Buffalo Bills: Predicting the best starting offensive line for rest of season

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MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA – SEPTEMBER 20: Josh Allen #17 of the Buffalo Bills looks on under center against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium on September 20, 2020 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

This is the best starting offensive line for the Buffalo Bills the rest of the season.

Last season, the Buffalo Bills had the same starting five for their offensive line every game. This was a big reason for the success of the group and the quick turnaround from the previous season.

This season though has been a completely different story and it has felt like they have had a different starting lineup for every game. There is no question that the depth has been tested this year but coming out of the bye week, the group appears to finally be getting healthy.

While this is good news, it does create some challenges for the coaching staff as they will now need to figure out the best starting five. This could mean even for some players, like Mitch Morse who appeared to be a lock to return to his starting role once he recovered from his concussion, that he may need to earn that job back.

On Monday, head coach Sean McDermott was non-committal to Morse being the starting center.

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In addition to Morse, the Bills are also expected to get Cody Ford back soon, if not this week against the Los Angeles Chargers. Assuming everyone is healthy, the question now is what is the best starting offensive line? This is what I believe the starting offensive line should look like for the remainder of the season.

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