The Buffalo Bills will be starting rookie Chris Hairston at left tackle this Sunday when the Philadelphia Eagles come to town. Kraig Urbik will likely return to his starting right guard spot after an injury has kept him out for two weeks, but that's not a lock. As bad as being down a starting left tackle (and possibly more) is for Buffalo, Philadelphia is going through a very similar situation.
Andy Reid is shaking up the Eagles' offensive line at right guard, where first-round pick Danny Watkins will see his first action of the season. Watkins was a healthy scratch in three of his team's first four games and did not take a snap in the other despite being drafted No. 23 overall in April. He will replace Kyle DeVan, who was inserted into the starting lineup during the final week of the pre-season after he was claimed off waivers. DeVan reportedly had a rough outing against the San Fransisco 49ers last weekend.
The Eagles have really struggled on the offensive line this season, allowing several hits on Mike Vick. For a full recap of how the offensive line performed last week, check out this post from Philly.com's Sheil Kapadia. The Bills got their pass rush in gear against the Cincinnati Bengals, and could have chances to wreak havoc in the backfield this week, as well.