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BBD Week in Review: 5/27-6/2

Monday, June 3rd, 2013

Jason Verrett was among the players looked at by BBD this week as potential 2014 NFL draft first-round picks for the Buffalo Bills. (Photo: USA Today Sports Images)

BBD Editor: Dan Hope

A new month is upon us, and June here at Buffalo Bills Draft means we are growing ever closer to the start of the 2013 football season. We are excited to continue bringing you some of the web’s most unique and high-quality content previewing the Buffalo Bills’ 2013 season, looking ahead to the 2014 NFL draft and also looking back at recent Bills seasons as we continue to churn through the NFL offseason.

Let’s take a look back at the best content from the past week from here at BBD, around the NFL Draft Sites Network and around the web.


Grading the Buffalo Bills’ 2010 NFL Draft: Ed Wang

Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

Ed Wang hoped to find success as the NFL’s first Chinese-American player, but his career with the Buffalo Bills lasted only one season. (Photo: USA Today Sports Images)

BBD Staff Writer: Ryan Talbot

Buffalo Bills Draft’s fifth installment of “Grading the Buffalo Bills’ 2010 NFL Draft” takes a look at offensive tackle Ed Wang.

Round 5, Pick 140: Ed Wang, OT, Virginia Tech

The Buffalo Bills finally addressed their offensive line in the fifth round of the 2010 NFL draft by selecting offensive tackle Ed Wang of Virginia Tech.

In 2009, Buffalo’s offensive line gave up a total of 50 sacks, third-worst in the NFL according to Advanced NFL Stats. In addition to the sacks, the team also allowed 97 quarterback hits which was the second-highest total in the league. The Bills needed help on their line, and hoped that Wang would add depth.


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