With Marcus Easley on Injured Reserve, Roscoe Parrish joining him there and Stevie Johnson ailing, the Buffalo Bills are suddenly very thin at wide receiver - the team's perceived deepest position for much of the summer, even after the trade of Lee Evans to Baltimore.
The Bills are set at the top of the depth chart, where the hobbled Johnson, Donald Jones and David Nelson each have seen, and will continue to see, tons of playing time. The only other receivers on the team are Ruvell Martin, a veteran that has only been with the team since August 24 (and who was released prior to final cuts), and Naaman Roosevelt, the local product stashed on the practice squad after also getting cut in early September.
The team also has receiving options on the roster at other positions, namely Brad Smith and C.J. Spiller. Smith is an experienced receiver, while Spiller is not, but has the versatility to split out wide and run routes from that spot on the field.
Which route would you rather see Buffalo take to boost their receiving depth, Bills fans?