Hoping to change the recent misfortunes of his offensive line, head coach Doug Marrone might turn to veteran Kraig Urbik to start at left guard.
Urbik, who signed with Buffalo in 2010 after spending the 2009 season with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was originally drafted by the Pittsburgh in the third round of the 2009 NFL Draft(79th overall) . The Bills claimed him off waivers in September 2010.
The Bills offensive line has been rather offensive in the past two games, giving up 11 sacks. Kyle Orton has been pressured on nearly every drop-back, making the entire offense stagnant.
While inserting Urbik into the starting lineup might not solve all of the problems, the veteran presence will likely steady a unit that has been shaky for much of 2014.
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"Obviously, we brought Chris Williams in. Chris played two games and maybe a couple of series in the last one," said Marrone. "We won both of the them and we liked what we saw in him. I think the other guys just were playing better. I don't think it was a matter of disappointment. He made the team and he's got to be ready to step up and go. If he gets the call , I'm sure he'll be ready to go."