Buffalo Bills 7 Round Mock Draft V.1

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With the ninth overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft the Buffalo Bills select Jake Matthews Offensive Tackle Texas A&M

Oct 20, 2012; College Station, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies offensive linesman Jake Matthews (75) blocks against the LSU Tigers in the first quarter at Kyle Field. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

Jake Matthews is a book end right Tackle who will start in the NFL for the next twelve plus years. Matthews played left tackle his senior year while playing right his first three years in college station. Matthews is the type of player who is a plug and play prospect, one who needs very little polishing to become a Joe Thomas type player. Although the Bills already have Erik Pears, they still need a starting caliber RT who will be opposite Cordy Glenn for the next ten to fifteen years. Another upside to Matthews is his bloodline, very few people have as prestigious of a bloodline coming into the NFL. His father Bruce is a Hall of Famer and his cousins are Clay and Riley Matthews, to come from a family like this is a major upside because you can work on a players size and abilities but you can change their genetics and that is something Matthews has in spades.

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  • Paul Kawalerski

    This sounds like a great draft to me. Love the pick of Skov. Watched the video and can’t say I have seen any better highlights from any other LB yet. Looks like the Bills could spawn another WWF entry with this pick. That guy brings the heat. I’m curious if you could see him go to OLB or is he strictly an inside guy and if so how would that play out with Spikes? But, overall it seems like a great daft all around. I’m all in.

  • Alex Jones

    I believe he definitely could make the move but I think it may take a couple years. Schwartz is a guru of developing front seven players and I think he could work his magic with Skov. I just love how he plays and think he would be a great fit with Alonso and Spikes, we’d have one of the most physically imposing defenses on the east coast. I mean Seattle proved that defense still wins championships last year and I think we could try to model ourselves after their plan.