Offensive line: Dion Dawkins, Connor McGovern, Mitch Morse, O’Cyrus Torrence, Spencer Brown, Ryan Bates, David Edwards, Tommy Doyle, Brandon Shell(9)
It is very possible that the Bills offensive line could be the “X” factor this season for the offense. This means that the Bills' offense will go as far as the offensive line allows them to. This unit has been arguably the weakest in Josh Allen’s career up to this point. General manager Brandon Beane went out and addressed the needs, as well as brought in competition.
Connor McGovern was brought in from Dallas and will more than likely be the starting left guard. O’Cyrus Torrence was drafted out of Florida in the second round this past draft and is in competition for the starting right guard position. David Edwards and Brandon Shell were also signed to provide depth and completion at guard and tackle.
The offensive line unit will need to be able to protect Allen and allow a play to be made. Allen cannot keep scrambling off script to make the play so it will be up to Aaron Kromer, the offensive line coach, to make that happen.