Buffalo Bills: Predicting the 2021 All-AFC East offense
Right tackle: Michael Onwenu, New England Patriots
A 2020 sixth-round pick that burst onto the scene as a rookie last year serving as the team’s right tackle. The expectation is he’ll continue to grow and really help Patriots rushers get to the outside.
Left tackle: Dion Dawkins, Buffalo Bills
Serving as Josh Allen’s blindside protector, Dion Dawkins has drawn 48-straight starts and excels at both run and pass-blocking.
Right guard: Shaq Mason, New England Patriots
The combination of Shaq Mason and Onwenu on New England’s right side of the offensive line makes it one of the best in the league, especially in the run game. Pro Football Focus has graded him 80.0 or better in four of the past five seasons.
Left guard: Alijah Vera-Tucker, New York Jets
The first guard selected in the 2021 NFL Draft, Alijah Vera-Tucker was a force at the University of Southern California. He seems poised to make a seamless leap to the pros.
Center: Mitch Morse, Buffalo Bills
After dealing with injuries in the latter portion of his stint with the Kansas City Chiefs, Mitch Morse has started 30 of a possible 32 games for the Bills through two seasons. He’s been able to keep the center of the pocket clean for Allen.