pay Harvey $17.177 million of guaranteed money and the Ravens got three more picks in the draft.
In 2010 things went differently though. The Jaguars traded up just six spots and gave up more than 100 points of value to do so. The Falcons trade is tough to put into numerical values due to the future picks that have no set value, but it's clear they didn't get a discount and likely lost in terms of the value chart. So did the Jaguars actually lose the trade? I don't think they did.