PLUG AND PLAY
LB Tremaine Edmunds: The second of the Bills' two first-rounders comes to a team that needs two starting linebackers. Edmunds will certainly fill one of them, either at middle linebacker or outside on the weak side. He has tremendous speed, and he's also a sure tackler who made 226 during his college career. An outstanding player, at a huge position of need.
DT Harrison Phillips: This is head coach Sean McDermott's kind of a player, someone who never stops working and hustling and competing. With former third-round pick Adolphus Washington playing unimpressively for two years, Phillips could become the prime backup at both tackle spots behind Kyle Williams and Star Lotulelei.
WHAT THE HELL?
S Siran Neal: The Bills had far more pressing needs at wide receiver in the fifth round, but they opted to add some depth at safety behind Jordan Poyer and Micah Hyde. This may have been a bit of a reach without addressing a key area of need.