3 questions for the Buffalo Bills offensive line entering training camp

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While the Buffalo Bills are in no doubt of having a franchise quarterback or a stellar defense, their offensive line has been in doubt for many seasons for various reasons. Prior to Josh Allen arriving in Western New York, the Bills offensive line which consisted of Cordy Glenn, Richie Incognito, and Eric Wood, had helped dominate the trenches. Before Allen was drafted to the Bills, Wood had retired due to a career-ending neck injury, Incognito was released and Glenn had been traded to the Cincinnati Bengals that eventually helped them land Allen. 

Since then, the Bills offensive line has been inconsistent and it seems like the Bills are not able to stick to a game plan on gameday because of the disruption upfront. The Bills have been ranked as having one of the bottom offensive lines according to Pro Football Focus.

In the offseason, the Bills brought in offensive guard Connor McGovern from the Dallas Cowboys on a three-year deal who is expected to start in week one against the New York Jets. In addition, the Bills also signed offensive tackle Brandon Shell, who last played with the Miami Dolphins as well as drafted O’Cyrus Torrence out of Florida in the second round. 

With training camp right around the corner, here are three questions that are circling the Bills’ offensive line.