When the dust dissipated on the first wave of free NFL agencies, the Bills were the subject of a host of activities regarding their offensive strategy. Although it was not surprising to see them spend money to strengthen their offensive front, the amount of offensive offensive liners signed was unexpected.
Buffalo signed six linemen with three guards, two tackles and a leading center. Yes, the line needed upgrades, but why did the Bills also have a strong focus on free will, with virtually no consideration for being dependent on the NFL project?
This is probably because of the general consensus that the offensive line class may lack elite talent.
"At the offensive line level, although there is no prime minister, this is a top 5 that we've seen in previous years," said the NFL Network's editor-in-chief. , Daniel Jeremiah. "I think it's really a very good group, especially once you get in the middle of the first round, probably until the middle of the 3rd lap and around the 4th lap, a very good offensive line."
"Jawaan Taylor (of Florida), Andre Dillard (of Washington State) and Jonah Williams (of Alabama) are on the alert in the first round. Cody Ford is probably out of Oklahoma, "said Todd McShay, chief analyst at ESPN. "After that, there is a deposit. Kaleb McGary from Washington is a two-day player and (Ole Miss') Greg Little has great athleticism. Will he be able to maximize his potential? It is not this point. He must become stronger and more physical. You enter the last rounds to attack after that. "