Blame can be put on almost every player on the Bills offensive line. Dion Dawkins, Jon Feliciano, and Darryl Williams particularly all had a tough day against the difficult Steelers front seven. The group allowed 24 total pressures, giving up three sacks, and had five holding calls throughout the course of the game.
Sunday against Pittsburgh, Dawkins had one of the worst games of his career thus far. Consistently being tasked with blocking the two-time All-Pro, T.J. Watt. Dawkins was called for holding three separate times throughout the game and was beat multiple times by Melvin Ingram III. With Allen constantly having to worry about his blind-side on Sunday, it made for tough sledding for the entire offense.
Dion Dawkins spent four days in the hospital dealing with complications from COVID-19, and although coach McDermott insisted he was 100% back in football shape, some questions may raise whether the left tackle is still dealing with some lingering issues. Dawkins will see a healthy dose of Christian Wilkins and Emmanuel Ogbah come Sunday in Miami.