Cody Ford fits Buffalo Bills offensive line measurables, but where do they see him?

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Cody Ford fits Buffalo Bills offensive line measurables, but where do they see him?
Cody Ford fits Buffalo Bills offensive line measurables, but where do they see him?

Oklahoma Sooners offensive lineman Cody Ford has been in a bit of an awkward position during preparations for the 2019 NFL Draft. He played guard and tackle in college and his measureables seem to fit him in at guard in the NFL, but where do teams see him? How would Ford fit in on the Buffalo Bills and could he be the tackle they need to solidify their unit? Team fit When Sean McDermott first started coaching the Bills and he brought along Rick Dennison's zone-blocking scheme, the team drafted 6'4”, 315-pound Dion Dawkins as a tackle. His long arms helped him handle defenders around the edge, but he was still a player most analysts pegged as an offensive guard. Dennison's gone, Juan Castillo

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