We have no clue where the Buffalo Bills will be selecting in the 2024 NFL Draft but that's not going to stop us from talking about it and speculating who it might be. The Bills are entering the Week 13 bye, so seems a good time to take a look at some of the players the Bills might target. Besides, I'm burned out with talking about Coach Sean McDermott or who the Bills might employ as the permanent offensive coordinator for 2024 (should be Joe Brady).
The 2024 draft will be loaded with talent and might be one of the most talent-laden drafts in years and the Bills should be able to land a day-one starter in the first round and possibly even in the second round. That will be huge for the Bills next season, as they will likely be looking to begin replacing some aging players. Let's be honest, as great as Stefon Diggs has been, he's not getting any younger and there are other concerns at wide receiver as far as WR2 goes.
The team's safety duo of Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer is getting into their mid-30s, and the future will need to be identified there as well. There are also worries about Mitch Morse and the lack of signed defensive tackles beyond this season. Other positions of concern are at cornerback, but I think with Rasul Douglas under contract through 2024, this position may not be an area needing a first-round pick, but I still have one high-lighted here because you can't have too many good corners in today's NFL.