With Tannehill surprising slipping past Miami, might the Bills take Tannehill and develop him as the heir apparent to Ryan Fitzpatrick? Well, it was only 6 months ago that they just gave Fitz a seven-year, $62.195 million contract, containing $24 million guaranteed, including a $10 million signing bonus, so no. Besides, Ralph Wilson and Chan Gailey are old...they might not have the patience to live long enough to see Tannehill develop from a college WR (he caught 112 passes for 1596 yards and 10 TD at Texas A&M before being switched to QB) into a bona fide NFL starter at QB.
Could they go for a BPA pick, putting a tackling machine like Luke Kuechly behind a potentially dominant DL consisting of Mario Williams, Marcel Dareus, Kyle Williams, and Mark Anderson/Chris Kelsay/Shawne Merriman? That would sure be tempting, but they need to fill a need at tackle first. They improved their interior OL in recent drafts, but have watched OT's like Jason Peters, Demetress Bell, and of course, the awesome Jonathan Scott leave for greener pastures in Pennsylvania instead. They need a big ol' tackle like Iowa's Riley Reiff.