11) Buffalo Bills - DE Everette Brown, Florida State And here it is. I've got an extreme hunch that the Bills are targeting Everette Brown, and for many reasons. When I spoke to both Russ Brandon and Tom Modrak at the combine, both emphasized the need for getting pressure on the opposing quarterback whether it be through free agency or the draft. Well guess what, it didn't happen in free agency now did it? Then at the draft luncheon, that viewpoint was only reaffirmed. Now, over the course of the past week, I've taken place in picking the minds of the Bills' scouting staff. During these press conferences, one thing stuck out like a sore thumb. One of the scouts said that Brown may not be ready to take over the full job until after a few years, but he's someone that can come in on year one and get pressure on the opposing quarterback. Advantage: Brown in my mind. Cleveland trades up to 27 to select Brandon Pettigrew. 28) Buffalo Bills - LB James Laurinaitis, Ohio State - With both Britton and Pettigrew off the board, the Bills can hone in on the best player available at a position that can be positively be affected right away. Laurinaitis is a dynamite, NFL-ready prospect that can come in and move to the outside. I think he could start right from the get go. 42) Buffalo Bills - OG/C Max Unger, Oregon - They could take Nelson here, but I think Unger is a much better prospect. He can come in and compete for an interior line position right from the get go. They may get a steal with this kid here if it happens. 75) Buffalo Bills - TE James Casey, Rice - The Bills wait until the third round and grab a pass catching tight end that all the scouts, including Tom Modrak, spoke highly of. The ultimate team player from what I gather.