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Pro Football Focus names the Buffalo Bills' best and worst value picks from the 2016 NFL draft

The best and worst value picks were teammates in college and now in the pros.

Pro Football Focus looked at the best and worst value picks for each NFL team. The best and worst value picks of the Buffalo Bills are not only teammates now, but they were also teammates back at Ohio State. According to PFF, Buffalo's best value pick was Adolphus Washington, while their worst value pick was Cardale Jones

Here's a look at PFF's analysis:

Best: Adolphus Washington, DT, Ohio State (Rd. 3, No. 80)

Washington won’t check a lot of athletic boxes, but he was quietly the seventh highest graded interior defender in college football last year, and particularly disruptive as a pass-rusher. The Bills need help in that area. First-round DE Shaq Lawson and second-round LB Reggie Ragland also represented good value picks.

Worst: Cardale Jones, QB, Ohio State (Rd. 4, No. 139)

He may have never lost a game he started in college, but there was still a reason why Jones got benched last year at Ohio State. Even in his mythical run to the National Championship the year prior, Jones only had a +0.7 passing grade.


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