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While the Bills have some talented offensive linemen, one thing is clear—there are a number of question marks surrounding this group as a whole. The only two positions that seem to be set at this point in preseason are Chris Williams at left guard and Eric Wood at center.
The right tackle position is shaping up to be more of a battle than many thought with veteran Erik Pears playing well and rookie Cyrus Kouandjio struggling. The rookie out of Alabama did not help his case against the Giants, either, giving up two sacks, according to Pro Football Focus (subscription required).
The right guard position is another spot that seems to be heading toward a long training-camp battle between Kraig Urbik and Cyril Richardson. Chris Brown of Buffalobills.com noted that these two were the only two taking snaps at the right guard position with the first team in Tuesday's practice.
The one position, left tackle, that could have been a real nightmare with Cordy Glenn missing time has actually been a bright spot due to Seantrel Henderson's performance so far. He played pretty well in the Hall of Fame Game, matching up against the Giants' Jason Pierre-Paul.
There are a lot of moving parts right now along this offensive line—it's certainly something worth watching to see how its members perform against a quality defensive line like the Panthers'.