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Depth Chartin: It's looking more and more like week one.

Depth Chartin: It's looking more and more like week one.

With his offense completely together it may be now or never for Alex Zordich
With his offense completely together it may be now or never for Alex Zordich
Dale Zanine-US PRESSWIRE

Offense 1 2
WR Alex Neutz Devon Hughes
LT Andre Davis Pat Wilson
LG Jansen Carlson Bob Blogdett
C Trevor Sales Gabriel Barbe
RG Graham Whinery Dillon Guy
RT Gokhan Ozkan Jake Silas
TE Jimmy Gordon Alex Dennison
QB Alex Zordich Joe Licata
RB Branden Oliver Murie - Campbell
FB Jimmy Gordon Rashad Jean
WR Cordero Dixon Ron Willoughby
WR Fred Lee Rudy Johnson
Defense 1 2
DE Steven Means Beau Bachtelle
NG Cahill - Sokoli
DE Colby Way Dale Barksdale
OLB Khalil Mack Kendall Roberson
ILB Willie Moseley Jake Stockman
ILB Lee Skinner Khari Brown
OLB Isaac Baugh Dalonte Wallace
CB Najja Johnson Carlos Lammons
SS Okoye Houston Adam Redden
FS Derek Brim Witney Sherry
CB Cortney Lester Maqus Baker

Despite the fact that Fred Lee played last week he was not on originally slated to start. That means this week, with Lee back in the staring spot, Buffalo is as close to it's week one chart as it's been since the Kent game.

The only differences

Jimmy Gordon

Now: listed as the starting full back and all alone as the starting tight end.

Week 1: Was just listed as a co starter at tight end with Alex Dennison. The Full back slot was held by Rashad Jean, who then lost it to Boomer Brock, who went out with an injury against Kent.

Cordero Dixon

Is now the sole listed starting second receiver. Back in week one he shared that role with Devon Hughes.

Christian Sokoli

Is listed as a co starter with Wyatt Cahill at the nose guard spot. In week one the only listed starter wsa Cahill.

Lee Skinner

Has moved from right middle linebacker to the left middle linebacker.

Isaac Baugh

Has taken over the outside linebacker spot from Imani Chatman

Derek Brim

Has taken over the free safety spot from Whitney Sherry