Rich Eisen saw James Cook enough against his Michigan Wolverines in the Orange Bowl to know the Georgia running back is a dangerous threat out of the backfield.

So that’s a big reason why Eisen sees Cook as the ‘sneakiest good draft choice’ of the 2022 NFL Draft.

“When he was drafted by this team, I thought, ‘Oh my God,'” Eisen said. “James Cook in the Buffalo Bills offense, I don’t know if that’s fair. I don’t know if this is fair. … How many times was I talking about the Bills needing a back, I don’t know if he’s got the bell cow like his brother, but he can run, man. And he can be a passing matchup nightmare. So you’re looking at Stefon Diggs, you’re looking at Gabriel Davis, you’re looking at Dawson Knox, and you’re wondering if the quarterback’s going to come down hill and hit you himself. And James Cook is coming out of the backfield. That kid from Georgia, who was unguardable by my Michigan Wolverines? That kid is now a Buffalo Bill. That’s what the Bills are adding as a wrinkle. And they got him in the second round.”

Cook will now join Devin Singletary and Zack Moss in the Bills backfield as the Super Bowl contenders look to go deep in the playoffs once again.