Every Lions fan's fantasy is Sammy Watkins. He's the total package and would be the perfect complement to Calvin Johnson.
But will he be there at the 10th pick? Unlikely.
So general manager Martin Mayhew would need to make a move to grab the apple of Detroit's eye. Luckily, there's a guideline for us to follow for speculation purposes.
The famed draft-pick value chart, sourced from ESPN.com, shows that Detroit would have to add 320 "value points" to their No. 10 pick to make the deal work. With just a bit of creativity, the Lions can get there by giving up the 74th overall pick this year and a 2015 fourth-rounder.
The future fourth-rounder would be the sticking point. If the Lions are the worst team in the league, Atlanta "wins" the deal by 32 points. If Detroit wins the Super Bowl (stifle your laughs), the Lions would win by 36.
A deal where everyone bears a little risk? Sounds like a winner.