Will The Buffalo Bills Go Running Back In The First Round?
The 2022 NFL Draft is just over two weeks away and while many teams must fill holes on their roster, the Buffalo Bills have virtually no needs. They’re the most complete team in the NFL.
Still, they could use some more depth at wide receiver and cornerback. Offensive line is another depth need.
One position that could also get addressed in the draft is running back.
Devin Singletary came on strong during the final weeks of the 2021 regular season, but Zack Moss fell out of favor after the first game against the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football.
The Bills did not re-sign Matt Breida but did sign Duke Johnson as a free agent.
Adding more explosiveness to running back would help and the Bills made their interest known for arguably the top running back in the 2022 class.
According to Tom Pelissaro of The NFL Network, Iowa State running back Breece Hall visited the Buffalo Bills in a pre-draft visit.
Hall is projected to be anywhere from a late first round pick to an early third round pick. Second round seems most likely.
Hall would give the Bills something they do not have at running back and that’s an explosive element. He was a touchdown machine with the Cyclones and while his yards per carry numbers were not great in 2021, the open field speed is there.
Bills general manager Brandon Beane has hinted he isn’t afraid to take running back in the first round and rumors had the Bills eyeing Clemson’s Travis Etienne last April, before the Jacksonville Jaguars picked him,
Would you be okay if the Bills took running back Breece Hall in the first round?