What conclusions, if any, can be drawn from the Bills drafting multiple players at the same position in a given draft year? If we look at 2011 (2CB, 2LB,1OT,) 2012 (2CB, 2LB, 2OT, 1WR,) 2013 (2WR, 2S,1LB,) Russ Brandon's statement at the pre-draft Luncheon " The one thing, the way we set up this roster this off season, we are able to go after the best player available. The best player we think can help the Bills get to the playoffs" and the (fan) consensus weakest positions on the team, what position do you think we may double-dip this year? Did the past double dip solve a need sufficiently for ability to ignore said position in (near) future drafts? For example,did drafting four CB's in 2011 and 2012, plus signing two (I think) F/A CB's in the last three years, plus signing 4 UDFA CB's last year overhaul the position adequately in the FO minds? In the fan's minds? With that example of focus on a single position, and adding LB (similar investment in last three years,) and Safety (a double dip again this year?) and glaring D/E need,
Aren't the scheme changes really hamstringing the Bills with respect to personnel?
Does the three-year trend suggest we take 2 WR's and 2S's again this year,?