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2008 Buffalo Bills season
Head Coach Dick Jauron
Home Field Ralph Wilson Stadium
Rogers Centre (one game)
Results
Record 7–9
Place 4th AFC East
Playoff Finish did not qualify
Pro Bowlers 1
Timeline
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The 2008 Buffalo Bills season was the 39th season for the team in the National Football League and their 49th season overall. They finished with a record of 7–9 for the third consecutive year. They started the season 4–0 before a 3–9 stretch.

The team was eliminated from playoff contention in week 15, which secured their ninth straight year without a playoff appearance.

Coaching staffEdit

Head coach Dick Jauron entered his third year (2006 to 2009) with the Bills. Turk Schonert began his first year as offensive coordinator.

OffseasonEdit

NFL DraftEdit

Buffalo found some impact players in the 2008 NFL Draft. Leodis McKelvin was named to the Sporting News All-NFL team in his rookie year. Demetrius Bell eventually won a starting job at offensive tackle in Buffalo, a position he holds as of 2011. Stevie Johnson had a breakout year in 2010.

Round Pick # Player Position College
1 11 Leodis McKelvin Safety Troy
2 41 James Hardy Wide Receiver Indiana
3 72 Chris Ellis Defensive End Virginia Tech
4 114 Reggie Corner Cornerback Akron
4 132Supplemental Derek Fine Tight End Kansas
5 147 Alvin Bowen Linebacker Iowa State
6 179 Xavier Omon Running Back NW Missouri State
7 219 Demetrius Bell Offensive Tackle Northwestern State
7 224 Stevie Johnson Wide Receiver Kentucky
7 251Supplemental Kennard Cox Cornerback Pittsburgh

Preseason scheduleEdit

Week Date Opponent Score Stadium Kickoff (ET) TV Record NFL.com Recap
1 August 9 at Washington Redskins L 14–17 FedEx Field 7PM WKBW-TV 0–1 Recap
2 August 14 Pittsburgh Steelers In Toronto W 24–21 Rogers Centre 7:30PM WKBW 1–1 Recap
3 August 24 at Indianapolis Colts W 20–7 Lucas Oil Stadium 8PM NFL Network 2–1 Recap
4 August 28 Detroit Lions L 6–14 Ralph Wilson Stadium 6:30PM WKBW 2–2 Recap

As part of the 5 year Toronto deal the Bills will play a pre-season game every other year there. This season's pre-season game in Toronto is week 2.

Schedule Edit

Week Date Kickoff (ET) TV Opponent Result Record Game Site NFL.com Recap
1 Sunday September 7 1:00 PM Fox Seattle Seahawks W 34–10 1–0 Ralph Wilson Stadium Recap
2 Sunday September 14 1:00 PM CBS at Jacksonville Jaguars W 20–16 2–0 Jacksonville Municipal Stadium Recap
3 Sunday September 21 1:00 PM CBS Oakland Raiders W 24–23 3–0 Ralph Wilson Stadium Recap
4 Sunday September 28 4:05 PM CBS at St. Louis Rams W 31–14 4–0 Edward Jones Dome Recap
5 Sunday October 5 4:15 PM CBS at Arizona Cardinals L 41–17 4–1 University of Phoenix Stadium Recap
6 Bye Week
7 Sunday October 19 1:00 PM CBS San Diego Chargers W 23–14 5–1 Ralph Wilson Stadium Recap
8 Sunday October 26 1:00 PM CBS at Miami Dolphins L 25–16 5–2 Dolphin Stadium Recap
9 Sunday November 2 1:00 PM CBS New York Jets L 26–17 5–3 Ralph Wilson Stadium Recap
10 Sunday November 9 1:00 PM CBS at New England Patriots L 20–10 5–4 Gillette Stadium Recap
11 Monday November 17 8:30 PM ESPN Cleveland Browns L 29–27 5–5 Ralph Wilson Stadium Recap
12 Sunday November 23 1:00 PM CBS at Kansas City Chiefs W 54–31 6–5 Arrowhead Stadium Recap
13 Sunday November 30 1:00 PM Fox San Francisco 49ers L 10–3 6–6 Ralph Wilson Stadium Recap
14 Sunday December 7 4:05 PM CBS Miami Dolphins L 16–3 6–7 Rogers Centre (Toronto) Recap
15 Sunday December 14 1:00 PM* CBS at New York Jets L 31–27 6–8 Giants Stadium Recap
16 Sunday December 21 4:05 PM* CBS at Denver Broncos W 30–23 7–8 Invesco Field at Mile High Recap
17 Sunday December 28 1:00 PM* CBS New England Patriots L 13–0 7–9 Ralph Wilson Stadium Recap
  • Green background indicates win.
  • Red background indicates loss.
  • An asterisk (*) indicates games potentially moved to Sunday Night Football due to flex scheduling.

One regular season home game per year will be played at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario as part of a five-year deal. For 2008, December 7's matchup with the Miami Dolphins was staged in Toronto.[1]

StandingsEdit

AFC East
view · talk · edit W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
y (3) Miami Dolphins 10 6 0 .688 4–2 8–4 345 317 W5
y (3) New England Patriots 11 5 0 .688 4–2 7–5 410 309 W4
New York Jets 9 7 0 .563 4–2 7–5 405 356 L2
Buffalo Bills 7 9 0 .438 0–6 5–7 336 342 L1

Regular seasonEdit

Week 1: vs. Seattle SeahawksEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Seahawks 0 7 3 0

10

Bills 7 13 14 0

34

at Ralph Wilson Stadium, Orchard Park, New York

The Bills began their 2008 campaign at home against the Seattle Seahawks. In the first quarter, Buffalo drew first blood as running back Marshawn Lynch got a 21-yard touchdown run. In the second quarter, the Bills increased their lead with wide receiver/punt returner Roscoe Parrish returning a punt 63 yards for a touchdown. The Seahawks would respond with quarterback Matt Hasselbeck completing a 20-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Nate Burleson. Buffalo would close out the half with kicker Rian Lindell getting a 35-yard and a 38-yard field goal. In the third quarter, Seattle responded with kicker Olindo Mare nailing a 45-yard field goal. Afterwards, Buffalo dug into their bag of tricks. Appearing to attempt a 32-yard field goal, holder Brian Moorman completed a 19-yard touchdown pass to defensive end Ryan Denney. The Bills would pull away with quarterback Trent Edwards completing a 30-yard touchdown pass to tight end Robert Royal.

With this impressive win, the Bills start off their season with a 1–0 record.

Week 2: at Jacksonville JaguarsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Bills 7 3 0 10

20

Jaguars 0 3 10 3

16

at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, Jacksonville, Florida

Coming off an impressive home win over the Seahawks, the Bills flew to Jacksonville Municipal Stadium for a Week 2 duel with the Jacksonville Jaguars. In the first quarter, Buffalo drew first blood as RB Marshawn Lynch got an 11-yard TD run. In the second quarter, the Jaguars would respond with kicker Josh Scobee getting a 28-yard field goal. The Bills would close out the half with kicker Rian Lindell kicking a 21-yard field goal. In the third quarter, Jacksonville took the lead with RB Maurice Jones-Drew getting a 2-yard TD run and Scobee getting a 50-yard field goal. In the fourth quarter, the Jaguars increased their lead with Scobee nailing a 39-yard field goal. Fortunately, Buffalo rallied as QB Trent Edwards completed a 7-yard TD pass to rookie WR James Hardy, along with Lindell nailing a 45-yard field goal.

With yet another impressive win, the Bills improved to 2–0.

Week 3: vs. Oakland RaidersEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Raiders 6 3 7 7

23

Bills 0 7 0 17

24

at Ralph Wilson Stadium, Orchard Park, New York

Coming off their road win over the Jaguars, the Bills went home, donned their throwback uniforms, and played a Week 3 duel with the Oakland Raiders. In the first quarter, Buffalo trailed early as Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski got a 23-yard and a 35-yard field goal. In the second quarter, the Bills got on the board with RB Marshawn Lynch getting a 14-yard TD run. Oakland responded with Janikowski kicking a 32-yard field goal.

In the third quarter, the Raiders increased their lead with QB JaMarcus Russell getting a 1-yard TD run. In the fourth quarter, Buffalo began to rally as Lynch got a 3-yard TD run. Oakland immediately responded with Russell completing an 84-yard TD pass to WR Johnnie Lee Higgins. Afterwards, the Bills completed its rally with QB Trent Edwards completing a 14-yard TD pass to WR Roscoe Parrish. Then, Buffalo sealed the win with kicker Rian Lindell nailing the game-winning 38-yard field goal.

With the win, the Bills improved to 3–0 for the first time since 1992.

Also, during halftime, former Bills DE Bruce Smith (the NFL's All-Time Sack Leader) was added to the Bills Wall of Fame.

Week 4: at St. Louis RamsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Bills 6 0 7 18

31

Rams 7 7 0 0

14

at Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis, Missouri

Coming off their last-second home win over the Raiders, the Bills flew to the Edward Jones Dome for a Week 4 interconference duel with the winless St. Louis Rams. In the first quarter, Buffalo drew first blood as kicker Rian Lindell got a 45-yard field goal. The Rams would respond with WR Donnie Avery getting a 37-yard TD run. The Bills would answer with Lindell's 35-yard field goal. In the second quarter, St. Louis increased its lead with RB Steven Jackson getting a 29-yard TD run.

In the third quarter, Buffalo began to rally as RB Fred Jackson got a 22-yard TD run. In the fourth quarter, the Bills completed their comeback with CB Jabari Greer returning an interception 33 yards for a touchdown, QB Trent Edwards completing a 39-yard TD pass to WR Lee Evans, and Lindell nailing a 45-yard field goal.

With the win, Buffalo got its first 4–0 start since 1992.

Week 5: at Arizona CardinalsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Bills 0 14 3 0

17

Cardinals 7 17 7 10

41

at University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona

Coming off their road win over the Rams, the Bills flew to the University of Phoenix Stadium for a Week 5 interconference duel with the Arizona Cardinals. In the first quarter, Buffalo trailed early as Cardinals QB Kurt Warner completed a 2-yard TD pass to WR Larry Fitzgerald. In the second quarter, Arizona increased its lead as RB Tim Hightower got a 17-yard TD run. The Bills would respond as QB J.P. Losman completing an 87-yard TD pass to WR Lee Evans, yet the Cardinals replied with RB Edgerrin James getting a 1-yard TD run. Buffalo would answer right back with Losman getting a 1-yard TD run, yet Arizona closed out the half with kicker Neil Rackers getting a 47-yard field goal.

In the third quarter, the Bills tried to catch up as kicker Rian Lindell got a 48-yard field goal, but the Cardinals answered with Warner completing a 2-yard TD pass to Fitzgerald. In the fourth quarter, Arizona pulled away as Rackers nailed a 38-yard field goal, along with Hightower getting a 2-yard TD run,

With the loss, Buffalo went into their bye week at 4–1.

QB Trent Edwards (3/3 for 18 yards), who originally started, was knocked out the game on the Bills' third offensive play by Cardinals safety Adrian Wilson with a concussion.

Week 7: vs. San Diego ChargersEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Chargers 7 0 7 0

14

Bills 3 10 7 3

23

at Ralph Wilson Stadium, Orchard Park, New York

Coming off their bye week, the Bills played a Week 7 duel with the San Diego Chargers. In the first quarter, Buffalo drew first blood as kicker Rian Lindell got a 38-yard field goal. The Chargers responded with QB Philip Rivers completing a 14-yard TD pass to WR Malcom Floyd. In the second quarter, the Bills regained the lead with QB Trent Edwards (fully recovered from his concussion) completing a 2-yard TD pass to WR Lee Evans, along with Lindell getting a 27-yard field goal.

In the third quarter, San Diego regained the lead with Rivers completing a 12-yard TD pass to WR Vincent Jackson. Buffalo would answer with RB Marshawn Lynch getting a 9-yard TD run. In the fourth quarter, the Bills pulled away with Lindell nailing a 44-yard field goal.

With the win, not only did Buffalo improve to 5–1, they also got their first 3–0 home start since 1995.

A power outage at Ralph Wilson Stadium, caused by three helium balloons coming in contact with a transformer, led to portions of the game not being televised. For a short time during the first and second quarters, the game was played with no public address announcers, no scoreboard, and the time was kept by the officials on the field.

Week 8: at Miami DolphinsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Bills 3 6 7 0

16

Dolphins 7 0 10 8

25

at Dolphin Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida

Coming off their win over the Chargers, the Bills flew to Dolphin Stadium for a Week 8 AFC East duel with the Miami Dolphins. In the first quarter, Buffalo trailed early as Dolphins QB Chad Pennington completed a 2-yard TD pass to TE Anthony Fasano. The Bills would respond with kicker Rian Lindell getting a 19-yard field goal. In the second quarter, Buffalo took the lead as Lindell got a 43-yard and a 47-yard field goal.

In the third quarter, the Bills increased their lead as RB Marshawn Lynch got an 8-yard TD run. However, Miami began to respond as kicker Dan Carpenter got a 43-yard field goal, while RB Ricky Williams got a 3-yard TD run. In the fourth quarter, the Dolphins sealed Buffalo's fate as Carpenter made a 45-yard field goal, LB Joey Porter causing QB Trent Edwards to fumble the ball in his own endzone (leading to a safety), and Carpenter nailing a 35-yard field goal.

With the loss, the Bills fell to 5–2.

Week 9: vs. New York JetsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Jets 13 0 10 3

26

Bills 7 0 3 7

17

at Ralph Wilson Stadium, Orchard Park, New York

Hoping to rebound from their embarrassing divisional road loss to the Dolphins, the Bills went home for a Week 9 AFC East duel with the New York Jets. In the first quarter, Buffalo trailed early as Jets kicker Jay Feely got a 37-yard field goal. Buffalo would respond as QB Trent Edwards completed a 9-yard TD pass to rookie TE Derek Fine. However, New York responded as Feely got a 26-yard field goal, along with safety Abram Elam returning an interception 92 yards for a touchdown. After a scoreless second quarter, the Bills' deficit increased in the third quarter as Feely got a 20-yard field goal. Buffalo would respond with kicker Rian Lindell getting a 53-yard field goal, but the Jets replied with RB Thomas Jones getting a 7-yard TD run. In the fourth quarter, the Bills tried to rally as CB Jabari Greer returned an interception 31 yards for a touchdown. However, New York pulled away with Feely making a 31-yard field goal.

With the loss, Buffalo fell to 5–3.

Week 10: at New England PatriotsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Bills 0 3 0 7

10

Patriots 7 3 3 7

20

at Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts

Trying to snap their two-game losing streak, the Bills wrapped up their three-straight divisional games in Gillette Stadium with a Week 10 AFC East duel with the New England Patriots. In the first quarter, Buffalo trailed early as Patriots QB Matt Cassel got a 13-yard TD run. In the second quarter, New England increased their lead as kicker Stephen Gostkowski got a 32-yard field goal. The Bills would close out the half with kicker Rian Lindell getting a 25-yard field goal.

In the third quarter, the Patriots answered with Gostkowski nailing a 37-yard field goal. In the fourth quarter, New England pulled away with RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis getting a 1-yard TD run. Buffalo ended the game with QB Trent Edwards completing a 14-yard TD pass to rookie WR James Hardy.

With their third-straight loss, the Bills fell to 5–4.

Week 11: vs. Cleveland BrownsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Browns 6 7 3 13

29

Bills 0 10 3 14

27

at Ralph Wilson Stadium, Orchard Park, New York

Trying to snap a three-game losing streak, the Bills went home for a Week 11 MNF duel with the Cleveland Browns. In the first quarter, Buffalo struggled early as early interceptions from QB Trent Edwards helped Browns kicker Phil Dawson get a 40-yard and a 33-yard field goal. In the second quarter, Cleveland increased their lead as WR/KR Joshua Cribbs got a 2-yard TD run. The Bills would answer as Edwards completed an 18-yard TD pass to RB Marshawn Lynch, along with kicker Rian Lindell getting a 26-yard field goal.

In the third quarter, the Browns answered with Dawson getting a 43-yard field. Buffalo would reply with Lindell getting a 31-yard field goal. In the fourth quarter, Cleveland greatly answered as RB Jerome Harrison got a 72-yard TD run. Fortunately, the Bills immediately replied as rookie CB Leodis McKelvin returned a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown. The Browns would respond as Dawson got a 22-yard field goal. Buffalo would take the lead as Edwards got a 1-yard TD run. Cleveland regained the lead as Dawson nailed a 56-yard field goal. The Bills would try to rally, but in the haunting image of Super Bowl XXV, Lindell missed a 47-yard field goal wide right.

With their fourth-straight loss, Buffalo fell to 5–5.

Week 12: at Kansas City ChiefsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Bills 7 23 17 7

54

Chiefs 7 10 7 7

31

at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri

Hoping to snap a four-game losing streak, the Bills flew to Arrowhead Stadium for a Week 12 duel with the Kansas City Chiefs. In the first quarter, Buffalo trailed early as Chiefs QB Tyler Thigpen completed a 36-yard TD pass to RB Jamaal Charles. The Bills would respond with RB Marshawn Lynch getting a 1-yard TD run. In the second quarter, Buffalo took the lead as kicker Rian Lindell made a 21-yard field goal. Kansas City answered with Thigpen completing a 2-yard TD pass to TE Tony Gonzalez. Buffalo would regain the lead as Lindell got a 39-yard field goal, while rookie CB Leodis McKelvin returned an interception 64 yards for a touchdown. The Chiefs struck back with kicker Connor Barth getting a 45-yard field goal, yet the Bills continued their offensive explosion as Lindell got a 34-yard field goal, along with QB Trent Edwards getting a 15-yard TD run.

In the third quarter, Buffalo continued its poundings with Edwards getting a 5-yard TD run, while Lindell got himself a 38-yard field goal. Kansas City tried to rally as Thigpen completed a 45-yard TD pass to WR Mark Bradley, yet the Bills replied with Edwards completing an 8-yard TD pass to WR Josh Reed. In the fourth quarter, Buffalo pulled away as Edwards completed a 17-yard TD pass to TE Derek Schouman. The Chiefs tried to come back as QB Quinn Gray completed a 3-yard TD pass to WR Dwayne Bowe, yet the Bills' lead was too much for Kansas City to overcome.

With the win, Buffalo improved to 6–5.

This marked the first time the Bills scored 50+ points on an opponent since Sept. 1991 against the Pittsburgh Steelers (52–34).[1]

Week 13: vs. San Francisco 49ersEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
49ers 7 3 0 0

10

Bills 0 0 3 0

3

at Ralph Wilson Stadium, Orchard Park, New York

Coming off a road win over the Chiefs, the Bills went home for a Week 13 interconference duel against the San Francisco 49ers. In the first quarter, Buffalo trailed early as 49ers QB Shaun Hill completed a 12-yard TD pass to WR Isaac Bruce. In the second quarter, the Bills continued to trail as kicker Joe Nedney made a 50-yard field goal. In the third quarter, Buffalo tried to rally as kicker Rian Lindell nailed a 22-yard field goal, but the team struggled offensively for the rest of the game.

With the loss, the Bills fell to 6–6.

QB Trent Edwards (10/21 for 112 yards) didn't play the second half, due to a groin injury.

Week 14: vs. Miami DolphinsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Dolphins 7 6 0 3

16

Bills 3 0 0 0

3

at Rogers Centre, Toronto, Ontario

Hoping to rebound from their home loss to the 49ers, the Bills flew to the Rogers Centre for their first game of their Canadian International series, with an AFC East rematch against the Miami Dolphins. In the first quarter, Buffalo trailed early as Dolphins QB Chad Pennington completed a 20-yard TD pass to TE Anthony Fasano. The Bills would answer with kicker Rian Lindell. After that, Miami pulled away as kicker Dan Carpenter made three field goals (50, 35, and 27 yards).

With the loss, Buffalo fell to 6–7.

Week 15: at New York JetsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Bills 3 14 3 7

27

Jets 14 7 0 10

31

at The Meadowlands, East Rutherford, New Jersey

Hoping to snap a two-game losing streak, the Bills flew to The Meadowlands for a Week 15 AFC East rematch with the New York Jets. With Trent Edwards still recovering from a groin injury, J.P. Losman was given the start.

Early on in the first quarter, Buffalo trailed as Jets running back Thomas Jones got a 2-yard touchdown run. The Bills would respond with a 34-yard field goal from kicker Rian Lindell, but New York would answer with quarterback Brett Favre completing an 11-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery. In the second quarter, Buffalo took the lead as Losman got an 8-yard touchdown run and completed a 2-yard touchdown pass to rookie wide receiver Steve Johnson. However, the Jets got the halftime lead with a 47-yard touchdown run from running back Leon Washington.

In the third quarter, the Bills would keep pace as Lindell made a 48-yard field goal. In the fourth quarter, New York would respond with kicker Jay Feely nailing a 31-yard field goal. Buffalo would regain the lead as running back Fred Jackson powered his way for an 11-yard touchdown run. However, the Jets prevailed as safety Abram Elam forced a fumble, allowing DE Shaun Ellis to return the ball 11 yards for a touchdown.

With the loss, not only did the Bills fall to 6–8, but they were eliminated from the playoff race.

Week 16: at Denver BroncosEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Bills 0 10 6 14

30

Broncos 10 3 7 3

23

at Invesco Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado

Hoping to snap a three-game losing streak, the Bills flew to Invesco Field at Mile High for a Week 16 duel with the Denver Broncos. Buffalo would trail early in the first quarter as Broncoso quarterback Jay Cutler got a 2-yard touchdown run, followed by kicker Matt Prater getting a 23-yard field goal. Denver would increase its lead in the second quarter with Prater making a 30-yard field goal. The Bills would respond with a 37-yard field goal from kicker Rian Lindell, followed by running back Marshawn Lynch's 2-yard touchdown run.

In the third quarter, Buffalo took the lead with Lindell's 49-yard and 28-yard field goal, but the Broncos answered with Cutler's 6-yard touchdown run. The Bills would strike right back in the fourth quarter as quarterback Trent Edwards completed a 3-yard touchdown pass to rookie wide receiver Steve Johnson. Denver would tie the game with Prater nailing a 43-yard field goal. Fortunately, Buffalo rallied with running back Fred Jackson getting an 8-yard touchdown run, followed the defense surviving the Broncos' late-game drive.

With the win, the Bills improved to 7–8.

Week 17: vs. New England PatriotsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Patriots 3 0 7 3

13

Bills 0 0 0 0

0

at Ralph Wilson Stadium, Orchard Park, New York

Coming off their road win over the Broncos, the Bills closed out their season at home with a Week 17 AFC East rematch with the New England Patriots. Buffalo would trail early in the first quarter as Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski got a 33-yard field goal. After a scoreless second quarter, the Bills' deficit increased in the third quarter as running back LaMont Jordan got a 2-yard touchdown run. In the fourth quarter, New England would add onto their lead as Gotkowski nailed a 23-yard field goal. Try as they might, Buffalo was unable to get much momentum within the game.

With the loss, the Bills closed out their season at 7–9 for the third-straight season.

Notable roster additions Edit

Notable roster losses Edit

NFL DraftEdit

Going into the 2008 NFL Draft the teams biggest needs are at wide receiver, cornerback, and tight end. Specifically, the team's top three wide receivers were all under 5'11" in height, and a large wide receiver was a high priority for the team. The Bills had a large number of selections in the 2008 draft and addressed these needs by selecting Leodis McKelvin, considered by many to be the top cornerback in the draft, in round 1, and James Hardy, a 6'5" playmaking receiver also considered to be among the best in the class, in round 2. Tight end, however, was not addressed until Round 4, with the selection of Derek Fine. Depth picks filled out the rest of the draft order.

Draft ResultsEdit

ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper, Jr. gave the Buffalo Bills a C+ grade for their 2008 NFL Draft, praising the selections of McKelvin and Hardy but criticizing the selections of Corner and Fine as reaches in the 4th round.

References Edit

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