Before I provide you with all the "experts" grades of the Bills 2012 draft I'll give you mine since you all asked.
The cons: no quarterback, traded a 7th rounder to move up two spots for someone no one else was targeting, took a cornerback yet again in the first round and drafted a freakin' kicker.
The pros: got good value with a OT in the second round some projected to be in the first round, didn't draft Weeden, drafted 6 players from the south, drafted someone named Tank, largely avoided "non D-1" players and didn't draft a running back.
SI - B+
Buffalo Bills: For the first five rounds, the Bills turned in a relatively strong draft, with the lone head-scratcher being WR T.J. Graham (69). Staying put and nabbing CB Stephon Gilmore at No. 10 could pay off big time, as could jumping on G/T Cordy Glenn at 41. Grade: B-plus
Aol - C
Gilmore and Glenn are good picks; there just was nothing overwhelming about their draft as a whole.