Buffalo Bills News: A special mock draft ahead of the 2019 NFL Draft
The Buffalo Bills have plenty of picks in the 2019 NFL Draft and our most recent mock draft saw two writers go head-to-head in making picks.
There are countless mock drafts out there every single year.
The difference in our latest one is that two writers decided to go head-to-head to predict what the Buffalo Bills will do in the first three rounds of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Stephen McCarthy and Justin Baumann have been our resident draft experts since last year and are back at it in 2019 in a year when the Bills aren’t targeting a quarterback early. That opens up plenty of possibilities in every round of the draft.
The fun thing about mock drafts is that everyone gets to go over all of these possibilities. No one is necessarily wrong and arguments can ensue. For this particular mock draft, we shared a poll on Twitter where you can vote on whether Stephen or Justin had the better picks. That is on our profile page and will be shared throughout the day.
Let’s take a look at this news and more in a Monday edition of The Morning Charge. Only a few more weeks until the draft!
Buffalo Bills News:
A dueling three-round mock draft (BuffaLowDown, Justin Baumann)
Our resident draft experts go through the first three picks owned by the Bills in this month’s NFL Draft. Be sure to decide who you think has the better picks.
Early fantasy rankings for the 2019 season (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)
It is never too early to look forward to the next fantasy football season. In good news for Bills fans, there are several players on the roster who could be great fantasy options in 2019.
Mock Draft Watch 6.0 (BuffaloBills.com)
This post rounds up several of the mock drafts out there. When it comes to what the Bills will do at No. 9 overall, everyone has an opinion and many are different.
Buffalo Bills hosting OT Tytus Howard on pre-draft visit (Buffalo Rumblings, John Boccacino)
The visits continue as the Bills are checking up on all the potential draft picks.
I imagine that even after all the free-agent additions, the front office is nowhere near satisfied with the roster.