Buffalo Bills: Offensive Line Needs to Be Main Focus Entering NFL Draft

April 20, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the 2013 NFL draft less than a week away, the Buffalo Bills need to have their focus centered around the offensive line and adding depth to a depleted unit.
The Bills lost offensive guards Andy Levitre and Chad Rinehart in free agency, and with the Bills not having one starting lineman left who completed a full 16 games last season, depth is a major concern.
Picking a guard like Chance Warmack isn't a flashy move but could have the biggest impact on this team's upcoming season.
It has been no secret that general manager Buddy Nix is looking for that franchise quarterback. However, there is not a player this year who is a clear-cut, can't-miss prospect worthy of a top-10 pick.
By picking a quarterback at No. 8, he will most likely get at least three years to prove his value, and if he doesn't succeed, the team is three more years behind schedule. Whereas if they pick a quarterback in Round 2 or 3, they can bring him into a competition with Kevin Kolb and Tarvari...

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