It's early February and mock drafts are in the air!
Go to any major sports site and you'll find a mock draft or two. However, since we're so early in draft season you won't find much consistency among experts.
Eventually, things across the draft landscape will clear up. The NFL Combine (February 23-26) and pro days will help draft experts get a better feel for where players will land.
Most importantly, free agency will be revealing for fans and draft pundits.
Starting on March 12th, teams will begin wooing free agents and filling holes in their roster. In doing so, you'll get an idea for what position teams are trying to fill and which they are waiting to address in the draft.
Buffalo, for instance, has multiple positions to address. Quarterback, wide receiver and linebacker are top priorities. There are other spots that may need to be looked at depending upon what they do with impending free agents Jairus Byrd and Andy Levitre.
We'll be looking at six draft analysts' picks: From ESPN, Mel Kiper and Todd McShay, CBS Sports' Rob Rang and Dane Brugler and Bleacher Report's Matt Miller.
Read on to see who each analyst has coming to Buffalo and leave your comments below with your own takes!