4. Buffalo Bills
The Bills ended a long playoff drought last year, but a midseason benching of Tyrod Taylor in favor of rookie Nathan Peterman almost cost them. Peterman threw five interceptions in that Week 11 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers, and Taylor was dealt to the Cleveland Browns this offseason in a long-awaited parting of team and quarterback.
The Bills used one of their first-round picks to move into the top 10 overall and get Josh Allen, so they’ve got their theoretical quarterback of the future to go along with free agent signing A.J. McCarron. But those two first-round picks would have also given them some theoretical ammo to make a trade for Luck, as the Colts look to stockpile picks and rebuild a talent-bare roster that has been exposed in his absence.
Bills general manager Brandon Beane has not been afraid to make moves since taking over. So a fairly recent significant trade offer for Luck can’t be ruled out, even if the Colts turned it down without so much as a second thought.