October 1, 2011; College Park, MD, USA; Maryland Terrapins tight end Matt Furstenburg (89) runs past Clemson Tigers safety Jonathan Meeks (5) for a touchdown during the second half at Byrd Stadium. Clemson beat Maryland 56-45. Mandatory Credit: Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

2013 NFL Draft: Buffalo Bills and the 143rd pick

The Buffalo Bills have been able to help themselves out on both sides of the ball.  They have drafted QB EJ Manuel, WRs Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin, LB Kiko Alonso, and Safety Duke Williams.  With all of these picks, minus EJ Manuel they have also added players that can and should excel on special teams as well.

At this point the draft for the Buffalo Bills has been successful in my eyes and if we had no more picks I would be very happy with the outcome at this point.

This is not the case, the Bills do have 3 more picks, 1 in each of the next upcoming rounds (5-7).

With the 143rd overall pick the Buffalo Bills stay on the defensive side of the ball and take Safety Jonathan Meeks out of Clemson.  Meeks is a 6′ Safety that had 62 tackles and 2 interceptions last year.  In his college career he has been able to come away with 157 tackles and 7 interceptions.

I am not completely sure with this pick as I still think the Bills need a Guard and would have figured one in the 3rd round.  I still like the Bills draft up to this point but would like to see a guard at some point as well.

 

 

 

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