The folks at Pro Football Focus have been taking a closer look at the performance of the offensive lines from 2010 (what else would they be doing right now?) and assessed which units did the best job of keeping pressure from turning into the ultimate negative play, a sack.
Buffalo’s offensive line placed 12th in the league allowing it to happen just under 14% of the time (13.92%). The two best teams were the Giants and the Colts. Naturally some credit has to go to the quarterbacks, who are the ones getting rid of the ball. But it’s a respectable place for the line to be despite all the shuffling that went on at right tackle as well as guard and center last season.
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