By Rich Hill
The Buffalo Bills shipped quarterback Tyrod Taylor to the Cleveland Browns for the 65th overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the top pick of the third round. That left Nathan Peterman as the only quarterback on the roster and signaled how Buffalo was intent on adding their quarterback of the future this offseason.
Their latest trade certainly tips off the team’s intention for how they plan on getting a quarterback on their roster.
It’s difficult to see the Bills current roster build enticing a veteran like the oft-injured Sam Bradford or the ready-to-cash-in Kirk Cousins. Buffalo seems intent on positioning themselves for a trade on draft day to move up into the top of the first round and draft their quarterback of the future.
Buffalo now owns the 12th, 22nd, 53rd, 56th, and 65th overall picks. The 12th and 22nd overall picks should be enough to move into the top five in an average draft, but with so many potential franchise quarterbacks in the draft and so many sellers at the top of the draft (the Indianapolis Colts and New York Giants aren’t expected to draft a quarterback and the Cleveland Browns won’t draft two in the top four), the price is sure to...