Say the Dolphins are able to secure a deal for Flynn. That would leave Cleveland still in need of a QB, as their interest in Flynn shows they're at least looking, and and they would likely turn to drafting Tannehill. Because most recognize Tannehill is a potentially big reach at #8 taking him at #4 is almost unthinkable and maybe that means Cleveland would be willing to swap picks in the 1st and give them both of our 3rd round picks to move up to #4. That let's us take Blackmon, giving Flynn an immediate #1 target and filling the whole left after trading Marshall. Like I said I know Tannehill is still a reach for Cleveland at #8 but it's still before Seattle picks, who would also be interested in his services, and the trade value goes like like this: #4: 1800 #8: 1400, #72: 230, #83: 175 = 1805 Cleveland gets their quarterback and Miami gets their offensive threat (and maybe adds Fleener in the second round at TE). Does this seem like a possible scenario?