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John Feliciano and Cody Ford were very impressive today. These two in the middle were knocking people all over the place. Feliciano was tossing people to the ground on the majority of the plays. Two huge mean, aggressive dudes that can move. Excited to what they can do this year especially in the run game. 

 

 

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Right on. I really liked what I saw tonight out of the starting OL. And that was with Morse out!

 

I'm expecting Feliciano and Ford to slide one step to the right when Morse comes back.

 

Hoping they continue to gel!

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Conversely, Bodine demonstrated why the Bills went out and made Mitch Morse the richest center in the NFL.  Please get better, Mitch.  The Bills need to be able to cut Bodine's behind.  The same goes fro Vlad Ducasse.  I'll give Spain a mulligan on his holding penalty this time, but I don't want to see him make a habit of it.   

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2 minutes ago, DrDawkinstein said:

Right on. I really liked what I saw tonight out of the starting OL. And that was with Morse out!

 

I'm expecting Feliciano and Ford to slide one step to the right when Morse comes back.

 

Hoping they continue to gel!

 

I think our line is set.

Dawkins - Spain - Morse - Ford - Nsheke 

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So Feliciano looked good at C?

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2 minutes ago, TigerJ said:

Conversely, Bodine demonstrated why the Bills went out and made Mitch Morse the richest center in the NFL.  Please get better, Mitch.  The Bills need to be able to cut Bodine's behind.  The same goes fro Vlad Ducasse.  I'll give Spain a mulligan on his holding penalty this time, but I don't want to see him make a habit of it.   

I’m not sure how Ducasse can be ahead of Teller in the depth chart.

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1 minute ago, Royale with Cheese said:

 

I think our line is set.

Dawkins - Spain - Morse - Ford - Nsheke 

This is the best combo this year.

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Just now, Royale with Cheese said:

 

I think our line is set.

Dawkins - Spain - Morse - Ford - Nsheke 

 

Nsheke played well. I dont have any problems with whatever combo of Feliciano/Ford/Nsheke they want to use as the Right side. 👍

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Better than Bodine.  

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1 minute ago, Royale with Cheese said:

 

I think our line is set.

Dawkins - Spain - Morse - Ford - Nsheke 

 

We have to get Feliciano in the starting lineup. I like:

 

Dawkins - Spain - Morse - Feliciano - Ford

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2 minutes ago, Royale with Cheese said:

 

I think our line is set.

Dawkins - Spain - Morse - Ford - Nsheke 

If Long comes back, I think it will be Dawkins - Spain - Morse - Long - Ford, with Nsekhe as the swing tackle and Feliciano as the C/G backup

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1 minute ago, Doc said:

So Feliciano looked good at C?

 

I dont know how it would work out if he had to spend serious time there during the regular season. But as of tonight, he was light years better than Bodine, and looking like a solid backup at Center or starter somewhere else in the interior.

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It’s GOT TO BE better than last year! 

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8 minutes ago, Doc said:

So Feliciano looked good at C?

 

Played better than you'd expect. Bodine OTOH, is a disaster. Boggles the mind how he started all those games in Cincy when they were making the playoffs every year.

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8 minutes ago, vincec said:

If Long comes back, I think it will be Dawkins - Spain - Morse - Long - Ford, with Nsekhe as the swing tackle and Feliciano as the C/G backup

The depth we have on the OL is great to see.  I think the competition has done wonders for Dawkins' mindset. He was way too comfy last season just having the LT position just handed to him. Dawkins - Spain - Morse - Long - Ford - Nsekhe - Feliciano and Long is a pretty solid and versatile line up. Ducasse and Bodine don't seem to bring anything but stench to the table. Though Bodine at times was serviceable last season he is clearly on the outside looking in this year.

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5 minutes ago, wppete said:

 

We have to get Feliciano in the starting lineup. I like:

 

Dawkins - Spain - Morse - Feliciano - Ford

 

The starting line up that I listed has been consistent in the last week of camp.

Ford was supposedly struggling in camp at RT.

I think if they wanted Feliciano to start at RG, he would have tonight.

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4 minutes ago, Houston's #1 Bills Fan said:

No kidding!!! GOD, he truly IS a turnstile!!

 

I love McDermott overall but he seems to have hard-to-understand fascinations with certian guys, Vlad being exhibit A. He sucks. Penalties, slow AF, I don't know man.

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1 minute ago, billsbackto81 said:

The depth we have on the OL is great to see.  I think the competition has done wonders for Dawkins' mindset. He was way too comfy last season just having the LT position just handed to him. Dawkins - Spain - Morse - Long - Ford - Nsekhe - Feliciano and Long is a pretty solid and versatile line up.

If all stay healthy and get a chance to gel then they will certainly be an upgrade over last season. That’s for sure.

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11 minutes ago, wppete said:

 

We have to get Feliciano in the starting lineup. I like:

 

Dawkins - Spain - Morse - Feliciano - Ford

 

That sounds great to me...but obviously I am getting worried about Morse's long-term health. 

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20 minutes ago, TigerJ said:

Conversely, Bodine demonstrated why the Bills went out and made Mitch Morse the richest center in the NFL.  Please get better, Mitch.  The Bills need to be able to cut Bodine's behind.  The same goes fro Vlad Ducasse.  I'll give Spain a mulligan on his holding penalty this time, but I don't want to see him make a habit of it.   

I think Bodine is gone

Mitch will be back....and we have 2 other OL that should make the team that can both play center and guard in Felliciano and Long

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51 minutes ago, wppete said:

John Feliciano and Cody Ford were very impressive today. These two in the middle were knocking people all over the place. Feliciano was tossing people to the ground on the majority of the plays. Two huge mean, aggressive dudes that can move. Excited to what they can do this year especially against the run. 

I am glad to hear good news about Ford. Feliciano too!

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32 minutes ago, JoPar_v2 said:

 

I love McDermott overall but he seems to have hard-to-understand fascinations with certian guys, Vlad being exhibit A. He sucks. Penalties, slow AF, I don't know man.

 

Completely agree, I don't get it either. Feels like Vlad has been a completely lost turnstyle for years now.

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Clearly backup C is going to be very important.  Both Long and Feliciano can play 3 positions on the line, they will be our interior depth.  Feliciano will be the backup C and first OG off the bench in case of injury.

 

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