Overall, the Buffalo Bills did a great job given the circumstances they were heading into the draft with.
Given the fact that the Bills really only needed to address one position at defensive end, which they did with A.J. Epenesa, the rest of the picks made were more depth and value than anything. Selecting multiple players at the wide receiver position, a running back, a kicker and more added athleticism and versatility to the team.
Though they missed out on some of the best wide receivers in the draft has ever seen in CeeDee Lamb, Henry Ruggs, Jerry Jeudy and Tee Higgins, the Buffalo Bills now have their number one in Stefon Diggs.
The lack of true number one threat for Josh Allen last year was the difference-maker in many games last season. Without the threat that Diggs is, the Bills offense sputtered at times relying on Cole Beasley to routinely make third down receptions to keep the drive alive. During the 2020 season, Buffalo will have all the offensive toys they need to make a deep playoff run now that the Patriots are the weakest they’ve been.
Along with the edge position the Bills bolstered their running back room with Zack Moss which is also a great addition to the Bills offense. The San Fransisco 49ers have had tremendous success with multiple bodies in the backfield. Not only does it give the offense a different look, but it also limits the number of hits each back takes, which can be a huge advantage in the playoffs if everyone is healthy.
Now concluding his third draft with the Buffalo Bills, Brandon Beane has to really showed that he indeed has a vision for this team. Though the offseason is not over as the team can sign UDFAs and free agents alike, one thing is for certain: that Bean has a vision for this team and they are looking more dangerous today than they did a decade ago.