That plan's first step: Win the $1.6 billion Mega Millions jackpot.
Step Two: Personally fund a new contract for estranged teammate Le'Veon Bell and end a season-long hold out.
Name a better lottery "what-if?" lottery plan hatched this week. We'll wait.
Suppose Bell wants $15M per season -- enough to make him the league's highest-paid running back. Had Smith-Schuster won and elected for the one-time $913 million payout, he could've funded Bell's contract demands for the next 60 seasons and change.