The Buffalo Bills spent their 2014 and 2015 first round picks and a 2015 fourth round selection to take Sammy Watkins a year ago plus draft choices on Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin in the last two years. With the addition of Percy Harvin and the return of Chris Hogan, it's fair to say they've invested plenty at the position but they are still lacking one receiver type.
In the video embedded above draft expert Dan Lavoie discusses the big-bodied receiver the Bills have been looking for since Buddy Nix was general manager. Are there players the Bills could take in the second round or later that can out-physical defenders at the point of attack to be a legitimate red zone threat? If so, what is keeping them from being a first round pick? We take on the wide receiver class from the Buffalo Bills perspective.