Buffalo Bills 2014 NFL Draft Overview

We are a week out from the 2014 NFL Draft and the hype is getting higher and higher.

We have been looking at the possibilities for the the Buffalo Bills to draft an Offensive Lineman; Jake Matthews or Taylor Lewan.  We have looked at the Bills drafting a weapon at the receiver position to help out EJ Manuel and company; Mike Evans and Sammy Watkins.  We have also looked at the Bills bringing in a TE with their 9th overall pick to help out the above-mentioned; Eric Ebron, maybe a little later in the 2nd round Austin Sefarian-Jenkins.  We also looked at the possibility of trades at the draft for the Bills.

We have also broken down countless mock drafts from the experts as to who the Bills will take an why.  Most of them included the guys that we were looking at but I do remember one that stated the Bills would take a running back.  All I could do is shake my head knowing that there was not a running back projected in the first round.

We have given you our mock drafts and we are currently giving you one on BLDs Facebook to include all of the staff writers on BLD as well as giving you 3 full rounds of the draft.  We will also be providing our 4-7 round picks for just the Bills after the first 3 rounds are complete.  Come on by and check it out.  It has already started.  The Texans are no longer on the clock.

We are also bringing you a short One-Minute Drill – Team by Team look into SI.coms Don Banks’ outllook into the Bills draft possibilities. 

Who will the Bills go with? It can only be speculation and educated guessing at this point.  I am sure that the Bills have an idea of who they might want to take depending on who is available but until draft day and the 9th spot rolls around; NFL Commissioner goes up to the podium and says…”With the 9th pick in the 2014 NFL Draft the Buffalo Bills select…, we wont know.

What do you think the Bills will do at 9?

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