3. Packers trade No. 14 and No. 150 to Bills for No. 22 and No. 56
After they traded up in the last scenario, they trade down in this one as they move from 14th to 21st and also acquire another second-round pick in the process. Oh, and they send No. 150 (fifth round) as a sweetener.
This move may seem counterproductive considering they are a team in win-now mode and don’t really have a need to stockpile more rookies. However, it would give them six of the top 101 picks and a lot of flexibility for other moves if they choose (like trading for a veteran on a rebuilding team).
The Packers would likely only do this move if their top targets are gone at 14 and they feel they can still get someone they like at 22 (say, Joshua Jackson).
It’s a little risky if they really like that particular player, but it’s certainly playing the board. With the Packers having a few needs on defense, it would allow them to add another high draft pick in the second round and give them another player who has a chance to be a contributor on day one.