Buffalo Bills 2013 NFL Draft War Room Analysis

March 26, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

How can the Buffalo Bills address all their biggest needs in one draft?
They'll have done just that if things go how Emory Hunt of footballgameplan.com envisions in his seven-round Bills mock draft.
His first pick to Buffalo is Tennessee wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson.
You're not supposed to be 6'3", 210 pounds and move like a running back. This guy has superstar potential, and adding him on this roster allows Stevie Johnson to go to the more natural [position] No. 2 receiver, and I think this is just going to open up that passing game.
Patterson is considered the lone standout wide receiver prospect in this class, and after him there is a sizeable dropoff from an athletic standpoint.
The concerns with Patterson are twofold:
He played football at the FBS level for just one year, and He (reportedly) didn't exactly dazzle scouts at the combine in the meeting rooms. The concerns with drops are overstated, but there are concerns t...

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