2010 NFL Draft: Buffalo Bills Possibilities Rounds One Through Three

March 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For the Buffalo Bills, the 2010 NFL Draft is a very important one. The Bills are entering a new regime, with a new GM, Buddy Nix, and a new head coach in Chan Gailey. Their roster in shambles, with very little depth, Buffalo needs to make the most out of the draft this year if they hope to compete in the highly talented AFC East division.
The 2009 Draft was a decent one for Buffalo, as they drafted DE/OLB Aaron Maybin with the No. 11 overall pick, however he was barely on the field last season.
Furthermore, they drafted two interior linemen in Eric Wood, whose season was cut short due to injury, and Andy Levitre.
They also selected FS Jairus Byrd out of Oregon, who was a ballhawk, and was named to the Pro Bowl after recording nine interceptions on the year, and TE Shawn Nelson, who showed promise early in the season, but was never able to stay consistent after being plagued by the injury bug that haunted the team.
This year, Buffalo is changing to a 3-4 defensive sc...

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