“Buffalo Bills NFL Draft Strategy: Will They Trade Up for Top Talent?”

The Buffalo Bills are poised with the 28th overall pick in Thursday night’s NFL Draft, but speculation swirls around whether they’ll make a move to trade up. General manager Brandon Beane, known for his strategic trades in previous drafts, expressed openness to making a move if the opportunity presents itself.

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Beane, addressing the media before the draft, acknowledged his past trading history and emphasized his willingness to secure a player he values. While he refrained from divulging specific plans, he hinted at the possibility of maneuvering up the draft board if the right opportunity arises.

While Beane remained tight-lipped, insights from the Buffalo Bills Kickoff Live crew shed light on potential scenarios. Heather Prusak from News 4 estimated a 75% chance of the Bills trading up, possibly targeting the 15th or 16th pick to acquire LSU receiver Brian Thomas Jr. Sal Capaccio from WGR echoed similar sentiments, predicting a likelihood of over 50% for a trade-up, citing Beane’s past tendencies.

Thad Brown, Sports Director at WROC, was even more emphatic, putting the odds at 99.74% for a trade-up, albeit not as high as others on the panel. Brown suggested the Bills could target the 23rd overall pick, speculating on potential moves by other teams.

Matt Parrino from envisioned a move into the 15-20 range for Brian Thomas Jr., also considering the possibility of trading back as part of the Bills’ draft strategy.

For fans eagerly anticipating a game-changing move to bolster their roster, attention should be on prospects like Rome Odunze. If Odunze’s draft stock suggests he may slip within reach, the allure of a trade-up could become irresistible for the Bills’ front office.

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