BBD Staff Writer: Eric Samulski
The Buffalo Bills’ secondary was much discussed heading into the 2013 Draft. Last season, the Bills allowed 25 touchdowns through the air, seven plays of 40 or more yards, and failing to find a consistent No. 2 cornerback to play opposite rookie Stephon Gilmore, general manager Buddy Nix and Co. were expected to spend a decent chunk of the offseason trying to turn youth and potential into results.
However, as the draft came and went, many of the areas that were expected to be addressed went untouched.
Now that the new players are in the fold, it’s time to take a look at how the 2013 offseason will affect the look of the secondary in the new season.