Predicting the Buffalo Bills starting offense after the 2023 NFL Draft

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The Buffalo Bills front office made it clear during the 2023 NFL Draft that they wanted to add more talent to the offense. They would use four of their six draft picks on that side of the ball, including their first round pick on tight end Dalton Kincaid.

The Bills had one of the top offenses in the league in terms of yards and scoring last season but towards the end of the season, and in the playoffs, there were some notable areas of concern that limited their effectiveness. The Bills have tried to address those concerns this offseason and on paper it would appear they have done a good job based on what the depth chart looks at this point.

The coaching staff will have plenty of time between now and the first week of the regular season to finalize their depth charts but at this point of the offseason, this is what they probably look like for the positions on the offense.

Buffalo Bills Quarterbacks

Starter: Josh Allen
Backup: Kyle Allen, Matt Barkley

The quarterback position is unchanged from what it was prior to the NFL Draft and it shouldn't change drastically moving forward. The Bills replaced Case Keenum with Kyle Allen, who will serve as the backup and the quarterback who is active on game day.

As for Matt Barkley, he will be the third quarterback for the Bills. He will either be one of the final players on the 53-man roster or on the practice squad to be another voice in the position room for Josh Allen.