Bills vs. Bears Saturday Preseason Game: Bills Offensive Line Getting Owned
The Buffalo Bills certainly aren't known for their stout offensive line, but their second and third team offensive front has been having huge problems against the Bears defenders in the third quarter.
Chris Hairston, 2011 draftee out of Clemson struggled against Chicago's edge rushers and when the Bills tried to establish the run they were unsuccessful.
Bills rookie runner Johnny White rarely found a hole inside, and any runs that he pushed outside were stymied by an aggressive Bears unit.
It is hard to say what this means at this point in the game, but to me, it proves that Buffalo doesn't have quality depth on their offensive line.
They made a play at Falcons tackle Tyson Clabo but in the end he resigned with Atlanta.
The starting unit wasn't horrible, but the backups are getting owned by the Bears defensive front four right now and should throw up a red flag for the Bills coaches moving forward.