On this episode of Talking Buffalo, it’s the second of five weekly Buffalo Bills full seven round mock drafts leading up to the actual NFL draft starting April 25th and this time Patrick Moran is doing his solo, outlining realistic trade up and down scenarios and ultimately pulling the trigger on two himself.

Before he gets into what’ll be his lone solo mock, Patrick spends some time talking about what his goals are coming in—including help in the trenches very early, a receiver with one of the first two picks and some safety help early on day three. With the NFL changing the kickoff rule the expectations are teams will be more locked in on special teams skill, and that’s no different with the Bills in this mock.

He also lists three candidates that could be realistically trading up for, a few non-receivers definitely worth taking with the No. 28 overall pick, a couple of worthy wide receivers there as well as a handful of great candidates if the Bills are to trade down. He also pulls out a draft value chart to try and paint a semi-accurate picture of what it’ll take the Bills to go up or down the board from some of their own picks.

There’s a million mock draft episodes out there, but hopefully the discussion and analysis that comes from this one helps it stand out a little. That and more today.


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