Offensive Line (9)
Starter: Dion Dawkins (LT), Jon Feliciano (LG), Mitch Morse (C), Cody Ford (RG), Darryl Williams (RT)
Backups: Spencer Brown (T), Ike Boettger (G), Ryan Bates (C), Tommy Doyle (T)
Cut: Jamil Douglas, Jack Anderson, Jordan Devey, Bobby Hart
The offensive line sees some change from last week as Jamil Douglas is dropped to cut. To include some players elsewhere (WR, DE, RB) Buffalo sticks with nine linemen. All the starters are nearly set in stone. The right guard position is still up for grabs but Cody Ford is playing better than Ike Boettger even though neither has been amazing.
Boettger will likely make the team because of familiarity with the offense and Spencer Brown and Tommy Doyle are draft picks who will be backups after the return from their short-term injuries. Spencer Brown has looked better each day and the game instilling more confidence he can be Buffalo’s swing tackle.
Ryan Bates has a slight edge over Jamil Douglas because of his positional versatility across the line and Tommy Doyle likely will be inactive on gamedays but is a massive tackle whom Brandon Beane spent a 5th round pick on.
Buffalo may decide to keep an extra lineman but it will likely be Jamil Douglas or a different player as Jack Anderson is more of a practice squad project and Jordan Devey and Bobby Hart have shown that this should be their last training camp in the NFL.
The Buffalo Bills will likely be in the market for some sort of veteran line help as the offensive line is arguably the weakest group on this team. Outside of the two starting tackle positions and center, Buffalo could improve both with starters and backups. For now, this group is limited to players in camp but I would not be shocked if there were a couple of names not a part of this article who grace the roster here this season.