The Buffalo Bills gambled in the 2013 NFL Draft and took Florida State quarterback E.J. Manuel with their first pick of the draft. Not only was Manuel not projected to go in the first-round, but he wasn’t even projected as the first quarterback to be taken.
Nevertheless, the Bills gambled and so far haven’t come out far ahead of the New York Jets who draft the guy who was supposed to be a first-rounder in Geno Smith. The injury concerns about Manuel have led some to believe that the Bills will bring in competition for the young gunslinger in just his second season, and ESPN’s Louis Riddick believe things are about to get really bad in Buffalo really fast.
The #Bills QB situation is one I could see going off the rails in a bad way very quickly.
— Louis Riddick (@LRiddickESPN) February 16, 2014
The Bills have been rumored to be looking into not only drafting a quarterback in the draft this year but possibly trading for Kirk Cousins. Either way, if you thought things were already bad in Buffalo, it seems as though things are about to get a lot worse.