Buffalo Bills 2014 Draft: The Good, the Bad and the Baffling

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Buffalo Bills 2014 Draft: The Good, the Bad and the Baffling
Associated Press
The Buffalo Bills braintrust of head coach Doug Marrone (left), GM Doug Whaley (middle left) and team president Russ Brandon (right) welcome WR Sammy Watkins (middle right).

The Buffalo Bills entered the 2014 NFL draft with six selections, but wound up making seven by the time it was done. 

After a fourth straight 6-10 season, the Bills' new regime decided it was time to make a big splash and traded up to get Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins, considered the best receiver in the draft. With the rest of their selections, the Bills methodically addressed several positions of need and may have found a couple diamonds in the rough.

They have a long mountain to climb to get ahead of the New England Patriots in the AFC East, and most of that burden falls on the shoulders of quarterback EJ Manuel, who must make significant strides in his second year. However, the Bills made several additions to the roster that could help him develop into a franchise signal-caller. 

Here's a look at the best and worst from the Bills' weekend. 

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