The Buffalo Bills are in a prime position with their No. 3 overall draft pick to grab an instant starter and playmaker on the defensive side of the ball, and are looking to improve on their dreadful 4-12 record in 2010.
The season wasn't for naught, as wide receiver Stevie Johnson had a breakout season, making 82 receptions for 1,073 yards, and 10 touchdowns.
Ryan Fitzpatrick proved to be a serviceable starter, tossing 23 touchdowns to just 17 interceptions with 3,000 yards.
The defense struggled, ranking last in the league against the run, getting trampled for over 170 yards per game.
However, Kyle Williams made a great transition from a traditional defensive tackle in the four man front he played his entire career, to the nose tackle in the three man front, where he would take on double teams constantly.
To turn the franchise around, the Bills need to hit on every pick of the NFL Draft, and sign a few key free agent when the time allows.