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Buffalo Bills fans have to be proud of the front office in Orchard Park as of late. The Bills finished at the bottom of the AFC East once again with a 6-10 record, forcing General Manager, Buddy Nix, to make some desperate moves. Those moves included the Bills to sign free agent defensive ends Mario Williams and Mark Anderson, after years of desperately needing to upgrade their pass rush. With this time being the slow period between minicamp and training camp, lets take a look at the five best players on the Buffalo Bills right now.
5. Andy Levitre
Andy Levitre is arguably the best and most consistent offensive linemen on the Buffalo Bills’ roster. He has appeared in all 48 games of his career since being drafted in the second round of the 2009 NFL draft out of Oregon State.
Last season, Levitre was asked to play center, guard, and left tackle, performing fairly well. ProFootballFocus.com has high praise for Levitre, explaining
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