Robert Woods After finishing the 2012 season with a 6-10 record and 2-4 in the AFC East tied with the dramatic New York Jets, the Bills' ownership made sure they will never be on that end of Broadway again.

Here is the rookie class owner Ralph Wilson and the Bills' front office put together to go with their rookie head coach.

Buffalo Bills 2013 Rookie Class

Draft Picks

1st Round: EJ Manuel, Quarterback

2nd Round: Robert Woods, Wide Receiver

2nd Round: Kiko Alonso, Linebacker

3rd Round: Marquise Goodwin, Wide Receiver

4th Round: Duke Williams, Defensive Back

5th Round: Jonathan Meeks, Defensive Back

6th Round: Dustin Hopkins, Kicker

7th Round: Chris Gragg, Tight End

 

Undrafted Rookie Free Agents

Zach Chibane, Guard

Izaan Cross, Defensive End

Jordan Dangerfield, Safety

Kip Edwards, Cornerback

Kendall Gaskins, Fullback

Brandon Kaufman, Wide Receiver

Vernon Kearney, Cornerback

Kevin Norrell, Wide Receiver

Keith Pough, Linebacker

Nickell Robey, Cornerback

Da'Rick Rogers, Wide Receiver

Jumal Rolle, Cornerback

Drew Smith, Running Back

Aaron Tipoti, Defensive Tackle

Jeff Tuel, Quarterback

Ryan Turnley, Center

If you really look at the draft the Bills had in 2013, every player falls into place. Manuel was the only quarterback taken in the first round and fits perfect in the Bills' offense with all the weapons the team is already loaded with.

Watching Manuel play his NFL career could possibly be as exciting as watching the late great Steve “Air” McNair; after all they do have the same build and playing style.

The additions of receivers Robert Woods, Marquise Goodwin, and tight end Chis Gragg should also take some of the extreme coverages of Steve Johnson and boost up the Bills' 25th ranked pass attack from a season ago.

While the Bills were able to snag top offensive prospects in the draft, new head coach Doug Marrone also grabbed linebacker Kiko Alonso in the 2nd round plus has added some above average rookie defensive players to his roster through free agency.

With the team ranking 31st in the league against the rush, defensive tackle Aaron Tipoti and defensive end Zach Chibane could see a considerable amount of playing time this season. Jumal Rolle also has one of those names at cornerback that seems like a good fit.