Rookie Review: Buffalo Bills

Buffalo Bills: Team Needs Rookie Review On The Clock Insider Podcast

2010 NFL Draft Class–

(1-9) C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson: The selection of Spiller as a top-10 pick turned out be a   wasted one by a rebuilding Bills team lacking stability on the offensive line. The versatile   back wasn’t very productive and showed a propensity to bounce runs to the outside too   much. He did a fair job as a kick returner but his five fumbles were hard to stomach. Thus far, he looks more like a role player than a feature back. Grade: D+

(2-41) Torell Troup, NT, Central Florida: The 315-pound space eater showed progress   as his playing time increased. Troup is a rotational lineman who clogs up running lanes   with his girth and raw strength. Grade: B

(3-72) Alex Carrington, DE, Arkansas St.: Showed some strength to

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