On this bonus episode of Talking Buffalo Podcast, Patrick Moran hosts friend and recurring guest Aaron Quinn (Cover 1) for what will be the first of six weekly Buffalo Bills mock drafts every Wednesday leading up to the actual NFL draft that begins April 29.
The mock drafts are done in real time, with the computer simulating picks for the other 31 teams on TheDraftNetwork.com.
Before discussing the Bills and diving into draft prospects and scenarios, the guys spend some time discussing two teams in Buffalo’s division slotted to draft in the top three and if they move on from their current quarterbacks, Sam Darnold and Tua Togovailoa respectively. Patrick thinks one will be traded on or before the draft.
They also spend some time discussing the Bills biggest positional needs going to the draft and where they may be looking to go with early picks if the roster essentially stands as it does now. It ultimately leads to pseudo Bills general manager Aaron Quinn selecting a running back with the 30th overall pick.
The guys also land on Buffalo adding interior offensive line, defensive tackle, wide receiver, safety, defensive end and cornerback with their other picks.
An interesting development during the draft leads the guys, particularly Patrick to realizing Buffalo may be well served to add a veteran defensive end over the next five weeks.
Again, this is the first of six weekly Bills mock draft installments and each time the rules will be a little different. This mock featured a “no trades” policy. That may not be the case next week. Stay tuned!
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