Dec 8, 2013; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Bobby Rainey (43) runs with the ball as Buffalo Bills outside linebacker Manny Lawson (91) defends during the first half at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

2014 NFL Mock Draft: The Buffalo Bills Select…


This is the second installment of Fansided’s mock draft outlook.  For week 15, we will be looking at Sayre Bedinger’s thoughts as to where the Bills will be picking as well as their pick.

Sayre has the Bills picking in the 6th spot this week after their lost to Tampa Bay.  I believe that Buffalo will most likely be in the top 10 but I think it will be more towards the later part of the top ten (8-10).

Bedinger, like last weeks mock draft pick, has the Bills going defense but not at middle linebacker, he moved just a bit outside and went with outside linebacker Anthony Barr out of UCLA.

My stance from last week of Buffalo not needed a middle linebacker will be staying the same this week.  With Bradham and Lawson as their outside linebackers right now, I don’t see a need at this position at this time.  I see a need for a strong wide receiver or a strong balanced cornerback to take the place of Leodis McKelvin.

We previous looked at the possible wide receivers for the Bills as well as the possible cornerbacks for the Bills sitting in the late top ten spot.  At this point, if Buffalo takes a linebacker in the draft, with Bradham and Lawson, who performed well this year, and with Kiko at middle when he is up for Defensive Rookie of the year, could lead the team with interceptions as well as be selected to the Pro Bowl, the I really don’t know what to tell you except that I would question Marrone’s thought process about the team.

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  • E Kowa

    I would think the firs pick would be along the O-line. After losing two last year to free agency, not even Spiller has looked the same. FredEx has, but then again, he is FredEx…