The Buffalo Bills traded up again in the first round on Thursday, selecting Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen at No. 7 overall. Later on in round one, the Bills added a terrific young linebacker named Tremaine Edmunds, who at only 19-years old, could develop into an elite player at the next level. Buffalo is building a nice roster, but they may be one year away from competing for an AFC East crown.
With their first round pick in 2019, they should once again focus their attention on the defensive side of the ball. One prospect who is very exciting is RaShan Gary from Michigan. Gary has been a stud on their defense for the past couple of seasons, and should enter the NFL as a legitimate pass rusher right away.
Buffalo plays in a tough division, as the New England Patriots have own it for the last 20 years. They did make the playoffs for the first time since 1999 last year, but with a likely rookie quarterback under center for most of the season, they will take a step back in 2018. But fear not Bills Mafia, they have been connecting the right pieces together, and could unseat the Pats in the AFC East as early as 2019.