74. BJ Hill, DL: Cincinnati Bengals ➡️ Cincinnati Bengals
The Cincinnati Bengals traded for BJ Hill last year from the New York Giants, and the former third-round pick out of NC State showed out.
Things just really worked out for the Bengals last year in general, but it was the dominance of their defensive front that really helped push this team over the top during the playoffs.
Hill was a huge piece of that.
He tied his career-best with 5.5 sacks and set a career mark with 12 QB hits.
73. Evan Engram, TE: New York Giants ➡️ Dallas Cowboys
This one might be a little bit out there because of the number of players the Cowboys have to re-sign, but we could see these two sides find a way to make it happen.
The Cowboys might soon have to make the tough decision to say goodbye to Amari Cooper, which would open up a lot of targets in the Dallas offense.
They also have to find a way to bring back Michael Gallup and maybe Dalton Schultz as well as Cedrick Wilson.
Dak Prescott needs some guys to get the ball to and I think with the Lunda Wells coaching connection on Dallas’ staff, Engram could go to Dallas and play a big slot role in Kellen Moore’s defense, getting the chance to stick it to the Giants fans that booed him twice a year.