The guard play for the Buffalo Bills in 2013 was, in a word, dreadful.
Right guard Kraig Urbik regressed in a new blocking scheme, left guard Colin Brown was the worst offensive linemen in the league by many metrics before being replaced and then his replacement Doug Legursky wasn't much better.
So what will the Bills do in the off-season to address the position? Head coach Doug Marrone has already publicly stated that they think three younger players (J.J. 'Unga, Mark Asper and Antoine McClain) show signs of starting potential at guard. Might they also bring in another young player through the draft the help the position as well?
If they do, they'll have options later on in the draft.
Here are my initial rankings of offensive guards available in this year's class:
(Keep in mind that these are overall rankings, not who the Bills may be looking for and targeting.)