The fortunes of Buffalo Bills' draft classes have shifted from woeful to solid in recent years, and their overall haul in 2013 was no different. Several rookies made drastic impacts on the field for the Bills, but their spot at the bottom of the AFC East was unchanged.
Did the Bills make the right move trading back in the first round to select EJ Manuel and pick up an extra second-rounder? Should the Bills have taken two wide receivers so early with a star-studded 2014 receiver class only a year away? Should offensive line have been more of a priority with underwhelming talent on its interior?
If the Bills' rookie front office knew then what they know now, how would things have changed during last April's draft?
Time to put the GM cap on and re-draft the Buffalo Bills' 2013 draft.