The 5-9 Bills won’t make the postseason, but look to have a potential franchise QB in 2013 first-round pick EJ Manuel and what appears to be a very strong 2013 class overall. Second-round pick Kiko Alonso has solidified the middle of the defense, while wide receivers Robert Woods (second round) and Marquise Goodwin (third round) have been weapons on the outside. Buffalo has been competitive most of the season, even with Manuel missing a month due to a knee injury, but the defense hasn’t lived up to expectations.
So who should the Bills draft in 2014?
Todd McShay released his first 2014 mock draft Wednesday, and in doing so identified the biggest areas of need for the Bills: offensive tackle, safety and defensive end. Here’s who McShay believes will provide the best fit for Buffalo in Round 1.