|1-14 (#14 overall)
||DT Marcus Stroud - Georgia
||The Bills are desperate for defensive lineman and Stroud could step in and start.
|2-15 (#46 overall)
||DB Willie Middlebrooks - Minnesota
||The Bills need defensive backs for depth in running a 46 defense and Williams covets big corners like Middlebrooks. He can step in as the nickel back.
|3-14 (#76 overall)
||OT Elliot Silvers - Washington
||This may be the perfect time to go for a lineman. Silvers may challenge Hicks for the starting right tackle job.
|3-33* (#95 overall)
||FB Moran Norris-Kansas
||The Bills will draft a fullback for the West Coast Offense and Norris may be the guy in the spot.
||This pick goes to Denver for Chris Watson.
|5-13 (#144 overall)
||WR David Martin-Tennesse
||The club needs someone who can challenge as a fourth wideout and depth is possible at this spot.
|6-15 (#178 overall)
||C Jeff McCurley-Pittsburgh
||The Bills need a Center to challenge Conaty and will draft one now that Ostroski is moved to Guard.
|6-32* (#195 overall)
||QB Sage Rosfels-Iowa State
||Bills may draft a quarterback earlier or wait and get one through street free agency. This may be a good time for one and Rosfels should be available.
|6-33* (#196 overall)
||DE Dwayne Missouri-Nortwestern
||Need a pass rusher and depth at this spot.
|7-14 (#214 overall)
||DT Kris Kocurek-Texas Tech
||A run stuffer that will add needed depth at defensive tackle.
|7-38* (#238 overall)
||S Ifeanyi Ohalte-USC
||A pure safety is possible with the final pick. He can backup Jones at strong safety and be the eight man in the box in the 46 defense.