Pay attention, Jets. The Bills took their quarterback of the future on the first day of the draft. They then spent most of Day 2 trying to surround him with talent. Buffalo selected USC wide receiver Robert Woods in the second round (41st overall) and then Texas wide receiver Marquise Goodwin in the third round (78th overall). Woods is the polished wideout, a solid route-runner who has good speed, but might end up being more of an intermediate-range target. Goodwin, who ran a 4.27 40-yard dash at the combine, is the deep threat who can be a major factor in the return game.
It's a nice pairing of two receivers who have different strengths, and it drastically upgrades a group that contained Stevie Johnson and little else before this draft. For those in re-draft leagues, I don't know if I want to invest in either of these players. My lack of faith in E.J. Manuel in his rookie year will keep me away from Buffalo's passing game, but the overall offense looks much better than it did 12 hours ago.