The Green Bay Packers are headed into the 2023 NFL Draft with ten draft picks. They have three picks through day two. (Four are in the seventh round.) The team could look to trade back in this year’s draft to add high-value picks to the roster this offseason. The Packers are rebuilding the roster this offseason before the start of the Jordan Love era. With no compensation yet coming for Aaron Rodgers in a trade, the Packers could turn to the Buffalo Bills as a partner to swap the 15th pick for extra draft capital.
The Green Bay Packers could trade back with the Buffalo Bills
The Bills need help with their offensive line, precisely the right tackle position. A few offensive tackles are projected to go in the first round that would suit their needs, like Paris Johnson Jr., Darnell Wright, and Peter Skoronski. However, they might not be available at the 27 overall pick, where the Bills are scheduled to pick in the first round.
One or more of those tackles should be on the board at 15. The Packers have other pressing needs on offense at tight end and wide receiver. While they wouldn’t necessarily be able to take whatever pass catcher they want at 27, the Packers could find one to be a solid contributor at 27. The Packers could then use another second-round pick from the Bills to gain a quality safety or pass rusher.
Proposed trade between the Bills and Packers
According to the draft value chart, the Packers’ 15th overall pick is worth 1,050 points. The Bills’ 27th overall pick is worth 660 points. The Bills would need to add a couple of draft picks to give enough value to the Packers to make the trade worth it.
Green Bay Packers Receive
- Number 27 overall pick
- Number 59 overall pick
- Number 91 overall pick
Buffalo Bills Receive
- Number 15 overall pick
- Number 232 overall pick
The Bills could secure their offensive line to protect quarterback Josh Allen. Protecting Allen has been a problem that’s shown up in critical playoff games in recent years. The Packers could add a good pass catcher with the 27th pick. They would also own four picks on day two to add help for the defensive line and secondary. If this type of trade were to go through, they might even consider drafting a backup quarterback in the third round.
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