After a coaching staff and roster overhaul last offseason, the Buffalo Bills regressed to a 4-12 record for the 2010 NFL season. Clearly, the Bills didn't have the players they needed to operate their new 3-4 defensive front, after the team had utilized a four-man front in recent years.
Buffalo was awarded the luxury of the No. 3 overall pick, and couldn't afford to miss on any of their nine picks in the 2011 NFL Draft, and in my opinion, they nailed it.
I give the 2011 Buffalo Bills draft class, and I want to extend a compliment to whoever kept Ralph Wilson out of the war room from Thursday to Saturday.
They added crucial depth at crucial positions, grabbing a mammoth, can't-miss run stuffer, a power running back to complement C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson, in addition to addressing all three levels of the defense and the offensive line.