One of the problems for the Buffalo Bills was the lack of depth at wide receiver, Stevie Johnson good, but names like Naaman Roosevelt, Donald Jones, and David Nelson weren't very inspiring. They had to change something, so they looked to the draft, they drafted TJ Graham in rounds 3 in 2012 and Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin in rounds 2 and 3 in 2013. Three of their top seven picks in the past two drafts have been receivers so far the only so far they've all contributed Robert Woods started 2013 out hot but has cooled down mostly due to EJ Manuel's injury. Graham has been playing under the radar and had a 65 yard touchdown wiped out due to a stupid penalty. Goodwin had two long kickoff returns versus Indianapolis in week one of the preseason versus Indianapolis, unfortunately he missed the first five games of his rookie season due to a broken hand. In week 6 vs Cinci he had his first career touchdown on a forty yard touchdown pass from Thad Lewis tying the game up at 24 they went on to lose that game in over time. In New Orleans he arguably had his best performance as a pro with two very impressive catches and 56 yards receiving. So what do you think? Do they need maybe one more receiver or are they set?