NFL Draft Grades 2010: Buffalo Bills Report Card

April 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2010 NFL Draft is officially in the books, and the Buffalo Bills have nine new additions to their team.
Buffalo made some decisions during the three-day event that left fans scratching their heads, and some that left them pounding their heads against a wall.
But there were also a couple quality picks made that could turn out quite well for the Bills. Here are my pick-by-pick grades for each of Buffalo's nine draft choices from the past three days:
Round one, pick No. 9 - C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson
C.J. Spiller is a good running back with electrifying return skills and big-play ability. The only problem is, Buffalo already has an electrifying return man (Leodis McKelvin) and two capable running backs (Fred Jackson, Marshawn Lynch).
With needs at quarterback, left tackle and nose tackle, the Bills did not even explore any trading down possibilities (their pick was at the podium within three minutes) and passed on the likes of Anthony Davis, Bryan Bulaga, Dan W...

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