Stealing from the New York Jets
This one was by far the toughest because the Buffalo Bills needs don’t align well with the top players the Jets have. As mentioned previously, it would be unlikely that the Bills would make the switch to Sam Darnold or that they view Le’Veon Bell as an upgrade over Devin Singletary and Zack Moss.
On the defensive side of the ball, they could look at a Quinnen Williams to pair with Ed Oliver at defensive tackle or maybe C.J. Mosley and slide Tremaine Edmunds outside. These aren’t great fits but could be options.
With all things considered, the Bills just go with the best player the Jets have and that is safety Jamal Adams. While Jordan Poyer is a good safety, the addition of Adams would be a major boost to this secondary.
The former first round pick has 273 total tackles in three years and is coming off his first Pro Bowl selection as well as being named to the first-team All-Pro last year. The combination of Micah Hyde with Adams would be tough on opposing offenses and bumping Poyer to a reserve role would give the Bills one of the most talented, and deepest, safety position in the NFL.