Grading the Buffalo Bills’ Draft

The idea that a team could “win” a trade where it sacrifices two top-10 picks and a fourth-rounder for the number 3 pick in the Draft — at least absent the option to draft a quarterback of RGIII’s caliber — is as antiquated as taking a running back in the first round.

Next up on the Bills agenda:
–Assigning its R&D team to design helmets made from dried animal skins instead of shock-absorbant synthetics
–Scheduling train trips to and from road games instead of flying contraptions
–Scheduling games outdoors in frigid conditions in December (wait, they actually do that…)

Apparenlty not everyone in the media sees things the way I do, though.


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