First Bills unofficial depth chart shows no clarity on right side of offensive line

Head coach Sean McDermott wants to have the best five guys on the offensive line

The Buffalo Bills have released their first unofficial depth chart ahead of Sunday's 2020 season opener against the New York Jets at Bills Stadium.

One of the biggest areas of question heading into the season was the look of the right side of the offensive line. With right guard Jon Feliciano set to miss some significant time due to a torn pectoral muscle, will Cody Ford make the transition to guard, or will he stay at right tackle and have another offensive lineman take over on the inside?

However, head coach Sean McDermott was sure to not give up too many answers as he did not give anymore clarity to the situation. Instead, he listed Ford as the top guy at both guard and tackle on the depth chart. Meanwhile, Daryl Williams is also listed as a top option for the Bills at both guard and tackle. Brian Winters is the only other top option listed at guard for the Bills, while Ty Nsekhe is also in the discussion for the top spot at tackle.

Another area of focus for the roster heading into the season was at cornerback opposite of Tre'Davious White. On the depth chart, it has veteran Josh Norman listed ahead of third-year player Levi Wallace.

Elsewhere on the defensive side of the ball, the top front-four players listed on the depth chart are Trent Murphy at left defensive end, Ed Oliver at left defensive tackle, Vernon Butler at right defensive tackle and Jerry Hughes at right defensive end. Mario Addison is listed right behind Hughes on the right side, while rookie A.J. Epenesa is currently listed third on the left side behind second-year pass rusher Darryl Johnson.

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