- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Talent evaluators from all 32 teams are in Indianapolis for the NFL combine. This weekend all eyes will be on the quarterbacks, who will throw in front of scouts to try to improve their stock.
The Buffalo Bills are one of the quarterback-needy teams who will be watching the quarterbacks closely. Veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick isn’t the long-term solution and Buffalo has a new head coach in Doug Marrone.
Here is our latest poll question: Which round will Buffalo draft a quarterback?
Will it come in the first round? The Bills have the No. 8 overall pick and could have their choice of any quarterbacks in this draft. West Virginia’s Geno Smith is the top-rated prospect. If he falls to No. 8, should the Bills take Smith?
Will it come in the second round? Buffalo has other needs to address and could wait until the second round to select a quarterback. Prospects like Ryan Nassib, who played for Marrone at Syracuse, and N.C. State’s Mike Glennon could be targets early in the second round.
The third round or later would have to require the Bills to find a gem. Last year, Russell Wilson turned around the Seattle Seahawks as a third-round pick. Would Buffalo risk waiting that long for a quarterback?
Using our SportsNation poll, vote on which round the Bills will take a quarterback. You can also share your thoughts in the comment section below.