Buffalo Bills: Is There Any Hope For the Offense?

Posted: 21st November 2009 by Eric Stashin in NFL
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The Buffalo Bills are a team that many thought would be significantly better on offense in 2009 than theyÆve shown. The addition of Terrell Owens was supposed to open up the offense, especially with Lee Evans lining up across from him.á Once Marshawn Lynch returned from his early season suspension, he combined with Fred Jackson to form a mighty one-two punch.á At quarterback, there were significant questions regarding Trent Edwards, but he was supposed to be able to take the next step and guide the team. Clearly, that has not been the case through nine games. The team is ranked 29th in yards per game at 268.2 and is tied for 28th in points with 140. In short, they have been bad. A lot of that is due to the struggles of Trent Edwards. Has he been completely awful?á No, but in his first ...

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