The Buffalo Bills finally pulled the trigger on a decision with the quarterback position, restructuring Tyrod Taylor’s contract to ensure he will be with the team next season. Taylor gives first-year head coach Sean McDermott an experienced player under center, and one who has played some fantastic football during his two years as a starter. In order for Taylor to continue to develop, the team needs to bring in some offensive weapons, which means they should spend their first round pick on a playmaker.
There are a few big-time wide receivers in this draft class, but few standout more than Western Michigan’s Corey Davis. Davis did not participate in his pro day due to an ankle injury, but that should do little to affect his draft status. He showed during his time with the Broncos that he can make every catch, and teamed with Sammy Watkins, he would give Taylor two very good wide receivers to choose from.
Buffalo lost Robert Woods to free agency this offseason, so the need to fill that one is a big one. They have already brought in some reinforcements in the backfield in Mike Tolbert and Patrick DiMarco, and for a team who already has LeSean McCoy, this offense could be explosive in 2017. The AFC East has been owned by the New England Patriots for the last 15 years, but Buffalo is slowly putting together a nice team in upstate New York.