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Matt Kalil looks to be slipping down the draft.
This last one is purely speculation (they all are, really).
Let's say Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III go one-two. Let's say the Vikings settle on Morris Claiborne and the Browns scoop up Trent Richardson.
As we've established, Tampa Bay will have every team in the league on the phone, trying to drop back into the pack.
Why not the Buffalo Bills?
ESPN's Todd McShay has the Bills taking Riley Reiff with the No. 10 pick in his latest mock draft. Reiff is the second-best offensive tackle prospect in the draft, according to most draft experts.
But if Matt Kalil, the consensus top offensive tackle in this class, were to drop all the way to No. 5, wouldn't the Bills be enticed into to making a move?
They couldn't wait any longer, however, since the St. Louis Rams' dreams would all be coming true if Kalil fell to No. 6.
The Rams were originally expected to collect Kalil at No. 2, before shipping the pick off to Washington in exchange for the Black Pearl and four Horcruxes.
After dropping all the way to No. 6, never in their wildest dreams could they have imagined still scoring the USC product. But if a team like Carolina swaps with Tampa Bay before Buffalo or anyone else, the Rams are going to throw themselves a huge party.
Or the Rams could just try to make the switch with Tampa. Either way, really.