The Buffalo Bills feel they need a franchise quarterback if they are going to be good for a long time to come.
Already, many options are developing for the Bills.
The Bills first option is Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb. With quarterback Michael Vick being the Eagles franchise quarterback, Kolb has become expendable and it is being reported that the Eagles will listen to trade offers.
Secondly, there is the draft as the Bills have some interesting options available in Auburn quarterback Cam Newton and Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert. Even though both are currently thought of not to be worthy of the third overall pick the fact of the matter is that can easily change with solid Combine and Pro Day work outs.
Finally, there is the Bills own quarterbacks in Ryan Fitzpatrick and Brian Brohm. For all we know Bills general manager Buddy Nix and head coach Chan Gailey could be lying to throw other teams off the guy they really want.
However, that is unlikely as they are straight shooters and even revealed last year before the National Football League Draft that they wanted another running back and they did just that in drafting running back CJ Spiller with their first overall pick.
In the end, come April you can expect the Bills to take a quarterback with the third overall pick.