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Report: The Buffalo Bills may be targeting Connor Cook in Round 2

Connor Cook could be a long-term option for Buffalo if Tyrod Taylor isn't the answer.

There are no shortage of defensive playmakers still on the board as we enter day two of the NFL draft. Buffalo could target some of the talented defensive linemen, an inside linebacker, or even a safety or cornerback at pick 49, but Jason La Canfora believes the Buffalo Bills could target quarterback Connor Cook.


Cook was a full-time three-year starter at Michigan State. During his career with the Spartans, 43 total games, Cook completed 57.5 percent of his passes (673-of-1,170) for 9,194 yards, 71 touchdowns, and 22 interceptions. In 2015, Cook passed for 3,131 yards, 24 touchdowns, and seven interceptions.

Cook has good size (6'4") and plenty of experience in a pro-style offense. He also has good arm strength.

The quarterback's biggest concern is his accuracy. He's never completed more than 58.7 percent of his passes in a season. 


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