Buffalo Bills Mock Draft: Focus on secondary but still address other needs
Unfortunately, Zack Moss RB out of Utah was selected just four picks before the Bills at overall pick 128. This is around the area the Bills should focus on adding complementary pieces to their offense or defense. This specific mock draft played out to give the Bills a steal on TE Thaddeus Moss.
A very solid possession tight end that would compliment the speedy and powerful Dawson Knox that is already on the Buffalo Bills. After last season with Lee Smith, the Bills need to focus on finding a replacement TE that can block as well as pass catch. Lee Smith is too much of a tendency solidifier, much like the argument with A.J. Dillon. With Lee Smith in the game the defense can competently assume that the play will not be a pass.
By drafting Moss, the Bills have plenty of personnel package options, they can now run 12 personnel with two competent pass catchers at TE as well as the ability to run 11 personnel while interchanging Moss with Knox based on situations.