This listed Bills "biggest need" before training camp is ridiculous

You have to be kidding me...
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Football fans should be excited that training camp will be kicking off soon in the NFL. When it comes to the Buffalo Bills, they will hit the field at St. John Fisher University on Wednesday, July 24th. Bills fans will have the opportunity to do their own scouting, watch the rookies adapt to the pro level, and observe how the team will mix together with all the changes they went through this past offseason.

There is a weakness on each team in the league. No team is perfect from top to bottom. While some teams stand out more than others in terms of weakness, each team has room for improvement at some position. The Bills have their strengths without question, but they have weaknesses for sure, but there are debates as to which positions need the most improvement. Some might say the wide receiver position stands out the most because of who the Bills lost and what they gained back. Some might even say adding more defensive line depth.

One area of the roster that is solid heading into 2024 is the offensive line, but Josh Edwards from CBS Sports seems to think differently.

Edwards released a piece about the biggest needs for AFC teams as the season approaches and Edwards makes the claim that Buffalo’s biggest need is help with the interior offensive line.

This claim is beyond wrong

Edwards mentions how Connor McGovern will move from left guard over to center now that Mitch Morse is out of Buffalo. In addition, the Bills re-signed David Edwards to a two-year deal, who was their swing tackle last season will now step into the guard position. Overall, it seems like that these changes are the reason why the interior offensive line was listed. Edwards also mentioned that it was either between this unit or cornerback.

The offensive line is arguably the best unit that the Bills have going into this training camp. Josh Allen had the best offensive line of his career last year, and James Cook managed to rush for over 1,000 yards in his first year as a full-time starter. From left to right, the Bills will have Dion Dawkins, David Edwards, Connor McGovern, O’Cyrus Torrence, and Spencer Brown. Three starters in their same spot, one moving over one spot, and the last one returning to the position he was at when he was with the Los Angeles Rams.

To say that the Bills’ biggest need is interior offensive line is completely wrong. If anything, maybe they can add more depth for training camp but when it comes to starter material, the Bills are all set.