Offensive Line: Dion Dawkins, Cody Ford, Ty Nsekhe, Daryl Williams, Mitch Morse, Quinton Spain, Jon Feliciano, Evan Boehm, Spencer Long
Cuts: Victor Salako, Ike Boettger, Ryan Bates
The offensive line is another super deep position group for the Bills, as they have nine offensive linemen who could start. The left side of the Bills line is very strong in Dawkins and Spain, Morse is a solid veteran at center, but the right side is where the Bills could explore a few options. I expect the starting five to be Dawkins, Spain, Morse, Feliciano, and Ford.
If any of these linemen struggle to start the year, the Bills have many other options to replace them. Another possible five could be Dawkins, Spain, Morse, Ford, and Williams. This would allow Ford to be pushed into right guard, where many believe he would be the most dominant.
The Bills depth at offensive linemen is a good problem to have. If any of the starters get injured or begin to struggle, the Bills have many options that they could slide right in.
The Bills could also look to possibly trade one or two of these linemen. If another team loses a starting guard or tackle, Buffalo is a prime team to call and see whom they’d be willing to give up. Don’t be surprised if Buffalo flips a couple of these linemen for draft picks some time during the season.