2014 NFL Draft Best Value Picks for the AFC East

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Dec 28, 2013; Orlando, FL, USA; Miami Hurricanes offensive linesman Seantrel Henderson (77) as they face the Louisville Cardinals in the Russell Athletic Bowl at Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium. Mandatory Credit: David Manning-USA TODAY Sports

Who doesn’t love a good bargain? In the 2014 NFL Draft, every team was able to come away with what I consider to be at least one great value. That doesn’t mean they necessarily cashed in on the fall of someone in the first or second round like the Vikings and Teddy Bridgewater. I’m talking deeper in the draft. These are the picks that teams made in the mid-late rounds of the draft that can not only round out their roster but provide them with a guy that can make contributions early on. Here are the top value picks from this year’s draft in the AFC East.

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Seantrel Henderson

Offensive Tackle, Miami

Troubled as he may be, the former #1 recruit in the nation as a high school prep has some potential in the NFL if he dedicates himself to the craft. The Bills drafted three offensive linemen, and got Henderson in the seventh round. That is a low-risk, potentially very high reward for a talented kid who needs some guidance and stability. If the Bills can make this one work, they’ll have a heck of a value on their hands at the end of the day.
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