With only five days left before the start of the regular season, the Buffalo Bills continue to make adjustments to their offensive line.
It is often said that teams use the preseason and summer camp to build cohesion and allow the offensive linemen time to work together so that they can communicate with each other and will know what the guy next to him is doing on every play.
Well, at the rate the Bills continue to play a game of musical chairs with all of their offensive linemen, the internal cohesion that is so definitely desired will be attained sometime around late October or early November.
Now, we can't blame Buddy Nix solely for this, because the 2011 NFL offseason was just one crazy unpredictable ride. I imagine if Nix had the ability to look into the future and know that they were going to acquire Nick Barnett and Kirk Morrison, they might have drafted a lineman in the third round also.
The Bills are focused on adding young talent to the offensive line, and we will detail some of the moves made this week to show what changes they are making.
I just listened to an interview Buddy Nix conducted on Tuesday, and we will share some of the insights from that session as well.