Kendis MacLeod, Sports Writer

The upcoming season can either make or break the Bills. They currently have a first round pick with a 27th overall.

In the mock draft, the Bills are projected to take Georgia offensive lineman Broderick Jones. Jones could be a great addition to the team and even help them with a Super Bowl win this year. However, there are some negatives to picking Jones.

“As things sit on the O-line in Buffalo, Jones’ quickest route to start might be on the right side of the line. He could either push Ryan Bates or Spencer Brown for playing time,” says Nick Wojton from Bills Wire.

The Bills could be passing up on some really skilled players in the draft if they pick up Jones, including receiver Jordan Addison, running back Bijan Robinson, and tight end Dalton Kincaid. The Bills lost receiver Isaiah McKenzie and running back Devin Singletary, so these players could potentially help improve the Bills.

“But as referenced, in selecting Jones in this fashion from CBS Sports, Buffalo would be passing on some other skilled players that fall down the draft board. Included in that bunch is receiver Jordan Addison, running back Bijan Robinson and tight end Dalton Kincaid,” says Nick Wojton from Bills Wire.

Bills have some rumors of trading for Deandre Hopkins. Hopkins has been on the trade block for a while now, and the Bills have shown some major interest, with players on the team even commenting on it.

Having Hopkins on the team could be a serious threat to other teams with the team already having Stefon Diggs, Dawson Knox, and Josh Allen.

“But, if he’s out on the field, he’s a threat. Hopkins still demands top attention from opposing defenses. His catch radius is still large, his hands are filthy and he is a legitimate problem, period. If the Bills have a chance to get him, following an impending release, then general manager Brandon Beane should stop at nothing to pair him with Stefon Diggs,” says Ryan Heckman from