Trade number 5 with the Buffalo Bills
Finally, we come to a team that is truly in the hunt for a Super Bowl. Over the course of the offseason, the Buffalo Bills have been rumored to be in on one more playmaker on offense. At one point, they looked like a favorite for DeAndre Hopkins. Other times, they were rumored to move up in the draft and select a top wideout.
Ultimately, they took tight end Dalton Kincaid in the first round and skipped on Hopkins. While Kincaid is a weapon, the Bills could still use a move like this. Landing Taylor and putting him in the same back field as Josh Allen would be filthy.
The Bills need to continue doing whatever they can to pursue a Super Bowl, especially because their division is only getting tougher by the day, it seems. Aaron Rodgers is now a Jet, New York's defense is ascending, and the Dolphins offense is one of the most explosive in the game, while Miami also added Jalen Ramsey.
In this deal, the Colts would simply get young running back in James Cook, plus a first rounder from Buffalo. It's not as huge as the other deals, but Buffalo gives up a former second-round running back with many talents, along with a first-round draft pick in exchange for maybe the best running back in the game.