There is no denying the fact that the Buffalo Bills had a busy offseason.
General manager Doug Whaley is working hard to impress the team's new ownership. Whaley signed several free agents (Brandon Spikes, Chris Williams and Corey Graham) who could start or receive significant playing time this season.
Whaley also made the boldest move of the NFL draft, moving up to No. 4 overall to draft Sammy Watkins. It was a risky venture because it cost the team next year's first-round pick, but Whaley is trying to win now.
All of these transactions look like they will help the Bills, but there are other moves the team didn't make that could have helped just as much, or more. Of course, there's a reason Whaley is GM and I'm just an outsider looking in, but that won't stop me from wondering what could have been.
With that said, let's take a look at a few moves the Bills could have made this offseason that could have helped get them back to the playoff promised land.