after seeing our 3 undrafted wide recievers step up and make plays last week in our win against miami and throughout the year I have a plan to maximize our talent while still getting some extra players out of it. If you count the four WRs that played Sunday (Steve, namaan, david, and donald) we will be entering the off season with 7 wide outs with talent and some kind of experience (Evans, Parrish, and don't forget Marcus Easely).
With that being said I do like all of these guys and all of them bring something to the table (Easely hasn't played an actual game but he turned in bomb after bomb in training camp and was looking like he even had a shot at the 2nd WR role if you guys remember right.) Roscoe Parrish was on pace for a monster 800 yards and 4 TDs after the first half of the season (thats with playing 2 games with Edwards also so that even handicapped his stats). David nelson looks like hes gonna finish the year between 400-500 yards and around 4 Tds and has really come on. Even Donald Jones has shown he can be very effective at using his strong frame (led all WR's in benching at the combine) to make tough catches and he also has breakout speed.
Why am i giving you guys a summary of what our young wide outs have done this season? Because I think now is the time to trade Lee Evans ladies and gentleman. I love the guy and I love that fact that he has always wanted 2 stay in Buffalo despite losing but I think this is the year to stockpile draft picks. We have seattle's 4th rounder, if we trade Lee I think we can get a late second or early 3rd at the worst. I also want the Bills to trade down to around pick 8 or 9 and draft Robert Quinn and pick up a few more picks.
Go easy on me, I have only spent like 3 days with Buddy as his assistant GM