I disagree that Philly is in the QB market. They spent a 2nd round pick on Hurts and are likely encouraged enough by what they saw last year not to draft another QB. Much like the Pats, they have holes everywhere, especially OL (although that might've been injuries, but I digress). Miami has to know that they're a QB away from being a real contender, so I expect that they will draft their non QB target at 3 or trade down to draft the same guy while adding an asset. ATL is a bit of a wild card but I doubt they draft a QB. Cincy is invested in Burrow. Philly already discussed. DET, CAR, and DEN (maybe?) are likely in the QB market among others. In other words, there should be trade partners if the Pats want to move up as high as 4, but there will be competition for those draft slots so the price will be significant.Except if the absolute stud they want is WR1, and they can not only take the exact same player at 6 or 8 but also get a few extra second rounders tossed in.
Philly and Carolina are both likely in the QB market along with ATL. One of those teams are likely to pony up a few picks to secure “their guy” at 3.
6 with Philly likely means Miami gets their choice of WR if QBs go 1-3, ATL takes whoever, maybe Pitts maybe Parsons maybe QB4, and Cincy goes Sewell. Now Miami takes WR1, and maybe pockets an extra 2 second rounders as well.