Like watching the draft prospects run the 40-yard dash, the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine came and went in a blur.
The Buffalo Bills certainly had a vested interest in the goings-on in Indianapolis, holding the No. 8 overall pick as a chip to either take a top-notch player or to earn further draft capital to improve the team.
If they hold any sort of value for the combine, however, they may find it mighty tough to part ways with that pick.
That being said, we can't focus solely on the top selection. The Bills have six picks, one in each of the first six rounds, which means six chances to improve their team. Which directions could they be looking after the combine?
All combine results courtesy of NFL.com.