The Buffalo Bills win over the didn't drop them in 2014 NFL Draft order. They were No. 10 last week and remain there this morning, according to our friends at MockingTheDraft.com. With one game remaining in the 2013 season, it's time to take a look at some draft scenarios with the on the horizon.
MTD's Dan Kadar has Buffalo going with Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins with Khalil Mack and Anthony Barr off the board at the Bills biggest need position - outside linebacker. Without a "true number one" in Robert Woods and Stevie Johnson, Watkins could provide a dynamic playmaker and likely move T.J. Graham permanently to the sideline.
Here's the complete draft order as of right now:
|Pick||Team||Record||Strength of Schedule|
||2 - 13||.552|
|2||St. Louis via Washington||3 - 12||.521|
||4 - 11||.502|
||4 - 11||.517 (3-8 AFC)|
|5||4 - 11||.517 (4-7 AFC)|
||4 - 11||.582|
|7||4 - 10*||.553|
||4 - 10 - 1||.521|
||6 - 9||.519|
||6 - 9||.529|
* The Falcons play the San Franciscotonight
With a loss on Sunday to the Patriots, Buffalo can move as high as eighth if the Titans win and the Falcons win tonight and next week. With a win on Sunday, the Bills can fall as far as No. 15 overall with losses from the Giants and the 7-8 teams:, , the , and . The Rams' much higher strength of schedule metric (currently .553) means Buffalo is realistically locked in between Nos. 8-14 in the draft.