The Bills goal this offseason was to make thier 12th rank defense more proficient and better at defending the pass. The pass defense was the Bills self proclaimed "achilles heel" last season so much that they had to move veteran and career FS Jarius Byrd to CB to help with the young core of CB's on the roster. Byrd will be going back to his FS position as the Bills Signed Nnamdi Asomugha, and just proposed a deal to the trade commitee to get Tramon Williams (85-90 OVR) from the Packers. This would mean Williams (85-90 OVR) and Stephon Gilmore (88 OVR) (8 INT last season) to cover the outside and have Asomugha (83 OVR) and Bradley (82 OVR) in the 3 wide and 4 wide sets. They also added help over the top in the SS position to prevent the longball. Look for the Bills to play ALOT of press-man coverage combined with a lot of blitz packages. They believe they need to get pressure to create sacks and bad throws. Last season the Bills didn't get a lot of pressure on opposing quarterbacks, which gave them time to pick apart the young core of corners. This year, the Bills think the have cover guys to SHUTDOWN opposing receivers long enough to get pressure. They will play 1 on 1 press man and blitz to create the pressure and hopefull the turnovers. The Bills have yet to hint towards who they will take with the 8th and 25th overall picks in this weekends draft. Some think they will go after a young RB to backup the often injured CJ Spiller, and others think they will try adding a solid WR to go with Braylon Edwards (2nd OVR in receiving last season). Which way they will go is anyones guess, but time will tell.