The Buffalo Bills may have found their franchise quarterback in Tyrod Taylor, but the team lacks a dependable backup quarterback. EJ Manuel went 0-2 for the Bills when Taylor went down with an injury and former first round pick is entering the final year of his rookie deal. Buffalo will most likely look for a backup to Taylor in the draft, but Mike Sando of ESPN believes there's another option: Robert Griffin III.
In an ESPN Insider article, Sando lists Buffalo as the top landing spot for RGIII. Sando said the following about the potential fit:
"Bringing in Griffin as insurance and/or to push Taylor for the starting job could make sense for the Bills. Backup EJ Manuel's career appears to have run its course in Buffalo. His expected departure would open a spot for Griffin to compete with Taylor, whose deal voids after the 2016 season. Griffin would fit better in coordinator Greg Roman's offense than he would in most other systems, making Buffalo one of the few natural scheme fits."
The last thing Buffalo needs is any sort of quarterback controversy, but RGIII would be seen an upgrade over Manuel and he'd certainly be a good fit for Roman's system.null