Evans gives the Bills a solid downfield threat to go along with perennial pro bowler Eric Moulds and third year pass catcher Josh Reed. Evans ability to stretch the field should put Moulds in single man coverage while allowing Reed to continue to develop.
Losman is a big armed quarterback that has all of the required physical skills but needs time to develop, something he will be afforded with Drew Bledsoe still on the roster.
Defensive tackle Tim Anderson provides good value in the third round and he has the ability to contribute early in a platoon situation up front.
Tight end Tim Euhus excelled in the passing game in college and though not known as dominant blocker, has potential to improve in that area.
Dylan McFarland, the little known tackle from Montana, offers the Bills another developmental prospect along the offensive line. Jonathan Smith provides the offense depth at receiver.
The Bills managed to fill many of their primary needs though they did so in a manner unexpected by most people. They focused on offense but also managed to add a young defensive tackle to their highly rated defense from last year. This draft was clearly a product of the Bills new head coach, Mike Mularky, who comes from an offensive background.