It's just a matter of where

Paul KasprzakContributor IMarch 19, 2010

With the Buffalo Bills signing linebacker Andra Davis and defensive lineman Dwan Edwards their needs are now set

Everyone knows the Bills top three needs, so the question is now in what rounds will they be in?

It is no secret that the Bills are looking to draft a quarterback, nose tackle, and a offensive tackle.

The key quote came from Bills vice president of college scouting Tom Modrak via the Bills website when asked about nose tackles in regards to an article titled Bills Focus: Filling Out the 3-4.

“Everybody goes for them first. That thins it out quick you know and that has been a tradition around this league. You get big people as soon as you can. Your right it is a good year for them.

That means quote, along with the signing of offensive tackle Cornell Green to start at right tackle, means the Bills will take a nose tackle with the ninth overall pick.

In the second round the pick will come down to how the board shakes out, which means the position that is not addressed in the second round will be in the third.

In the end, as much as Bills fans want a quarterback the smart move is to take either a nose tackle or offensive tackle.