An offense with a great line and mediocre running backs, receivers, and quarter backs can still be productive. An offense with a mediocre line, good running backs, good receivers, and a mediocre quarterback can not be productive. In the NFL offensive production begins with the line. The line is the foundation of any offense. If a house does not have a strong foundation it will fall no matter how pretty the upper structures are. An offense will fail no matter how good the ball handlers are if there is no line to support them.
So why then would the Bills see fit to trade Jason Peters, and cut Langston Walker and Derrick Dockery with no proven replacements? Add to that a group of tight-ends that can neither stay healthy or block. Who is making these decisions for the Bills?
There is no mystery here as to why the Bills offense is terrible. It has no foundation on which to stand. As to the genius who made these decisions one can only speculate. One thing is sure though; the person or people that are responsible for these decisions are football ignorant.