Buffalo Bills News: Having faith in the offensive line

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The Buffalo Bills lost some offensive linemen this offseason but that doesn’t mean fans should be worried about the group in 2018.

The Buffalo Bills had an interesting offseason. There was no major crazy story, but plenty of notable things still happened.

One of the bigger storylines that may have been glossed over a bit was the fact the starting offensive line will have several new faces in 2018. So much focus is put on the skill positions, but the play of the offensive line will dictate the success of the entire offense.

Eric Wood‘s retirement started it all but Richie Incognito decided to one-up Wood with a retirement of his own. The latter was a bit more dramatic about the process.

Add in Cordy Glenn being traded to Cincinnati and the Bills will have a new look up front, and that includes who lines up under center. All this change may have some fans worried but the group in camp right now shouldn’t be causing any concern.

That was the focus of an article published on the site yesterday. We take a look at that and more in today’s edition of The Morning Charge.

Buffalo Bills News:

Why fans shouldn’t lose confidence in the offensive line (BuffaLowDown, Evan Przybylak)

This is the article mentioned above. The line may have some new faces but that doesn’t mean there will be a lack of talent.

Bills at No. 24 overall in NFL Spin Zone power rankings (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)

Ah, power rankings. Our favorite. The Bills remain low in just about every set of power rankings out there. Nothing but bulletin board material for a team that is fresh off a postseason appearance.

2018 Buffalo Bills scouting report: wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin (Buffalo Rumblings, Sean Murphy)

A closer look at the team’s number one receiver before the season begins. Benjamin has a lot to prove if he wants to get an extension in Buffalo. Or even a big contract anywhere in the NFL.

Fantasy- 32 Teams in 32 Days: The Buffalo Bills (Fantasy CPR, Matt Mikolas)

Finally today, a look at the Bills from a fantasy football point of view. LeSean McCoy is the only obvious choice to draft high, but there are some potential value draft picks on the roster.