Two years ago the Bills shocked the pro football world by signing Mario Williams to a mega-contract, and a week later signed Mark Anderson to a not-so cheap contract either. Since then the new regime "The Doug's" haven't made that big of a splash, with Manny Lawson being maybe the only player that comes to mind. We also saw guard Andy Levitree slip out of our fingers and land in Tennessee on a load of cash. This season there are several holes we can fill by paying some cash, hopefully not as much as Miami did last year. Several key positions that need to be filled are receiver, safety, tight end, guard, tackle, linebacker, and corner back. While they could spend the big bucks on a player like Eric Decker they could also get a few other players and maybe sign a player like Hakeem Nicks to a one year deal and also get a not so pricey-guard like Jon Asamoah or a bargain corner back such as Captain Munnerlyn. Should the Bill's spend Miami-type money on marque players or should they look to go the other route and still open their wallets but maybe not spend quite-as much as Miami did.