T.J. Graham played on 68.6 percent of the snaps in 2012, second-most among Bills' wideouts behind Stevie Johnson.
Despite the substantial playing time, Graham managed just 31 catches for 322 yards and one touchdown. He often looked like a fish out of water as a straight-line speedster in an offense that was incapable of aggressively pushing the ball downfield. Graham could certainly benefit from the expected quarterback change in 2013, but he'll also be battling some new faces for snaps. The Bills are widely expected to add talent to their receiving corps.