By the time of the actual NFL Draft in late April, there's a chance we'll end up hitting every permutation of the likely trade-up-for-a-QB scenario. In our previous mock draft, we had the Colts moving up to the top spot. This time around, it's the Texans who go from No. 2 to No. 1 for Bryce Young. Of course, had since-fired coach Lovie Smith just lost in Week 18, Houston would've ended up with the first overall selection, and it wouldn't now cost them picks No. 2, 66 (3rd round), 104 (4th round) and a 2024 3rd rounder for the honor to take the Alabama QB. Meanwhile, the Raiders move from No. 7 to No. 3, swapping places with the Cardinals, to grab C.J. Stroud. The cost? That aforementioned seventh selection, along with No. 39 (2nd round), and a 2024 2nd rounder.