Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills Links, 3/20 and 3/21

Fan Friday 3-19 – Inside The Bills
Bills writer Chris Brown answers fan questions on Penn State's Jared Odrick, where Nic Harris and Ashlee Palmer fit in the 3-4, his expectations for a QB this offseason (he has none), and where several of the defensive linemen go in the 3-4 transition.

Bills have more tools for 3-4 : Buffalo Bills : The Buffalo News
"The Buffalo Bills' run defense is looking up. Two key additions in free agency and the shift to the 3-4 defense give the team legitimate hope that it will be at least decent at defending the run in 2010."

Buffalo Bills due to land quality QB in NFL draft | Democrat and Chronicle
"Of the 23 quarterbacks drafted by the Bills since 1970, only 10 ever threw a single pass in a regular-season game for the Bills." Bob Matthews gives you every one of them and where and when they were drafted in his effort to convince fans the Bills are due for a good QB decision in the draft.

Free Agency
Is That a Pulse I Detect on OBD? | Democrat and Chronicle | Three-Point Stance
Sal Mairoana sounds downright pleased with the signing of Dwan Edwards and Andra Davis. He's still down on the QB situation, wide receiver depth, the offensive line, and the switch to the 3-4, but hey, it's a start.

Attention: Chan Gaily! Read This, Please! - Arrowhead Pride
One Chiefs fan suggests the Bills sign Chiefs RFA Brodie Croyle to a contract and give KC our second round pick. I say fat chance. 

2010 NFL Draft
Definition of a good draft – Inside The Bills
"It’s just one man’s opinion, but ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay classifies a good draft as follows. 'Two starters from a draft is an average draft in the NFL. If you can get three starters from every draft that’s a good draft.' By that logic, the Bills had a heck of a haul with their 2009 class. Buffalo had four starters from the class and are likely to add a fifth starter from that group this year."

Why trading up to top 10 rare – Inside The Bills
"We saw an NFL team trade up into the top 10 last year in the New York Jets, who landed Mark Sanchez, but such bold moves to get to the top of the draft are becoming more infrequent each year, and there’s a simple reason why. Money."

McShay on his best OLBs – Inside The Bills
"ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay provided some of his preferences at OLB in a 3-4 scheme. First, he had Michigan’s Brandon Graham, followed by Texas’ Sergio Kindle, TCU’s Jerry Hughes and Utah’s Kyle Misi and Ohio State’s Thaddeus Gibson."

BillBoard: Draft watch: Pat Angerer
A quick profile of Iowa ILB Pat Angerer, a third- to fifth-round prospect in the 2010 draft by Mark Gaughan.

BillBoard: Draft watch: Koa Misi
A quick look by Mark Gaughan of Koa Misi, OLB candidate from Utah who may go in the second or third round.

Party like a mockstar - AFC East Blog - ESPN
In the roundup of 10 mock drafts the Bills take Trent Williams 3 times, Jimmy Clausen 4, Bryan Bulaga 2, and Dan Williams once.

Rodger Saffold NFL Draft Scouting Report - Mocking The Draft
darwithabar put together a profile on Indiana OT Rodger Saffold, a potential second round pick of Buffalo.

Vladimir Ducasse NFL Draft scouting report - Mocking The Draft
An in-depth look at the best small-school player in this year's draft.

7 Round MtD Live Mock Draft (3rd and 4th round Starting) - Mocking The Draft
After selecting QB Sam Bradford and OT Roger Saffold in the first two rounds the Bills took OLB Koa Misi over Thadeus Gibson in the third. Colt McCoy and Tim Tebow came off the board in the round as well.

 Other Bills Links
Poz pursues second passion - BuffaloBills.com
"Bills linebacker Paul Posluszny is not one that takes much time off from football. Known as a gym rat when it comes to offseason conditioning there’s little time for other pursuits. But he did make sure to carve out some time this winter to pursue a secondary passion, financial management."

Buffalo Bills News & Notes : Buffalo Sports Daily
"I’ve heard that Aaron Maybin is in ridiculously good shape right now, the best of his life and is completely embracing the opportunity to perform in the 3-4 defense. I’m told he’s stepped up his workout regime tremendously and is adding more muscle to his frame."

Schopp And Bulldog's Buffalo Brackets - WGR 550 SportsRadio
Schopp and the Bulldog are running their own bracket to determine the most imporant Buffalo sports figure in history. Bills and Sabres players figure prominently on half the bracket while the other half are folks from Buffalo and folks who played in Buffalo but not on the Sabres or Bills. Bruce Smith, Jack Kelp, Andre Reed, O.J. Simpson, Thurman Thomas, Darryl Talley, and Jim Kelly advanced to the second round of the Bills bracket though I would have voted for Tasker instead of Talley.

Jills Cheerleader auditions: Blog #2 - BuffaloBills.com
"Lisa, a three-year Jills veteran, Natalie, the rookie, and Stephanie Mateczun, Director of the Jills Cheerleaders, share their experiences, thoughts and expectations before tomorrow's big day in front of the judges and fans."

A look at NFL owners meetings agenda - AFC East Blog - ESPN
For the next four days I'll be in the land of Disney, hoping to avoid over-stimulated kids and fielding information on various NFL issues at the owners meetings. Here's a preview of the prominent topics that will be discussed: Labor talk, modified overtime proposal, player safety, NY's 2014 Super Bowl bid, compensatory picks, big games revealed, and coaches get to speak.

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