2. Tampa Bay trades up to 12. Philadelphia gets the 19th pick (which belongs to Cleveland). Tampa Bay also gives third round pick to Cleveland.
In this scenario, we are assuming that Cleveland has already selected Myles Garrett with the 1st Overall Pick. They would already possess arguably the most freaky athlete in the entire draft, and now are looking to bolster their roster with even more picks than they already have.
It looks as though Tampa Bay is looking to add an elite level talent to their offense. This could be in the form of RB Dalvin Cook, WRs Mike Williams or Corey Davis, or TE OJ Howard. All of these are on the radar for the Bucs.
There is potential that none of those play-makers would be available with Tampa Bay’s selection at 19. They could change this by moving up to 12, where most, if not all of those players will still be available. If they fall in love with one before draft day, this could very well happen as we have seen the Bucs trade up to get players they desire, (Roberto Aguayo 2016).
Cleveland may be in the market for a quarterback, and whether they pick at 12 or 19, none of the teams between those picks look to be in the market for one. They could always use another pick in the 3rd round as well, as this roster needs as much talent as they can get.