These are the five best second round picks that the Buffalo Bills have made since 2000.
The Buffalo Bills track record for drafting hasn’t always been great over the past two decades. However, the second round has been the most fruitful for the organization.
Since 2000, the Bills have made 21 selections in the second round and had five years where they had multiple picks and three years with none.
This was by far the toughest round to narrow down to five or so players as there were a number of players that could be considered. The Bills selected players like Chris Kelsay, who was picked in 2003 and was with the organization for 10 years and a starter for a majority of those seasons.
Another player was safety Aaron Williams, who the Bills selected in 2011, and looked to be on his way to having an excellent career. However, it was cut short due to injuries.
In addition to Kelsay and Williams, the Buffalo Bills selected Kiko Alonso, Cordy Glenn and Travis Henry in the second round who all became starters at one time. However, they were not able to beat out any of these other players.
These are the top five best second round picks the Buffalo Bills have made since 2000.