TMFL Just thought I'd post a thread for chatter leading up to the draft. Hell, maybe we could hammer out what the hell the draft order actually is currently? I will post my picks and try to compile this list as best I can. If you post where you're picking, I'll update the first post - be sure to include where the pick came from if its not your own. 1) Rams 2 3 4) Chicago via Washington 5 6 7 8 9 10) Denver 11 12) Buffalo via Houston 13 14) Philadelphia via Carolina 15 16 17) Buffalo via Green Bay 18 19) Chiefs via NYG 20 21) New England 22) Seahawks 23 24 25) Buffalo via Indianapolis 26) Buffalo 27 28) Rams via Bucs 29 30 31 32) Philadelphia Additionally, I wanted to write up a post just for my Bills to talk about draft plans and such. I dunno, I'm bored. Feel free to do the same Buffalo Bills Previous Record 11-5 Playoff Record 1-3 Key Losses: WR Steve Johnson, Center Gradkowski, OT Jeff Linkeback, OG Shawn Lauvao Key Additions: none Draft needs: OG, OT, WR, HB, DT, DE, LB, S The Bills offseason thus far has centered around subtracting depth. Buffalo's quality depth along the offensive line was completely raided, which isn't surprising given their talent. Each player that was traded away was a starting quality player that would not have seen time behind Buffalo's excellent offensive line. But now, they lack depth. This will be a key area of concern that Buffalo must address in the draft. They still have a couple quality reserves, but they will look to fill in the gaps with some guys to develop, for sure. The biggest move was obviously the trade of WR Steve Johnson. Buffalo drafted a trio of WR's a few seasons ago and its clear the front office wants to give them time on the field. TJ Graham remains the lone question mark and depending on how the draft plays out he may find his roster spot get taken by a hungry rookie. Its clear though that Corey Washington is the new sheriff in town and Coach K wanted to get time for his younger guys in Sintamuel Webb and Cameron Cooper. Look for the Bills to select at least another WR, if not two in this draft. Another storyline for the Bills is their aging defensive playmakers. Buffalo fields one of the most complete rosters in the league but you'll find that their draft needs are pretty significant due to the age of many of Buffalo's top playmakers, really on both sides of the ball. Buffalo's defensive line is getting up there. Mario Williams is 30, Mark Anderson and Kyle Williams are 32. Buffalo has very little depth behind these players and will look to build some in this draft. Aaron Curry and Jairus Byrd are also defensive stalwarts that are getting up there in age. Buffalo will be searching for developmental players at those positions as well, albeit at a lower priority. Offensively, CJ Spiller is the main concern outside of WR and offensive line depth. Injured nearly all of last season Spiller has taken a step back skills wise, no doubt about it. At just 28 years old, you still wonder how much he really has left in the tank. Buffalo will be looking to see if they can find a gem somewhere to replace Spiller. In the meantime they have high hopes for Nate Kirk who burst onto the scene last year. All that being said, you won't find a team better positioned for the draft than Buffalo. They have 4 first round selections and 2 second round selections. They may be movers come draft time. They've been known to take offers to move down - maybe this is the year they look to move up. Rumor has it they want to move into the top 10.