2012 NFL Draft - Pick 10: Stephon Gilmore, CB, Buffalo Bills

by Nicholas Minnix on April 26, 2012 @ 18:18:34 PDT

 


The Buffalo Bills selected South Carolina cornerback Stephon Gilmore with the 10th overall pick of the 2012 NFL Draft.

Buffalo Bills CB Stephon Gilmore
Gilmore has game, doesn't fill need

Fantasy Analysis: Was this a logical pick for Buffalo? The Bills selected the defensive player who was perhaps the biggest riser among first-round possibilities, but they had needs that most expected them to address with this choice.

Gilmore is a fantastic talent. Many corners aren't big fantasy football assets, however, and that's especially true of rookies at the position. It's not a given that Gilmore will start 16 games, because if he struggles with any element of Buffalo's defense, the Bills have the depth to supplant him on occasion.

Gilmore should be a good player and a weapon to combat an offense like that of the New England Patriots for years, but it he may not be a fantasy commodity for a couple of years, if he becomes one.

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