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What Changes Must Be Made to Buffalo Bills Roster, Franchise?
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C.J. Spiller is someone the Bills need to build around.

The NFL season is only five weeks old, but the Buffalo Bills season already seems to be in shambles.

Entering the season, the Bills were picked by many in the national media to return to the playoffs for the first time since 1999.

The team went out and were big spenders in free agency, bringing in defensive end Mario Williams and Mark Anderson. The offense seemed to be heading in the right direction as well.

In the NFL draft, the Bills also addressed areas of need by selecting cornerback Stephon Gilmore in the first round, offensive tackle Cordy Glenn in the second round and speed receiver T.J. Graham in the third.

Even with all of the changes and added depth to the roster, the Bills sit at 2-3, good for last place in the AFC East. The team has also given up 176 points, or an average of 35.2 points per game.

What changes need to be made to the roster and franchise at the end of the 2012 NFL season? Read on and see what I would do if I were running the Buffalo Bills.

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