We knew going into the 2012 season that the Buffalo Bills were going to be exceedingly young and inexperienced at the cornerback position. As the year wore on and veterans were either demoted or placed on Injured Reserve (again), the group only got younger. By the time the season ended, the Bills had two 22-year-olds and two 24-year-olds handling their cornerback duties.

Things might not change much in 2013, either. The two projected starters (for now) will turn 23 this calendar year. The rest of the depth is young. The two players in danger of leaving the roster - Terrence McGee (32) and Leodis McKelvin (27) - are the only two players out of eight that are older than 25 at the moment. If additions are made to the position, they could very well end up making the group even younger.

That said, we can't claim that the team's best cornerback lacks experience. Beyond Stephon Gilmore, however, the team has more questions than answers.