Buffalo Building: Bills’ 2010 Draft Most Crucial Facet of Franchise Makeover

March 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As we march into the third week of the player carousel that is NFL free agency, our lowly, unattractive, and weary Buffalo Bills organization has made a mere ripple in the whirlpool of the offseason signing period.
Though the splashes haven't been as widespread along the NFL landscape as they've been in years past, moves have been made, many involving the Bills' AFC East rivals. 
Seems like same story, different year, right? The Jets, Dolphins, and Patriots do whatever is seemingly possible to improve, while the basement-dwelling, complacent Bills stay put. 
The Dolphins signed LB Karlos Dansby away from the Arizona Cardinals, and made him one of the league's three highest paid linebackers. Is Dansby worth the more than eight million a year that Miami will pay him? His five sacks in the last two seasons combined answer that question for me.
Still, the Fish didn't shy away from opening their checkbooks to add another piece to their unheralded defense.

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