Breaking down the strongest and weakest positions for Bills after 2024 NFL Draft

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The 2024 NFL Draft was one of the most hyped-up drafts since 2021, which featured players like Trevor Lawrence, Justin Fields, and Micah Parsons as a few of the headliners for that class. This class featured a lot of talent in almost every positional group, especially receiver, which happened to be the Buffalo Bills' biggest need at the time.

The Bills also needed some help in the secondary, especially with the departure of Jordan Poyer, Micah Hyde, and Tre'Davious White. They also need some depth within their defensive line, linebackers, and cornerbacks. Thankfully, the Bills had some draft capital for this draft and were able to address several of their positional needs.

Buffalo Bills Strongest Position Group: Wide Receiver

Before the draft, this would be the Bills' number one weakness on the team until they landed Keon Coleman in the draft, giving Josh Allen a young weapon who could become Allen's favorite target if he reaches his full potential. Coleman is a big, athletic freak, at 6'3", 213 pounds, and a wide frame. Coleman has the size and skill set to become one of the best jump-ball receivers in the league and an overall dangerous player.

If Coleman reaches that potential, he, Curtis Samuel, and Khalil Shakir will be an underrated trio. Samuel is more dangerous than many fans believe. He's fast, versatile, has underrated catching ability and very underrated RAC ability, sort of like a more versatile John Brown. Fans have already seen what Shakir can do and could be a bigger part of the offense this year. This positional group was one of the worst in the entire league. If the Coleman pick works out, this could be one of the more dangerous positional groups in the league.