Brian Galliford

Football Writer

Brian manages SB Nation's Buffalo Bills community, Buffalo Rumblings, and also contributes articles to and A native of Rochester, NY, Brian has had the unfortunate pleasure of being a Bills fan since his brain could first remember stuff.


SBN bloggers mock: Jackson to St. Louis

The Rams are still in the process of trying to revamp their offensive line, and could look to the guard position as early as Round 2 in the 2014 NFL Draft as a result.

SBN bloggers mock: Giants pick Robinson

Hakeem Nicks left for greener pastures in Indianapolis, so the New York Giants are looking for some playmakers to line up alongside Victor Cruz.

SBN bloggers mock: Mason to Tennessee

Can Dexter McCluster and Tre Mason help the Tennessee Titans replace Chris Johnson?

SBN bloggers mock: Van Noy to Vikings

New head coach Mike Zimmer is rebuilding the Minnesota Vikings' defense, and is looking for players who offer versatility.

SBN bloggers mock: Jaguars pick Martin

The Jaguars are looking for an upgrade at center, and could use an early-round pick in 2014 to address the position.

SBN bloggers mock: Seferian-Jenkins to Tampa

Should the skill talent-starved Buccaneers consider adding targets in the passing game in each of the first two rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft?

SBN bloggers mock: Falcons pick Moses

Could Morgan Moses be the answer to the Falcons' questions at the left tackle position?

SBN bloggers mock: Jernigan to Oakland

The Raiders don't have a crying need at defensive tackle, but would Timmy Jernigan be too good to pass up in Round 2?

SBN bloggers mock: Browns pick Matthews

Is it possible that the Cleveland Browns could pass on a quarterback with all three of their picks in the first two rounds?

SBN bloggers mock: Redskins pick Kouandjio

In a deep tackle class, the Washington Redskins may be able to find a good bookend for Trent Williams -- even without a first-round pick.

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