With the 10th pick in our mock draft, the Buffalo Bills will be addressing a need on offense. In recent years, the Bills have been a run-first team. With LeSean McCoy as their running back and the cold weather in Buffalo, running the ball has been their bread in butter.
After two mediocre years under Rex Ryan, the Bills have made some changes to their coaching staff. It was thought that the Bills might part ways from quarterback Tyrod Taylor this offseason, but he is still scheduled to be their starter in 2017.
Taylor hasn’t been asked to do much as a starting quarterback, and it’s time to see what he can do. The Bill already have one very good wide receiver in Sammy Watkins. However, he has been injured a lot in his career, and the time has come to get him some help.
By selecting wide receiver Corey Davis from Western Michigan, the Bills will get their stud wide receiver to pair with Watkins. Davis had a fantastic career at Western Michigan, as he totaled 5,278 receiving yards and 52 receiving touchdowns in four seasons. In his final three seasons, Davis was able to total over 1,400 receiving yards each year. At 6’3”, Davis has excellent size as he makes his transition into the NFL.