What to Expect from the Buffalo Bills' 2012 Draft Class in 2013

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What to Expect from the Buffalo Bills' 2012 Draft Class in 2013
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Stephon Gilmore has plenty to smile about after his 2012 rookie season.

High expectations are the key to everything.

-Sam Walton

With their first season in the books, the Buffalo Bills' 2012 rookie class can look forward to 2013.

As they approach their first offseason, every member of the rookie class has something to work on or improve upon in 2013.

The draft class itself turned out to be a bit of a mixed bag. The first six picks of the draft all made the team in some capacity. The next two picks, Tank Carder and Mark Asper, were cut by the team in late August.

Buffalo's last pick in the 2012 draft, John Potter, was originally cut and then re-signed to the team. He was able to stay on the roster until early November when the team parted ways with him for good.

In regards to the six players that did make the roster, their expectations in 2013 will differ based upon where they were drafted as well as their level of play in 2012.

The rankings will go in reverse order, starting with the last pick to make the team in some capacity, Zebrie Sanders, and ends with the team's first-round pick, Stephon Gilmore.

You'll find that each player that participated in a regular-season game will have basic stats provided as well as stats from Pro Football Focus. This site gives advanced statistics and should help you further your knowledge of the 2012 Buffalo Bills' rookie class!

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