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    Gil Brandt ranks the 2nd round players...who do you want?

    Gil Brandt is amazing at picking which players will go in the Top 100.

    Below are his rankings. Those in Blue have been tied to the Bills in the PreDraft process:


    RANK
    33 A.J. Brown, WR
    34 L.J. Collier, Edge
    35 Irv Smith Jr., TE
    36 Kaleb McGary, OT
    37 Erik McCoy, C
    38 Rock Ya-Sin, CB
    39 Johnathan Abram, S At 40, the Bills could trade up a little to get AJ Brown.
    40 Jerry Tillery, DT Or, stay at 40 and take Deebo Samuel or Jaylon Ferguson
    41 Jaylon Ferguson, Edge
    42 Dalton Risner, OT
    43 Zach Allen, DE
    44 Deebo Samuel, WR
    45 Miles Sanders, RB
    46 Chris Lindstrom, OG
    47 N'Keal Harry, WR
    48 David Montgomery, RB
    49 Nasir Adderley, S
    50 Tytus Howard, OT
    51 Riley Ridley, WR
    52 Will Grier, QB
    53 Juan Thornhill, S
    54 Taylor Rapp, S
    55 Julian Love, CB
    56 Kelvin Harmon, WR
    57 Justin Layne, CB
    58 Ryan Finley, QB
    59 Dre'mont Jones, DT
    60 Hakeem Butler, WR
    61 Amani Hooker, S
    62 Joejuan Williams, CB
    63 David Long, CB
    64 Anthony Nelson, DE
    65 Chase Winovich, Edge
    66 Greg Little, OT
    67 Sean Bunting, CB
    68 Trysten Hill, DT
    69 Jamel Dean, CB
    70 Nate Davis, OG
    71 Elgton Jenkins, C
    72 Chuma Edoga, OT
    73 Trayvon Mullen, CB
    74 Lonnie Johnson, CB At 74, the Bills could go TE?.
    75 Jachai Polite, Edge
    76 Vosean Joseph, LB
    77 Cody Barton, LB
    78 Mack Wilson, LB
    79 Andy Isabella, WR
    80 Michael Jordan, OG
    81 Emanuel Hall, WR
    82 Germaine Pratt, LB
    83 Renell Wren, DT
    84 D'Andre Walker, Edge
    85 Jace Sternberger, TE
    86 Will Harris, S

    87 Darnell Savage, S
    88 Damien Harris, RB
    89 Jalen Hurd, WR
    90 Darius Slayton, WR
    91 Terry McLaurin, WR
    92 Marquise Blair, S
    93 Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S
    94 Clayton Thorson, QB
    95 Darrell Henderson, RB
    96 Isaac Nauta, TE
    97 Dawson Knox, TE
    98 Kahale Warring, TE
    99 Jahlani Tavai, LB
    100 Miles Boykin, WR

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    Jerry Tillery is someone Buffalo in should draft in the 2nd round if they go TE in the 1st round.
    L*t is a losser


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    Tillery. Of course, we'll have already drafted either Wilkins or Oliver, so it will be Ferguson or another edge. Then a CB in the third. Maybe a LB in the fourth. Then, and only then, we can add to our feeble offense.
    Hockenson round one. Harry round two. The top RB available round three. OT in round four.
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    My hope is that we either pick twice in the second round or not at all.

    The first scenario would mean that we traded down and picked up an additional second round pick to get a premium player. This would allow us to hopefully get a player like Christian Wilkins in the first and someone like Miles Sanders and Kelvin Harmon in the second.

    The second scenario seems really likely to me. I could see Beane staying at 9 and getting his guy and trading back into the bottom of the first round to get a player that starts to slip a little. This could mean T.J. Hockenson at 9 and a player like Wilkins or Dexter Lawrence with their second first round pick.

    This shit can’t get here soon enough.

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    I can go a couple differe t ways depending on what we do at 9.

    If we draft a defe sive linemen at 9 then based on Brandt's board I would either go offensive line or wide receiver at 40 with either Lindstrom, Risner, Samuel, or Butler as the pick. Then in the 3rd round I would either go TE with Sternberger or Knox, or go RB with Henderson as Brandt has him ranked in a spot where waiting till our 1st 4th round pick looks like it could be too late.

    If we go any other route at 9 (WR, TE, or O-Line) I would go D-Line at 40 with either Tillery or Ferguson as the pick. Then at 74 as long as we didn't go TE at 9 the same TEs in the 1st scenario still apply as does reaching for Henderson.

    My Gil Brandt Big Board Bill's 3 Round Mocks.

    1st Scenario:
    9: Ed Oliver
    40: Chris Lindstrom
    74: Darrell Henderson

    2nd Scenario:
    9: T.J. Hockenson
    40: Jerry Tillery
    74: Darrell Henderson

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    Dalton Risner's versatility intrigues me. Can play tackle, guard and center.
    Ed Oliver is my adopt-a-Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by D-Rocafella View Post
    I can go a couple differe t ways depending on what we do at 9.

    If we draft a defe sive linemen at 9 then based on Brandt's board I would either go offensive line or wide receiver at 40 with either Lindstrom, Risner, Samuel, or Butler as the pick. Then in the 3rd round I would either go TE with Sternberger or Knox, or go RB with Henderson as Brandt has him ranked in a spot where waiting till our 1st 4th round pick looks like it could be too late.

    If we go any other route at 9 (WR, TE, or O-Line) I would go D-Line at 40 with either Tillery or Ferguson as the pick. Then at 74 as long as we didn't go TE at 9 the same TEs in the 1st scenario still apply as does reaching for Henderson.

    My Gil Brandt Big Board Bill's 3 Round Mocks.

    1st Scenario:
    9: Ed Oliver
    40: Chris Lindstrom
    74: Darrell Henderson

    2nd Scenario:
    9: T.J. Hockenson
    40: Jerry Tillery
    74: Darrell Henderson
    Personally, I think if Williams and Oliver are both gone before the Bills pick I would look to trade down with Denver or Miami and try to get HockenCatchandPass at 10 or 11. Pick up an extra 2nd round or at least a 3rd. Then try to use the two 2nds or a 2nd and both 3rd's to get back into the 1st to get one of Clemson's DT's Wilkins.

    If the Bills do not get Williams, Oliver or Wilkins....we may have a significant problem stopping the run or having a pass rush this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zan186 View Post
    Personally, I think if Williams and Oliver are both gone before the Bills pick I would look to trade down with Denver or Miami and try to get HockenCatchandPass at 10 or 11. Pick up an extra 2nd round or at least a 3rd. Then try to use the two 2nds or a 2nd and both 3rd's to get back into the 1st to get one of Clemson's DT's Wilkins.

    If the Bills do not get Williams, Oliver or Wilkins....we may have a significant problem stopping the run or having a pass rush this year.
    Agree 100%.

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