This time the Miami Dolphins trade Pick 35, Pick 122 and Pick 198 to the Kansas City Chiefs for Pick 32 (assuming the Chiefs win the Super Bowl)
See, this mock draft is more than trading back! Now the Dolphins get aggressive and get themselves a starting tackle. I explained that moving back would allow the Dolphins to transform their entire roster and it really would give them options to be aggressive in this draft, which they get aggressive here.
Trading back into the 1st round to get a starting tackle would be huge. Tagovailoa needs weapons, but he also needs an offensive line that he can trust. As you can see, this mock draft is all about building around Tagovailoa. Two receivers and now a starting lineman, all in the first round. Former Notre Dame Left Tackle Liam Eichenberg can arrive in Miami on Day 1 and be your starting left or right tackle.
He would instantly boost the Dolphins’ offensive line and give them yet another building block around Tagovailoa. This would allow the versatile Robert Hunt to move inside to guard, which would strengthen two positions with one move. The Dolphins would have a young core of offensive lineman to protect Tagovailoa with this move.