Da'Quan Bowers has won the run-off vote with approximately 53% of the vote.
1. Carolina Panthers - Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn
2. Denver Broncos - Da'Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson
3. Buffalo Bills - ?????
The Bills are coming off a disappointing season, seemingly par for the course in recent memory. Their defense definitely needs work; Kyle Williams was really the only good player on the entire defense last season. In their second year of the 3-4, Buffalo definitely does not have the pieces needed to run an effective 3-4 at this point. They also are unsure as to whether Ryan Fitzpatrick is the QB of the future for them or not. Basically, they have needs all over the place; hence the #3 overall pick. Format after the jump:
The voting will be open for somewhere in the neighborhood of two or three days per pick. If it's obvious which player has been voted for the pick I'll close the voting and open the next one. Vote for the player YOU THINK THE TEAM WILL PICK, not who YOU would pick if you were the GM. The point of this is to have what BCC feels is an accurate representation of the picks leading up to Jacksonville's pick at 16. If we go fairly quickly, we can continue on and try to get to the Jaguars' second-round pick before the actual draft.
You will have at least seven choices to vote for per pick. If you would like to vote for a player who isn't listed, post "Write-in vote for ___________". If the player you want to write in is already posted, please rec that post.
If you have any questions I'll be happy to answer them in the thread. Vote away!
Who do you think the Buffalo Bills will select with pick #3 in the 2011 NFL Draft?
Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri (73 votes)
Cam Newton, QB, Auburn (48 votes)
A. J. Green, WR, Georgia (44 votes)
Marcell Dareus, DE/DT, Alabama (135 votes)
Cameron Jordan, DE/DT, California (7 votes)
Robert Quinn, DE/OLB, North Carolina (24 votes)
Von Miller, OLB, Texas A&M (81 votes)
Patrick Peterson, DB, LSU (106 votes)
Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska (16 votes)
Write-in (please list write-in votes in the comments) (3 votes)
537 total votes