Buffalo Bills: 4 position groups set up for long term success
Another position that is pretty sweet set for the next few seasons is at offensive tackle. The Buffalo Bills this offseason ensured they would keep their left tackle, Dion Dawkins, with a four-year extension. Dawkins was a second round pick in 2017 and was the only starter to remain during the Bills offensive line overhaul last offseason.
On the other side is currently Cody Ford, who was also a second round pick but in the 2019 NFL Draft. As for Ford, there are some questions about whether he is the long term answer at the position but all signs point to him playing there at least this year.
If the Bills decide to move Ford, the team has some intriguing options like Daryl Williams, although he is on a one-year deal, as well as Ryan Bates, who is under contract for the next two seasons. They also signed Trey Adams as an undrafted free agent this offseason, who at one time was a top prospect at tackle but had a number of injuries in college that dropped his stock.
The offensive tackle is one that is set up for long term success with Dawkins locked in on the left side and enough high potential pieces to fill the need on the right side.