2013 NFL Draft: Buffalo Bills and the 41st pick select…

Nov 24, 2012; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Southern California Trojans receiver Robert Woods (2) is pursued by Notre Dame Fighting Irish safety Chris Salvi (24) at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Notre Dame defeated USC 22-13. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-USA TODAY Sport.

 

 

After last night and the Buffalo Bills taking the only QB, EJ Manuel, drafted in the first round, the Buffalo Bills stay on the offensive side and draft a WR out of USC, Robert Woods. Woods can run routes and has a great RAC as well.  In 2012 he racked up 76 catches for 846 yards and 11 TDs.  He is also one that can provide a kick return and has returned 55 career kick returns and has a 24.8 avg with 1 TD.

With the loss of David Nelson and Donald Jones to free agency, the Bills fill a major need at Wide Receiver with their second pick and in my eyes they are two for two on pics and needs.  So far I would rate the Buffalo Bills and the draft as an A-.

The Bills have a pick at 46th just 5 picks from the Robert Woods pick.  Where will the Bills go here?  Will they go G or will they go LB?  I think they will go G and we will soon find out.

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Topics: Buffalo Bills, NFL Draft, Robert Woods

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