NFL Pro Football 2020 Draft Odds Teams 1st Selection: Buffalo Bills

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The NFL draft is fast approaching much to the satisfaction of sports fans and bettors worldwide. A look at the betting odds on the first selection in the draft by the Buffalo Bills on offense or defense.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Buffalo drafting a defensive player first at -140 odds with an offensive player first bringing back +110 odds.

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Bills come off a successful 2019 campaign finishing with a 10-6 record. They entered into the playoffs as an AFC Wildcard team losing on the road to the Houston Texans 22-19. They were 10-4 until suffering two straight regular season losses then the playoff loss making it three straight defeats to close the season.

Buffalo has no first round pick. They traded for Minnesota Vikings receiver Stefon Diggs in exchange for picks including their first pick which was 22nd in the 2020 draft. Buffalo will now have the 54th pick in the draft which occurs in the second round. Even with the signing of Diggs the Bills are in need of receiver help and could look in that direction with their second round pick. Team needs weapons to support young quarterback Josh Allen. The Bills were 26th in the league in passing yardage and 23rd in scoring. Buffalo was led to the playoffs by the play of their defense.

Wide receivers are a premium in the draft with several selected in the first round. Mock drafts have Buffalo selecting Chase Claypool a wide out from Notre Dame. He played all four seasons with the Fighting Irish. He put up his best numbers as a senior where he had 66 catches with 13 touchdowns and 15.7 yards per receptions.

Bills could also be in the market for a cornerback with their first pick in the draft. They have a shot at their draft position of getting the fifth of sixth best player at corner coming out. Corners AJ Terrell from Clemson or Jeff Gladney from TCU could be available to the team late in the second round. Terrell started two years at Clemson. Scouts are concerned about his strength in man to man coverage feeling that receivers wont struggle to fire off the line of scrimmage. Gladney started four seasons with the Horned Frogs. Experts like his coverage skills but has size issues if covering the taller receivers in the league.

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