The Bills was the # 10 pick in the 2017 draft, but they chose to trade it with the Chiefs versus the # 27 pick, the third round pick, and the 2018 pick for the first round.
Patrick Mahomes The tenth pick and trading away from a pick turned into a player who won a MVP and Super Bowl MVP is often seen as a bad moment for the NFL team. However, Bills’ role in that deal didn’t lead to much disdain, and what they did with the shots has something to do with that.
They took the back corner Tre’Davious White With the 27th overall selection in 2017 and full back Tremin Edmonds With the 2018 first round while landing also in left-over Dion Dawkins Yet other deals include choosing the third round they got in the deal. Midfielder Josh Allen was not picked up by choice from that deal, but coach Sean McDermott still reminds him as he said things worked out for both sides.
“They got a good player in Patrick, and I think we also managed to deal with Josh, Tremaine and Tridefos – whatever you look like, in terms of Snapshots that become choicesMcDermott said, via Marcel Lewis-Jacques of ESPN.com. “I think both teams did very well.”
Knowing how things will turn out for Mahomes in NFL, Bills might do something different while taking advantage of a time machine, but winning Sunday will make that decision even more difficult.