How did the Buffalo Bills try to fix the offensive line?
The Bills have been shopping for offensive linemen all offseason in order to help protect their franchise quarterback. They would land a deal with former Cowboys offensive guard Connor McGovern, who seems to already find himself in the Bills starting lineup. He would take over for Rodger Saffold, who was just let go recently this offseason and was really disappointing in 2022, as he would receive a 44 PFF grade.
The Bills would also sign offensive guards David Edwards, Kevin Jarvis, and offensive tackles Richard Gouraige and more notably Brandon Shell from the Seahawks.
The Bills also beefed up the line during the 2023 draft, as they would land on offensive guard O'Cyrus Torrence in the second round, who was noted as one of the steals in the draft. The Bills would also draft Nick Broeker in the seventh round, overall adding more line depth.