Starting LT: Dion Dawkins
The left tackle position is perhaps the most stable position on the entire Buffalo Bills offensive line. That is thanks to Dion Dawkins, who has been excellent for the Bills ever since he was drafted 63rd overall in the 2017 NFL Draft by Buffalo. Dawkins has played in every game for the Bills since 2017, starting the last 56 games he has played in. Dawkins has been a rock-solid contributor on Buffalo’s offensive line, and that will not be changing any time soon.
Starting LG: Cody Ford
Cody Ford was selected 38th overall by the Bills in the 2019 NFL Draft, and was asked to make the transition from tackle to guard. Ford had his growing pains in the transition, but he played at a decent level when the transition was being made in 2019.
Early in the 2020 season, Ford was finally starting to look comfortable at the left guard spot; and then he got hurt. Ford tore his meniscus midway through the 2020 season, playing just seven games.
Ford will be back for the Bills in 2021, and he will likely be the starting left guard entering camp, considering the 38th overall selection that the Bills used to draft him in 2019. However, Ford will likely have to fight off the likes of Ike Boettger and Forrest Lamp to keep it.
Starting C: Mitch Morse
Mitch Morse is now entering his third season with the Bills. Morse has played in and started 30 of a possible 32 games for the Bills since signing with them in 2019, making him yet another stable and fundamental piece of the Buffalo offensive line. Morse is a good center who has been reliable for the Bills during his time with the team, he has the starting center position locked down.
Starting RG: Jon Feliciano
Jon Feliciano is the embodiment of what Sean McDermott and Brandon Beane look for in a Buffalo Bills offensive lineman; versatility. Feliciano can play both guard positions in addition to being able to play center. Feliciano has been consistently solid for the Bills since they signed him in 2019; he provides a semblance of stability amongst the interior offensive line.
Despite missing seven games in 2020, Feliciano will very likely be the starting right guard for the Bills in 2021, and considering his versatility, it is hard to see him not starting all 17 games.
Starting RT: Daryl Williams
Daryl Williams signed with the Bills in free agency last offseason. Williams was coming off of a season in Carolina where he had struggled as he moved from tackle to guard. When Williams got to Buffalo, the Bills needed a right tackle and decided to give Williams a chance to prove he could still be an effective tackle.
Williams capitalized on the opportunity, starting all 16 games for the Bills at right tackle in 2020, and proving to be a good one at that. In the offseason, the Bills brought Williams back on a three-year, $24M contract to man the right tackle position for the next three years.