The 2020 NFL draft poses unprecedented challenges — with GMs drafting virtually from their homes because of the coronavirus pandemic — but that doesn’t mean teams won’t be wheeling and dealing as usual. Who’s going to trade up into the top 10? Which teams will move back to stockpile picks? And who’s going to take a quarterback early?
We’re closing in on Round 1 (Thursday, April 23, at 8 p.m. ET, ESPN/ABC/ESPN App), and our NFL Nation reporters are making one prediction for every team.
The Bills will draft a receiver with one of their first three picks
GM Brandon Beane has said it before — he will draft the best player available within the first few rounds of a draft before getting into positions of need. With a receiver class as deep as this one, it wouldn’t be a surprise if the best player available is a wide receiver by the time the Bills pick for the second time at No. 86 overall. While Buffalo’s trio of Stefon Diggs, John Brown and Cole Beasley is among the NFL’s best, the team could still stand to improve at the position. — Marcel Louis-Jacques
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