— The Buffalo Bills and M&T Bank’s “Predict the Picks” contest,a 2014 NFL Draft contest that will reward one fan with an exclusive meet and greet with the Bills first pick is currently ongoing.
Fans can enter the contest at buffalobills.com/predictthepicks, where they will be asked a series of 10 multiple choice questions specific to the Bills 2014 NFL Draft moves. The contest runs through May 7, with the NFL Draft beginning the next day. The Bills own the 9th overall pick in this year’s Draft.
Fans who correctly answer 80 percent or more of the questions will be entered to win the contest’s grand prize, a meet and greet with the Buffalo Bills’ first pick of the 2014 NFL Draft. In addition, 50 fans who answer at least half of the questions correctly will receive an official 2014 Bills Draft cap by New Era.
PHOTO OF THE DAY
NFL.com’s Marc Sessler compiled his list of players poised to bounce back big in 2014 and named C.J. Spiller as one of his strong bets. Click here to check it out.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
Fred Jackson, Buffalo Bills Running Back on Sirius XM NFL Radio
On adjusting to being an older running back:
“Coach Wheatley is a guy that I learned from. He was known for his speed. He said when he lost a step, he transitioned his game and added weight to be able to take on blockers and tacklers when he couldn’t outrun them. You definitely transition into different areas and facets of your game to be able to play. I added a little bit of weight. I never was the fastest guy, but when you do lose a step so to speak, you have to be able to take advantage of other parts of the game. I’ve always prided myself on being a physical running back, and I have to be now more than ever.
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