The Buffalo Bills are getting into position to draft their quarterback of the future, as evidenced by making a trade with the Cincinnati Bengals, that sent Bills offensive tackle Cordy Glenn to the Bengals in a pick swap. The move makes a lot of sense for the Bengals, as their left tackles were destroyed in 2017, after they were unable to replace longtime left tackle Andrew Whitworth. The Bengals now get a 28-year-old tackle who can step in and start right away, and it only cost them a swap of first round picks, so it will not prevent them from improving via the draft. The Bengals will now pick 21st overall, while the Bills will pick 12th and 20th overall, but do not expect that to last. The Bills must find their quarterback of the future in the 2018 NFL Draft, so do not be surprised if they trade both of their first round picks (plus additional picks) to a team like the Giants at second overall or the Colts at third overall in order to go get their favorite quarterback in the draft. If the Giants elect to stick with Eli Manning and Davis Webb under center, the second overall pick could become available, and it’s already known the Colts are considering trading down from the third slot in order to obtain more picks to improve the roster around quarterback Andrew Luck. Stay tuned, Bills Mafia, because the Bills are making moves.