Buffalo Bills: Why the team will draft Josh Rosen

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Josh Rosen has all the tools to be a franchise quarterback in the NFL, and the Buffalo Bills will draft him in the 2018 NFL Draft.

The quarterback position has been an issue for the Buffalo Bills since Jim Kelly retired. Buffalo has had numerous swings at finding a franchise QB, but have missed each and every time.

Tyrod Taylor is no longer part of the picture as he was traded to the Cleveland Browns for a 2018 third-round pick Friday evening. The team was also rumored to be the team that offered a second for Philadelphia Eagles backup quarterback Nick Foles. Also, Nathan Peterman is still on the roster.

However, it appears the team is loading up to take a quarterback in a strong 2018 NFL Draft class. After acquiring a third-round pick to replace the one the team sent away in the Kelvin Benjamin trade, it looks like the team wants to make a trade to the top of the draft to get one of the top prospects this year.

There is one prospect in this year’s draft that has been connected to the Bills more than others. That man is named Josh Rosen.

The team has been linked to the former UCLA Bruin and Brandon Beane has time and time again talked about what they look for in a quarterback. Josh Rosen fits that bill and has appeared to be nailing his pre-draft meetings.

Taking a further look at Rosen, we can see how special he is and why the Bills will draft him this April.