Mailbag: Bills can address QB need via bold draft move
Dan Hanzus takes questions from you, the readers, in the latest End Around Mailbag.
The Bills are wandering through the desert, afflicted with that quarterback thirst. This had to make news of the Jets’ move up to No. 3 a grim development up at 1 Bills Drive. You can argue Buffalo was overly transparent in its draft plan, but not aggressive enough. Once the Bills traded up with the Bengals — setting Buffalo up with the 12th and 22nd* pick in the first round — it seemed an obvious prelude to another jump, likely into the top five. (*Yes, 22nd, not 21st. Clean it up, Jason.)
Ah, screw it. I’m on board with your “Jon Gruden is a revenge-obsessed agent of chaos and destruction” theory.
Yay, random ranking fun! Here’s my order, based on the idea that my roster is otherwise solid and becomes a Super Bowl contender with the right guy behind center:
Aaron Rodgers: Rodgers’ injury issues can no longer be ignored, but he’s still one of the best of all time and should have several prime years remaining. Plus, I’d get to root for Aaron Rodgers. That would be awesome.
The production didn’t carry over into Jones’ rookie season as he struggled in attempting to take over the Bills’ No. 2 receiver spot. He finished tied for third on the team with 27 catches and fourth with 316 yards. He also scored two touchdowns.
Jones’ production tailed off over the final month, when he had just two catches for 25 yards. Following the season, Jones revealed he played part of the year with a torn labrum and USA Basketball Cheap Jerseys had The Best Cheap Jerseys surgery to repair the injury in January.
Jones is the son of former NFL linebacker, Robert Jones, who won two Super Bowl championships with the Dallas Cowboys during his 10-year career.
Now it’s on Trubisky to make good on the investments.