The Cleveland Browns will visit Buffalo to take on the disappointing 1-3 Bills this Sunday. á The Bills came into the season with high hopes that they would improve upon three straight 7-9 seasons, especially with the addition of Pro Bowl wide receiver Terrell Owens to match with 1,000-yard receiver Lee Evans. The slow start isnÆt exactly what coach Dick Jauron envisioned. á Particularlyátroubling is the apparent regression of third-year starter Trent Edwards, whose completion percentage has dipped from 65.5% in 2008 to 59.8% thus far. He has thrown 5 touchdown passes with 5 interceptions in the first four games. á It was expected that Owens, Evans, and third receiver Josh Reed would give Edwards all the weapons he needs. The fact that the running game is averaging 4.8 yards per carry ...
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