Buffalo Bills 2011 Mock Draft 1.0

Nicolas SouleContributor IOctober 7, 2010

FAYETTEVILLE - SEPTEMBER 25: Ryan Mallett #15 of the Arkansas Razorbacks passes the ball against the Alabama Crimson Tide at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium on September 25, 2010 in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Alabama won 24-20. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
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In previous articles I've made mock drafts with dumb unrealistic trades. So I've decided no trades in this mock.

Buffalo Bills 2011 mock draft

Round 1- Andrew Luck, QB Stanford or Ryan Mallett, QB Arkansas
Round 2- Derek Sherrod, OT Mississippi
Round 3- John Moffitt, C Wisconsin
Round 4- Phil Taylor, DT/NT
Round 4- Wayne Daniels, OLB TCU
Round 5- Jarriel King, OT South Carolina
Round 6- Mike Blanc, DT Auburn
Round 7- Cody Fleener, TE Stanford

Buffalo needed to improve the offensive line. They found one in Derek Sherrod. They later find a RT in the fifth round in Jarriel King. The Bills also find a center in John Moffitt. The Bills need a QB. They go with Ryan Mallett. Ryan is a very tall QB at 6'6". He has a very strong arm. He completes about 70% of his passes and after 4 games Mallett has thrown for 359.5 yards per game. He also plays in a very competitive conference in the SEC. If they go in another direction they can pick Andrew Luck. Luck completes 63% of his passes. Probably doesn't have the OL Mallett has so could develop into a fine QB. Mike Blac add size on the DL. He'll be move to DE. Phil Taylor has potential to be a very good NT. At 6'4" 355 pounds, he's much bigger than Torell Troup or Kyle Williams. It could also move Williams to DE, if not traded. But that's for another story.