"Right tackle was a significant problem for Buffalo last year. Of the 30 sacks the Bills allowed, eight were surrendered by players who started at right tackle, according to STATS Inc."
I like Tim Graham's idea here, but I certainly wouldn't want the Bills to spend their eighth overall pick on a right tackle. Replacing Erik Pears or throwing a rookie into competition with Pears and Chris Hairston would be nice in theory, but with the other holes on the roster it seems counter-intuitive. If anyone knows how well each of the right tackle candidates played, it's former offensive line coach Doug Marrone. I guess we will wait and see what he thinks.
Joe Buscaglia drops a couple of speculative bombs on the Buffalo Bills fan base. Go read what he has to say about quarterbacks, linebackers, cornerbacks and where the Bills might be leaning at eight and everywhere else.
AFC East offseason Stock Watch - AFC East Blog - ESPN
The quarterback market is falling because Alex Smith is reportedly off of it. That according to James Walker.
Bills' 'D' in need of playmaking linebacker - Yahoo! Sports
"Without someone truly special in its linebacker contingent, Buffalo will continue to struggle mightily on defense."
I'm the Bills GM: The Chopping block and re-signing players | Buffalo Wins
Joe Pinzone plays Bills GM and begins by talking about what players to cut and what players to re-sign. Most notable is Andy Levitre, who he lets walk. He's also dreaming if he thinks he's getting Kyle Moore for a million bucks a season.