3 moves the Buffalo Bills will regret making from the 2024 offseason

These moves that the Buffalo Bills did not do will come back to haunt them at some point.
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1.) Not trading up for WR Brian Thomas Jr.

The biggest headline that faced the Bills going into the NFL Draft was getting wide receiver help. Once the Bills traded Stefon Diggs to the Texans, the possibility of the Bills getting a wideout became even greater. However, they took a different route than we expected when they traded back twice in the first round that would eventually get them out of the first round and have the first pick in the second round. With that pick, Beane ended the ongoing drama as to what the Bills would do and drafted Keon Coleman out of Florida State. 

While it might work out with Coleman, the Bills had a chance to trade up and draft LSU receiver Brian Thomas Jr. who went to the Jacksonville Jaguars at No. 23, just five picks away from the Bills’ original first round pick. Even with Malik Nabers on the same team at LSU, Thomas still managed to lead the FBS with 17 receiving touchdowns and caught 68 passes for 1,177 yards with the Tigers.

Thomas was elite at LSU and instead of the Bills trading up to get him, he will now be catching passes from Trevor Lawrence to help elevate his game. The Jaguars and Bills could play in the playoffs down the road and having to defend Thomas will be a tough task.