Former Bills offensive lineman Ross Tucker is now a football analyst for NBC Sports Network. He spoke with 2-On-Your-Side's Adam Benigni and gave his take on the 2012 Bills.
Tucker says he thinks the Bills are good for nine or ten wins this coming season.
"They're going to be one of the hot teams they talk about this offseason. They're one of the darlings... one of the underdogs or, you know, the surprises heading into this offseason. You add these draft choices. You add Mario Williams. You add Mark Anderson. They should be right there. A nine or a ten win team. We'll see how it works out. We'll see how it works out with injuries, but they are much deeper than they were last year...
and that should serve them well."
He says he's very impressed with the free agent signings of defensive ends Mario Williams and Mark Anderson. He also says he was impressed with the work that GM Buddy Nix did during the draft, particularly the selection of Georgia tackle Cordy Glenn in the second round.
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Tucker appears regularly on NBC Sports Network as a football analyst.