3. Cowboys T Tyron Smith
This is called "dream targets" after all. Smith has been one of the best offensive tackles in football over the last decade, and after 13 seasons in Dallas, is set to be a free agent this year. And while it's not like Ronnie Stanley, Morgan Moses, or Patrick Mekari played poorly this year, it's moreso that they just ... didn't quite live up to expectations. Both Stanley and Moses missed at least three games a piece, too. Smith's had his own injury concerns – he hasn't played more than 13 games since 2015 –but teams will do much worse next year than a tackle depth chart with Smith, Stanley, and Moses. This is the ultimate win-now move, which fits in with where the Ravens currently are at. Maybe Derrick Henry finds his way to Baltimore too? Offseason Champion is an infamously cursed title at this point, but Evans, Henry, and Smith all coming to Baltimore would be one for the ages.