Monday morning officially signaled the end of the 2013 NFL season and welcomed in a day where every team is even in the standings once again. While the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos celebrated their great performances in 2013, the Buffalo Bills continued their January tradition of preparing scouting reports for the players who will hopefully turn the franchise's misfortunes around.
Free agency and the scouting combine are the two biggest events on the horizon, both of which will give more clarity to the Bills' needs in the May draft. With no consensus top need, the Bills could be in a position to take their highest-rated player available in the first few rounds, come spring.
Doug Whaley had an entire season to get a sense of the direction he wants to take the team and now he controls its destiny for the first time as the top-dog general manager. Whaley tied his career to the arm of EJ Manuel a season ago, but another great draft by the front office could soften the blow, should Manuel not work out in the long term.
Using a big board we drew up last week, let's take a look at an updated seven-round mock draft with the season officially in the books.