Through the first four games of the season, the offensive line has struggled and in turn so has the Bills’ offense.
They currently rank 31st in total offense, with a pass attack that ranks dead last and a rush game that ranks near the bottom of the league as well.
Josh Allen has been under siege since taking over at halftime in Baltimore. The rookie QB has been sacked 18 times and was dropped seven times in the loss to the Packers.
How do the Bills turn things around and jump start the offense? It starts up front.
“Win at the line of scrimmage. If you don’t win at the line of scrimmage, in the run or the pass game, you’ve got no chance,” head coach Sean McDermott said on Wednesday. “We have to establish the line of scrimmage on the offensive side of the ball and the defensive side of the ball for that matter. That’s a weekly thing; that’s not something that is new this week. It’s a weekly, football fundamental 101. We have to win at the line of scrimmage.”