8. LeSean McCoy
Of all the running backs switching teams, LeSean McCoy is the one we are staying away from. Between Chip Kelly’s unique offense and a solid offensive line, McCoy is leaving a good situation that allowed him to gain plenty of yards even before he had to avoid any defenders. Now McCoy goes to a Buffalo team with one of the worst offensive lines in football and a poor passing game allowing teams to focus on shutting down the run game. With Rex Ryan as the coach, Buffalo should run a ton and McCoy has the talent to make plays out of nothing, but it is easy to see good defenses taking McCoy out of the game, making his first round draft status an overreach.