2010 NFL Draft: AFC East Predictions

March 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the NFL draft under a month away, teams are starting to think about what to look for.
The AFC East is arguably one of the toughest divisions in the NFL.
Don't believe me? Look at the last two years.
In 2008, New England and Miami both secured an 11-5 record (Miami won the division through tiebreak, while New England failed to qualify for the postseason), while the Jets snatched a 9-7 record.
In 2009, New England won the division with a 10-6 record, while New York took a 9-7 record and a wild-card berth into the playoffs. The Jets went on a run that saw an AFC Championship berth against the Colts.
Here's a breakdown of the teams and what they might be looking at for this year's draft.
Buffalo Bills (No. 9 pick)
The Bills had a great season but will need to shore up a position much talked about: the offensive tackle.
Sure, with Terrell Owens leaving for greener pastures (not official yet—Owens is still open for...

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