First, yes I would be laughing you right off the phone with your first offer. Imagine for a moment you're in Dorsey's shoes. You have 1-1, 1-4, 2-33, 2-35, 2- 63, 3, 65. You know the Eagles gave up 2 firsts, two 2nds and a third and fourth to draft Wentz with the second overall pick. Why expect anything different than that.
If I were him, I'd already be thinking about signing McCarron as my bridge QB, taking Darnold at #1, throwing 1-4 and one of my seconds to the Giants to make sure I grabbed Barkley. I can still grab CB and WR with my other two 2nd rounders and call it good. That's an awesome draft.
But I'll counter your latest offer instead.
Tannehill, Landry, 1-11, your first next year and I want Reshad Jones.
No, if I'm Dorsey I look at giant holes I have at starting QB, WR, CB and other positions. Then I look at how I have a plethora of young guys whose only experience are 1 and 0 win seasons. Finally, I see a tough, experienced QB who was on the ascent before injury and a 110% overachieving WR who will have signed his one year tag. Both players will be out to prove their worth and instantly upgrade my team. If both fail, I'm out of their contracts after 1 year and still haven't lost an early 1st Round pick in the process.
Trying to compare unknown draft picks to proven players doesn't add up. Trying to use a Philadelphia team that just needed a new QB versus a Cleveland team that needs a complete rebranding for its fan base is like apples and oranges. You also have a draft with at least 4, maybe 5 QBs who could go top 10. This isn't like 2016 where it was Goff, Wentz and a whole lot of nothing. Cleveland doesn't have the leverage they did then.
Cleveland doesn't need tons of picks, they need players. I can't think of a better player package that is contract friendly then what Miami could offer. Cleveland can land one of the remaining QBs at 4 and Derwin James (instead of Jones' bloated contract) at 11.
While I agree Dorsey won't just take the offer, its going to make him think. AJ McCarron is going to want to negotiate and bid Cleveland against other suitors. Tannehill and Landry will be locked into their deals with no room to dictate anything. And frankly, Cleveland still has enough ammo trade up to 2 with the Giants by giving up their 4th and 32nd pick if they want to guarantee themselves the QB Miami isn't picking.