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Jones will need to find a new number if drafted by the Bills.
Buffalo needs a quarterback. This is not news to anyone. Unfortunately for the team there are no Andrew Luck's or RGIII's in the draft.
Name a prospect in this year's draft and you could find an issue with the quarterback.
Landry Jones has plenty of questions himself, but his overall body of work is impressive.
Entering 2011, Jones was thought of as a possible first overall pick at the start of his junior season. Unfortunately, Jones had a down year, but to his credit he decided to return to the Oklahoma Sooners for his senior season.
He's benefited from this and rebounded nicely for the Sooners.
This season, Jones has completed 65.2 percent of his passes and has a TD-INT ratio of 29-10. His quarterback rating of 146.5 was the highest of his collegiate career, just edging out his excellent sophomore season.
Jones has some question marks attached to him. The biggest is that he didn't perform like a star in big time games. That said, Jones wasn't the only reason Oklahoma lost to Kansas State and Notre Dame this season.
If Buffalo wants to draft a quarterback late in the first round or early in the second, Landry Jones would be an excellent choice.