6 takeaways from the Buffalo Bills first depth chart for 2022

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The Buffalo Bills are set for their first preseason game of the year on Saturday when they play the Indianapolis Colts. With the first preseason game of the year, comes the first depth chart courtesy of Dan Fetes with 13WHAM.

For the most part, there aren’t many surprises as the team has given some indication of what the depth chart looks like based on where players have been practicing, whether with starters or one of the teams behind the starters.

This depth chart will likely change plenty between now and the regular season but these are a few notable takeaways from the first depth chart.

Takeaways from the first depth chart of 2022 for the Buffalo Bills

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David Quessenberry listed as the starting right tackle

The Buffalo Bills have been forced to shuffle their offensive line almost the entire training camp due to injuries. However, the team does seem to be getting closer to the expected starting five with the return of Rodger Saffold, who came off the NFI list on Sunday, and Ryan Bates.

The biggest surprise was that David Quessenberry was listed as the starting right tackle and ahead of Spencer Brown. The former third round pick has been limited for most of the training camp but has started to rotate in with starters on team drills.

The coaching staff will likely take it slow with Spencer Brown and if he isn’t able to ready to go by the start of the season, then Quessenberry would seemingly be the player to start.