Buffalo Bills Pick: Best QB or Best Player

NFL: 2013 NFL Draft. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY SportsYesterday, while sitting in the doctors office, waiting for my sons appointment, SportsCenter was on and they had a question that they were debating over. Would you draft the best QB on the board at your pick or the Best Available Player?

Basically this question could go for anyone in the top 10 to 15 in really any draft.

If the Buffalo Bills had the first overall pick, would they draft Bridgewater or Manziel or would they look to a Clowney or Mack with the first pick.

Many of you believe that a QB should be drafted this year but you just don’t know in what round. Others, like myself, are against a QB being draft and the best available player should be drafted whether it be Clowney, Mack, Evans, or Ebron.

This question would work and does work for the Bills at the 9th spot as well. What if Bridgewater, Manziel, Clowney, Mack, Evans, and Ebron were all still available at the 9th pick? Do the Bills take a leap of faith with Manziel or Bridgewater and go two straight years drafting a QB in the first round or do they look to address another needed area on the team such as Wide Receiver or Tight End or even a Tackle? I didn’t mention any of the tackles as options above. What if Matthews and Robinson were available and added to the mix? Obviously they would all be available at the 1st pick but what about at the 9th.

If you were in the war room come May 8th and have that influential vote as to who to draft, who do you pick; Best QB or Best Available Player?

Would you take the best QB or best available player with the 1st pick.

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