Buffalo Bills: Way-too-early offensive line projections for 2022

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What could the Buffalo Bills offensive line look like next season?

The Buffalo Bills entered this season with all five starters returning from the previous year after agreeing to new contracts with free agents Jon Feliciano and Daryl Williams.

These two players returning, along with Cody Ford coming back from a season-ending knee injury, and draft picks Spencer Brown and Tommy Doyle created plenty of optimism that they could build off the 2020 season.

Unfortunately, this season has not gone as planned as Daryl Williams struggled at right tackle and was moved inside to guard, Cody Ford began the year as a starter but was benched. They have also dealt with extended absences from Jon Feliciano and Spencer Brown that have tested the depth of this group.

This offseason, general manager Brandon Beane and the front office is going to need to take a close look at the player under contract and where they realistically can improve. While it is a very early look, this is what the offensive line potentially could look like to start next season.