Buffalo Bills: 5 offseason moves to limit Josh Allen’s turnovers

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Buffalo Bills, Andrew Vorhees
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Buffalo Bills moves to help Josh Allen limit turnovers: Draft USC G Andrew Vorhees at no. 59

The Bills will undoubtedly have to replace starting guard Rodger Saffold this offseason. Allowing him to walk in free agency is a must. The aging guard had a horrendous 2022 season and replacing him must be one of the top priorities for the Bills this offseason.

One way they could opt to do that is by drafting USC guard Andrew Vorhees in the second round, or maybe the third if he were to fall. At the moment, he’s mostly projected to be a Day 2 pick.

Vorhees is a stout, strong, prototypical offensive lineman. He stands a towering 6-foot-6, weighing in around 320 pounds and packs a punch. For a team like Buffalo that wants to stay committed to the run, Vorhees fits perfectly. He plays with a nasty edge to him in the run game; an edge you love to see from your interior linemen.

Although he excels in the run game, Vorhees is no slouch in pass protection either. His strong base and wide frame allow him to not just absorb opposing defensive linemen, but shift the momentum back at them and send them forward, stopping them in their tracks.

The offensive line needs work, and Vorhees would be a fantastic selection to help Allen.