Prediction on the Bills' 53 Man Roster

With cuts just a day away, here is how I think the depth chart will wind up on the Bills’ 53 man roster after tomorrow.


QB 1)Trent Edwards  2)Ryan Fitzpatrick  3)Levi Brown

FB Corey McIntyre

RB 1)Fred Jackson  2)C.J. Spiller 3)Marshawn Lynch

WR1 1)Lee Evans 2)Chad Jackson  3)David Nelson

LT 1)Demetrius Bell  2)Jamon Meredith  3)Ed Wang

LG Andy Levitre

C Geoff Hangartner

RG 1)Eric Wood  2)Cordaro Howard

RT 1)Cornell Green  2)Kirk Chambers

TE 1)Jonathan Stupar  2)Shawn Nelson  3)Derek Schouman  4)J.P. Foschi

WR2 1)Steve Johnson  2)Roscoe Parrish  3)James Hardy


LDE 1)Marcus Stroud  2)Alex Carrington

NT 1)Kyle Williams  2)Torell Troup

RDE 1)Dwan Edwards  2)Spencer Johnson

OLB 1)Chris Kelsay  2)Chris Ellis

LB 1)Andra Davis  2)Kawika Mitchell

LB 1)Paul Posluszny  2)Arthur Moats

OLB 1)Reggie Torbor  2)Aaron Maybin 3) Antonio Coleman

LCB 1)Terrence McGee  2)Reggie Corner  3)Ashton Youboty

RCB 1)Drayton Florence  2)Leodis McKelvin

FS 1)Jairus Byrd  2)George Wilson

SS 1)Donte Whitner  2)Bryan Scott


K Rian Lindell
P Brian Moorman
LS Garrison Sanborn


-With Fred Jackson mostly healthy, I could see the Bills only keeping three running backs, maybe trying to get Joique Bell on the practice squad.

-Schouman’s injury and Nelson’s suspension put the Bills in a tough spot, and they will probably be forced to keep Foschi at TE for the first four games of the year.

-I think they’ll probably keep Kirk Chambers as he can play both guard and tackle. I think Eric Wood might be the backup C should anything happen to Hangartner.

-The Bills have some tough decisions to make at LB, but I think they keep Antonio Coleman as an OLB as he shows promise and can contribute on kick coverage. Donovan Woods is probably better player right now than Arthur Moats, but Woods will have difficulty making the squad thanks to the TE situation.

-I think Youboty wins out for the 5th corner spot.

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