In full disclosure, it would be shocking to see the Buffalo Bills picking at this spot. It wouldn’t be a surprise if Buffalo decided to move up the board and perhaps trade with the Browns or giants to ensure that they land the quarterback of their future.
Then again, if the board falls like this, the Bills might be better off showcasing that patience is indeed a virtue. Buffalo was busy this offseason, trading starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor to Cleveland before signing A.J. McCarron to come in and compete for the job. However, McCarron and Nathan Peterman being in a training camp battle is depressing.
Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott is undoubtedly trying to build on the excitement of his first season, which saw the Bills reach the playoffs for the first time since 1999. Adding Josh Rosen to the mix would do exactly that.
Rosen was one of the biggest names to come out of high school this decade. After choosing to attend UCLA, the youngster started as a freshman for the bruins. in the following three years, Rosen threw for 9,340 yards with 59 touchdowns and 26 interceptions.