The Buffalo Bills took another step forward as a franchise in 2019 under Sean McDermott. After failing to make the playoffs in 2018, the Bills were able to make an appearance in the postseason this season.
Despite losing in the first round, it was a positive season for Josh Allen, as he made vast improvements in his second year in the NFL. One of the biggest reasons why he improved came from the Bills signing John Brown and Cole Beasley last offseason.
In their first season together, Brown and Beasley combined for 139 receptions, 1,838 yards, and 12 touchdowns. However, as great as those two were, Buffalo lacked a taller, physical option in the passing attack.
Fortunately for Buffalo, they could have a chance to address that in the first round of the upcoming draft. For months, Tee Higgins was someone that was projected to land with the Bills with the 22nd overall selection. However, with the NFL Combine behind us, Higgins’ stock has taken a slight dip. In light of that, here are three perfect options for the Bills with the No. 22 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.