Bills make a change on offensive line

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The Bills will bid for a third straight win on Sunday with a new look on their offensive line.

John Miller started the first four games of the year at right guard for Buffalo after outlasting Vladimir Ducasse in a summer competition for the job. Ducasse was a healthy scratch for those games, but the team will be flipping things for their Week Five date with the Bengals.

Ducasse is active and in the starting lineup while Miller is inactive for the game. Cornerback E.J. Gaines, who was listed as questionable, will also be inactive for the game.

Elsewhere on the offensive line, the Bills have left tackle Cordy Glenn back in the lineup after he missed the last two games with an ankle injury. Rookie Dion Dawkins will remain in the starting lineup, however.

5 responses to “Bills make a change on offensive line

  1. Richie Incognito still starting for Bills and playing at a pro bowl level. Dolphins still struggling at guard. Maybe teams won’t succumb to the angry mob next time something happens.

  2. playing at a pro bowl level. Dolphins still struggling at guard. Maybe teams won’t succumb to the angry mob next time something happens.

    Ritchie is a meathead on many levels but I think that whole thing was blown out of proportion just a bit lol

  3. 2016 Miami Dolphins – 2nd in AFC East
    2016 Buffalo Bills – 3rd in AFC East w/ lil’ richie

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    2015 Miami Dolphins – 3rd in AFC East
    2015 Buffalo Bills – 2nd in AFC East w/ lil’ richie

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    2014 Miami Dolphins – 3rd in AFC East w/ lil’ richie
    2014 Buffalo Bills – 2nd in AFC East

    Teams get worse with lil’ richie incognito.

  4. Ducasse, on his 5th team in 5 years, looked horrible at times yesterday on tv. Only playing cuz O line coach had him in Baltimore. Hopefully, this will light a fire under John Miller to reclaim his starting spot.

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