Building Buffalo Bills "All-Draft" team with picks since 2000

2021 NFL Draft
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Buffalo Bills Offensive Line

T Dion Dawkins
2017 NFL Draft
Round: 2
Pick: 63

In 2017 Dawkins played 74% of offensive snaps, since then he has played no less than 95% of offensive snaps. The best ability is availability and Dawkins is always available to suit up for a game.

G Wyatt Teller
2018 NFL Draft
Round: 5
Pick: 166

While Teller was cut from Buffalo he has since found his footing as one of the best guards in the league. It’s a technicality but he’s on this team because the Bills drafted him.

C Eric Wood
2009 NFL Draft
Round: 1
Pick: 28

A neck injury ended his career but not before he could help the Bills end a 17-year playoff drought. A fan favorite and now color analyst for the Bills radio network Eric Wood is probably the best center since Kent Hull and that is high praise.

G O’Cyrus Torrence
2023 NFL Draft
Round: 2
Pick: 59

O’Cyrus Torrence played all 1,164 snaps for Buffalo this season. A great rookie season and a start to a career that we hope will last a long time anchoring this offensive line.

T Cordy Glenn
2012 NFL Draft
Round: 2
Pick: 41

From 2012 to 2016, Cordy Glenn anchored the Buffalo Bills offense line playing no less than 91% of offensive snaps. Ironically enough, he was replaced by Dion Dawkins in 2017 which was his last year in Buffalo.