The Buffalo Bills had one of the best offenses in the NFL last season but that hasn’t stopped the front office from trying to improve this side of the ball. In fact, they have added free agents to every position on offense this offseason except for one.
Even with the moves in free agency, the offense will likely get even more new players during the 2023 NFL Draft. The depth charts below will almost certainly change because of this but the predictions now could be an indication of what positions are a priority for the front office entering the NFL Draft.
Predicting the depth chart for the Buffalo Bills offense before the 2023 NFL Draft
Starter: Josh Allen
Backup: Kyle Allen, Matt Barkley
The quarterback position is one of the most set positions on the Buffalo Bills roster and is unlikely to really change much through the remainder of the offseason.
The Bills still have Josh Allen as their starting quarterback but have made a switch at backup by signing Kyle Allen after losing Case Keenum in free agency after he signed with the Houston Texans.
The third quarterback will be Matt Barkley who will likely be inactive most weeks or even be moved to the practice squad at the start of the season. This has been the formula for the Bills for a few seasons now and there is no reason to think it changes much for this year.