2010 Record: 4-12
The Buffalo Bills had a new general manager, and a whole new coaching staff, as well as a transition from the 4-3 Tampa 2 defensive scheme to the 3-4 front entering the 2010 season. That led to the worst rush defense in the league, allowing approximately 200 yards per game on the ground.
General manager, Buddy Nix, knows that he has a lot of holes to fill if the Bills hope to compete with the New England Patriots and New York Jets in the AFC East.
Biggest Needs: DE, RT, OLB, CB
The Bills currently have just three defensive ends on their roster after releasing veteran Marcus Stroud, Alex Carrington, a 2010 third round pick, who didn't see much playing time last year, Dwan Edwards and Spencer Johnson.
Ryan Fitzpatrick had a solid year, considering the offensive line he was behind, but he will never be the franchise quarterback they need to make a serious run.
The Bills seem confident in left tackle Demetrius Bell's ability to man the blind side, but there is a huge void at right tackle, despite the depth at the guard position.
Draft Possibilities: DE Marcell Dareus, CB Patrick Peterson, OLB Von Miller, QB Cam Newton