Buffalo Bills: Ranking the defensive lines of the AFC East

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MIAMI, FLORIDA – NOVEMBER 17: Ed Oliver #91 of the Buffalo Bills reacts against the Miami Dolphins during the second quarter at Hard Rock Stadium on November 17, 2019 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

Find out where the Buffalo Bills defensive line ranks among the other teams in the AFC East.

During the 2019 season, two of the better defensive lines in the AFC East belonged to the New England Patriots and the Buffalo Bills. During the offseason, both teams had their fair share of additions and losses but make no mistake, these two groups are very strong up front. They will continue to apply pressure on the quarterback and rack up the sacks much to the delight of defensive coordinators Leslie Frazier and whomever will be calling the defensive plays for the Patriots moving forward.

The two other defensive lines in the division belong to the New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins were last in the league when it came to sacks produced, finishing with a league low 23. Much was done in the offseason in an attempt to change that number. The Jets on the other hand sat at 23rd overall with 35 sacks produced. Again, moves were made, but was it enough to put pressure on the rest of the division?

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