The Buffalo Bills 2010 Draft. So many holes to fill and so few picks to do it with.
In conducting research for this article by visiting many web sites, it is clear that one individual player can be found being projected as many as six rounds above or below another draft expert.
Using those findings as an illustration of how unscientific mock drafts can be, we will attempt to delve in this year's draft looking at three specific options per draft round, under the heading of Best Bet, Realistic Scenario, and Worst Case.
To show you how crazy the mocks are, one specific web site had four of their six writers predicting that the Bills would use their first pick and number nine overall on an offensive tackle.
That is fine, but then you realize that none of the four writers could agree on who the tackle was, as they each identified someone different. And that was for the No. 9 pick.
So, needless to say, don't fall off your chair if my results and your results vary. Expect it, but I hope you enjoy the article anyway.
Since no crystal ball was used in this exercise, nor any card reader or palm readers were hired, I have no idea what round the Bills will draft their future QB, LB, RB, Offensive Line help, Defensive Line help, etc. So you will see these positions addressed in multiple rounds throughout the slide show.
Finally, the leading slide picture is that of Oklahoma State shutdown left tackle Russell Okung.
If for some strange reason he is still there at No. 9, and the Bills don't select him, I will be all over Buddy Nix and Co. for neglect and lack of judgment skills.