2020 NFL Mock Draft 1.0: Eagles focus on safety with Grant Delpit
By Dan Parzych
Coming up short in the playoffs the way they did to the Houston Texans was obviously crushing for the Buffalo Bills since this team seemed built for a Super Bowl run, but at least there are plenty of reasons to be pumped about the future.
For starters, when looking at all of the previous frustration surrounding the quarterback position, the Bills seem to finally have someone special in Josh Allen when looking at the progress made during his sophomore NFL season.
Even if the playoff loss to Houston made it clear that Allen still has plenty of learning to do, the experience this early in his career should pay off in a big way for Buffalo in the long run.
With that being said, just because Allen is already displaying plenty of potential doesn’t mean the offense is officially set with the proper weapons to work with, especially at the wide receiver position.
The best way to get Allen to reach new levels at quarterback is to bring on an effective playmaker this offseason, and after watching Tee Higgins catch 25 touchdowns passes for Clemson over the last two years, this could be the perfect selection.
Higgins has received plenty of high praise for his ability to beat opposing coverage, and what would make an addition like this even more exciting is Buffalo would be getting a wideout that is only a few years younger than Allen, meaning they could both be part of the long-term plans.