There's a decent chance that some QB hungry teams might want to leap frog up into the top spots, and if there's competition that could favour the Dolphins in terms of acquiring even more draft capital. The exact scenario would be dependent upon a lot of factors, but let's say the Dolphins can trade back a couple spots from 3 to 5 or 6 and pick up a good haul for their trouble. Maybe they can even pull off another trade back to 7 or 8, depending on interest. If the Dolphins can bring in a decent haul, might it be worth considering trying to trade back up at some point to pursue 3 picks in the first round to nab some talent. We've got Sewell, Pitts, Smith, Chase, Waddle, Parsons, and maybe one of the CB's worth acquiring at different points in the first. Investing in some solid talent now, while we have it in front of us, could free us up to avoid some inflated veteran contracts later. Sewell and Pitts would likely have to be taken after the first trade back because they like aren't getting past 6, if that. It would cost us second rounders and maybe a future first or so, but if the talent depth drops off later into the second, maybe better to invest those up front? Or would you rather have multiple second and third round picks this year? What do you think?