Buffalo Bills: Predicting the offensive depth chart before the 2023 NFL Draft

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Offensive Line

Starters: Dion Dawkins (LT), Connor McGovern (LG), Mitch Morse (C), Ryan Bates (RG), Spencer Brown (RT)

Bench: Tommy Doyle, David Quessenberry, Ike Boettger, David Edwards, Greg Mancz, Ryan Van Demark, Alec Anderson, Kevin Jarvis

The way the season finished, it seemed safe to assume that the Buffalo Bills would be looking to make some changes to their offensive line. The most likely area they could improve was on the interior and the Bills did that by signing Connor McGovern, who previously played for the Dallas Cowboys.

However after that, this group is relatively unchanged with the only other free agent signing being guard David Edwards, who previously played for the Los Angeles Rams. The Bills were able to re-sign David Quessenberry and Ike Boettger and both could compete for starting spots at right tackle and guard respectively.

The Buffalo Bills could look to add competition through the 2023 NFL Draft but at this point this seems to be the most likely starting five for the Buffalo Bills in Week 1 of the 2023 season.

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