The second day of the 2016 NFL Draft saw the rich get richer and several shocking selections, including the Dallas Cowboys nabbing Jaylon Smith ahead of fellow injured linebacker Myles Jack and the Buccaneers trading up into the second round to nab kicker Robert Aguayo.
If Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott falls past the Cowboys at No. 4, several teams selecting in the mid first round will be on the phone with the Browns, looking to trade up to No. 8 for the talented Buckeyes runner.
New Orleans appears to be in dire need of upgrades at multiple positions. If the opportunity to move back in the draft presents itself, don't be surprised to see the Saints bow out of the first round. If they stay at No. 12, an offensive tackle or pass rusher are very high on GM Mickey Loomis' wish list.
Trading back is near curse-word status in Cleveland. The Oh Fudge (Christmas Story) feeling resurfaced for the Browns, who hope to sidestep memories of botched draft deals passed with their latest, unproven hierarchy following the path of analytics.