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Bills 2021 Draft Pick: Round 5, Pick #161 - OT - Tommy Doyle - Miami of Ohio


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Whats the plan you ask......get bigger and taller and even faster. If they take a RB he better be at least 6ft 

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13 minutes ago, Foxx said:

It's a good thing Josh is tall himself. 

No doubt, some of these guys are really huge.

 

Lets protect our franchise. 

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8 minutes ago, Boyst said:

All these scores are neat and all but if they're accurate we are landing some of the best picks of all time. 

 

3 minutes ago, Figster said:

No doubt, some of these guys are really huge.

 

Lets protect our franchise. 

Seems to me the focus has been on size and strength in the trenches. on the OL side are we addressing the run game through the line? Competition breeds improvement up front?

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46 minutes ago, Figster said:

No doubt, some of these guys are really huge.

 

Lets protect our franchise. 


This is how you actually build a bully.

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23 minutes ago, KD in CA said:


This is how you actually build a bully.

That, and then you teach them how to pound the clown across the LOS from them. 
 

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2021 NFL Draft: Every Team's Best-Value Selection
 

Buffalo Bills: Tommy Doyle, OT, Miami (OH)
 

The Buffalo Bills didn't land any major steals based on B/R's draft board, but their selection of Miami University offensive tackle Tommy Doyle in Round 5 (161st overall) was still valuable.
 

The 6'6", 320-pound swing tackle prospect can provide Buffalo with depth on both sides of the line.

"Gritty, try-hard blocker with starting experience at both tackle spots," NFL Media's Lance Zierlein wrote. "Doyle will absolutely get after it and has instinctive hands and feet."
 

While Doyle should begin his career as a developmental player, he has the size and physical upside to develop into a future starter or long-term depth asset. His ability to back up both tackle spots could prove invaluable for a team looking to wade through a 17-game season and the playoffs.
 

The Buffalo Bills didn't land any major steals based on B/R's draft board, but their selection of Miami University offensive tackle Tommy Doyle in Round 5 (161st overall) was still valuable.

 

 

The 6'6", 320-pound swing tackle prospect can provide Buffalo with depth on both sides of the line.

"Gritty, try-hard blocker with starting experience at both tackle spots," NFL Media's Lance Zierlein wrote. "Doyle will absolutely get after it and has instinctive hands and feet."
 

While Doyle should begin his career as a developmental player, he has the size and physical upside to develop into a future starter or long-term depth asset. His ability to back up both tackle spots could prove invaluable for a team looking to wade through a 17-game season and the playoffs.
 

Offensive line depth is vital in the playoffs—just ask the Kansas City Chiefs—and getting it in Round 5 is a win for Buffalo.

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2 hours ago, Robs House said:

I don't trust anyone who weighs 320 pounds and isn't fat.

I wouldn’t trust him either, especially if he was drunk and coming at me in a dark alleyway. 

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