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The Bills lost a very integral part of their offense when they let guard Andy Levitre go to the Tennessee Titans in free agency.
With the sixteenth pick, Buffalo would have the opportunity to draft North Carolina guard Jonathan Cooper, a selection which would ensure success for Buffalo's running game in 2013. At North Carolina, Cooper blocked for Giovani Bernard, one of the most athletic runners in all of college football, and did an admirable job at that.
The lineman is one of the most athletic guards in the draft and can block extremely well in space, a must-have quality for offensive linemen blocking for C.J. Spiller.
No, it's not the flashiest pick, but for the Bills' skill position players can be successful, talented players like Cooper must be brought in to bolster the offensive line.