Buffalo not only had a terrific NFL Draft, the Bills have done everything right this off-season as they look to become contenders in the AFC East.
The team looked to strengthen its offensive line and added three players, but getting tackle Cordy Glenn in round two was one of the biggest steals in the draft. Glenn has top 25 talent and his reason for sliding is a mystery, but Buffalo has found a player that can anchor its line for several years.
The Bills top pick was corner Stephon Gilmore of South Carolina and he will instantly impact the secondary of this team. Gilmore has shut-down skills and will give the team more blitz options, something they lacked last year.
The team also added some depth at receiver and special teams with their picks in rounds three through five; that will help this team make a quicker move up the standings over the next few seasons.
The front office for this team was very busy this off-season and the team made some great acquisitions. The draft grade for the Bills is a solid A and with the free agent moves this team made, it won't be too long before this team makes a trip back to the NFL Playoffs.