The attention will be heaped upon EJ Manuel and the rest of the "skill position" talents the Bills added via the draft but it could be a playmaker on the other side of the ball who makes the greatest immediate impact.
Da'Rick Rogers is a first-round talent. He went undrafted because the risk runs deep given his past transgressions, including multiple failed drug tests at Tennessee and an arrest following a bar brawl in Knoxville. Rogers landed with the Bills, a team with a history of getting the most of late-draft finds.
Teams swinging for the fences in the first round often come up empty, but a more measured, logical approach often results in better players drafted in later rounds. No one did that better Friday night than last year's Super Bowl opponents. Which other teams fared well in rounds two and three?
Potential first-round picks Jonathan Cooper and Sylvester Williams were the main draws but running back Giovani Bernard, offensive tackle Brennan Williams and little-known wideout Jheranie Boyd also turned heads.