Buffalo Bills 2010’s All-Decade team
By Randy Gurzi
Offensive Tackle: Cordy Glenn, Dion Dawkins
Cordy Glenn was a second-round pick in 2012 out of Georgia — which is becoming a hotbed for offensive linemen. He was a starter right away and maintained that role until 2018 when he was traded to the Cincinnati Bengals.
Lining up as the other tackle is Dion Dawkins, their current left tackle. Dawkins was another second-round pick, added to the team in 2017. HIs addition allowed the team to move on from Glenn.
In addition to his work as a left tackle, Dawkins has two career catches for two touchdowns. It’s fun seeing the big guys get in on the scoring.
Guard: Richie Incognito, Andy Levitre
Richie Incognito is not a nice guy. He has made plenty of headlines for his antics. Having said that, he’s a heck of a football player and easily one of the best guards the Bills had during this decade.
Andy Levitre is also on the team and he proved to be very versatile. During his four seasons in Western New York, he had 64 starts, never missing a game, and played left guard, left tackle, and center.
Center: Eric Wood
A neck injury ended the career of Eric Wood way too early. Drafted in the first round out of Louisville in 2009, Wood played guard as a rookie before moving to center. He started 120 games and was a Pro Bowl selection in 2015.