1.) Spencer Brown - Offensive Tackle
Even though the Bills brought in Brandon Shell in free agency from the Miami Dolphins, it is more than likely that Spencer Brown will be the continued starting right tackle in 2023. In two seasons, Brown has not been able to stay healthy or be consistent in his play.
He is going into the third year of his rookie contract, which does not have a fifth-year option. There is an argument that Brown faces the most pressure because even though he is set to start again, what about beyond this upcoming season?
His run blocking abilities have been decent as he is able to get up to the second level. Meanwhile, his pass blocking skills have not been the best which has caused Josh Allen to scramble out of the pocket and make an off-script play.
Brown will have to prove that he can be a long-term starter on the Bills after this season and it starts at training camp by improving his footwork, giving Allen extra time, and being able to stay on the field.