By Tim Graham
In the three years Buddy Nix was general manager, the Buffalo Bills significantly enhanced their depth at almost every position.
The club didn't scrimp on backups as much. Gone were a bunch of special-teamers who couldn't play a regular position.
The results, though, didn't reflect the added talent.
Under new guidance, the Bills have decided to start over while trying to focus on young talent that could turn into something later. They've gotten rid of veteran starters and are willing to take a chance on inexperienced players hopefully on the make.
Look up and down the roster, and you will see a lot of positions that are dependant on emerging youth.
In Tuesday's video report from One Bills Drive, we glimpsed how capricious the team is at wide receiver behind Stevie Johnson. In this morning's paper, Mark Gaughan wrote about Buffalo's youth at cornerback.
With that in mind, I want to ask who you think the most indispensible Bills player is for 2013.
Which player's absence would provide the most trouble for the team's success?
If you click the "Other" option, please take a moment and jot the name of the player you'd vote for in the comments section below.
taggedBuddy Nix | C.J. Spiller | Cordy Glenn | EJ Manuel | Eric Wood | Jairus Byrd | Kevin Kolb | Kyle Williams | Mario Williams | Scott Chandler | Stephon Gilmore | Stevie Johnson