Buffalo Bills 7-round 2020 NFL mock draft: Building around Josh Allen

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The Buffalo Bills continue to stockpile talent in this seven-round 2020 NFL mock draft.

It wasn’t always pretty, but the Buffalo Bills put together an impressive season in 2019. Their 10-6 was good enough for second in the AFC East and a trip to the postseason as a Wild Card selection.

The Bills have done a nice job of building through the draft in recent years and head coach Sean McDermott has them heading in the right way on the field. The Bills are led by one of the best defenses in the NFL (sixth-best, according to DVOA) and an inconsistent, but exciting offensive attack.

Quarterback Josh Allen still has obvious accuracy issues, but Allen has shown an impressive combination of athleticism and arm strength early in his NFL career. He is never going to be the most consistent player, but Allen is an exciting talent who can come through and make a play at any time in the game.

The Buffalo Bills are undoubtedly a team that is on the right track, but they still have some work to do this offseason. Most importantly, the Bills need to find offensive playmakers who can come in and help Allen immediately.

The Bills did a nice job of adding wide receiver talent to the mix last offseason, as both John Brown and Cole Beasley were impressive immediate playmakers at the position. That being said, this offense still lacks an ideal number one receiver, and ideally, they would be able to find said receiver in the draft. Can we find the Buffalo Bills that number one receiver here? Let’s find out.

Note: This mock draft was completed using The Draft Network’s Mock Draft Machine.

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