In the category of exceeding unlikelihood, McShay has Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins falling to the Bills at the No. 9 overall pick. Watkins is an electrifying playmaker, exactly the type of go-up-and-get-it talent that the Bills need at the position, and he grew up a Bills fan. All of that means that there is a zero percent chance he actually comes a Bill, but McShay is apparently not in tune with the gods of football.
Last month, Kiper cited the Bills' need to protect EJ Manuel, both in pass protection and with a quality running game, as rationale for his mock selection of Auburn tackle Greg Robinson. This month, he's using the same rationale to project Jake Matthews of Texas A&M to the Bills, with Robinson moving all the way up to the No. 2 overall pick. The logic of mock drafts, ladies and gentlemen.
The 2014 NFL Draft begins in a little over three months, so buckle up - we've got a long way to go. Regardless of our feelings on the picks, it's hard to imagine that Manuel would object to either player landing in Buffalo.