Buffalo can use the 2013 NFL Draft to build upon the moves the team made this off-season, and while the defense has allowed over 30 points per game, 16 turnovers by the offense hasn't helped. The front office has several options when making their top pick next spring, and here is a closer look at potential prospects.
Draft expert Matt Miller from Bleacher Report has the team taking quarterback Tyler Wilson from Arkansas, and while finding a future franchise signal caller is important, this team has spent millions trying to win now, and that could have Buffalo looking into a different direction.
Other football people have the team looking to add another receiver, and Keenan Allen from Cal is the best receiving prospect in the draft and would give the Bills offense another target and help open up the offense even more. While this pick makes sense, Allen could be gone when Buffalo picks.
Another strong option is linebacker Manti Te'o from Notre Dame. Te'o has been very impressive for the Irish this year and is one of the few defensive players that could win the Heisman Trophy. Buffalo added two good pass rushers this off-season, but adding a speed linebacker that makes plays could help this unit and the team as they look to contend in the AFC in the 2013 NFL season.