Bills camp preview

Three Burning Questions
Can this offensive line produce?
In 2005, the Bills' offensive line struggled with consistency in both phases of the game. As a unit it allowed 43 sacks on the year. In the unrestricted free-agent market this offseason the Bills signed center Melvin Fowler, guard Tuten Reyes and street-free agent Aaron Gibson. Fowler is expected to start, while Reyes is expected to compete with Duke Preston for the starting LG spot. LT Mike Gandy returns, along with RG Chris Villarrial and RT Jason Peters. Peter was the biggest surprise last season, replacing former No. 1 pick Mike Williams. Peters is considered to have the best upside on the offensive line. What does all this mean? Offensive line coach Jim McNally will have to do his best coaching job ever to get this offensive line to play with more consistency in 2006.