2018 NFL Draft: Josh Allen with the Bills plus nine more perfect prospect-team fits – CBSSports.com

Sometimes an NFL team and a draft pick just make sense together.

They fit. They work. They seem like the perfect marriage.

As we ready for the 2018 NFL Draft next week, here’s a look at some of the players I think would be perfect fits for some NFL teams.

Some might actually end up with those teams – which would make their careers interesting from my standpoint. 

Then again, maybe there won’t be any matches come the draft. If not, that’s too bad because I think the 10 matches below make perfect sense. 

Wyoming QB Josh Allen to the Bills

Buffalo’s last big-time quarterback was Jim Kelly, who had the arm to rip it through the weather in upstate New York. Allen would be able to do that as well. When Bills general manger Brandon Beane and coach Sean McDermott were with the Carolina Panthers, they had a strong-armed passer in Cam Newton. Allen would be the ideal choice for the Bills with his power and strength. 

NC State DE Bradley Chubb to the Colts

The Colts were last in the league in sacks last season and are in need of a dominant edge rusher. Chubb can play with his hand in the ground or standing up, which makes him an attractive option for the Colts. He would be an immediate upgrade over anything they have on the roster right now. 

UCLA OT Kolton Miller to the Patriots

The Patriots lost left tackle Nate Solder and backup Cam Fleming in free agency. They do have Marcus Cannon and LaAdrian Waddle coming back, but neither is a left tackle. Antonio Garcia is a possibility if he is healthy, but Miller would be a great fit. He has the look of Patriots lineman with his style of

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