Buffalo Bills: How Well Did They Address Their Needs In the NFL Draft?

April 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Ten days before the draft on Aprill 12th, I wrote an article addressing the Buffalo Bills needs and what they could do at the draft to address them. You can reference the article here: 2010 NFL Draft: How to Fix the Buffalo Bills' Holes . 
Now that the draft has been concluded, it's time to go back and take a look to see how well the Bills did at addressing the many needs the team needed to fix.
Taking them in order from the prior article:
1) Who would be the mysterious 4th QB brought into camp with a chance to compete for the starting job?
With a number of more publicized options available, including NFL veterans like Jason Campbell, the Bills opted for a QB from perennial powerhouse Troy University, when they drafted Levi Brown. The Bills now have their quartet set in place.
2) Left tackle —who would be the starter in 2010?
The Bills opted to draft nobody to take over as the starting left tackle from a draft that wa...

Read Complete Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article is property of BleacherReport.com

readers comments