Bills will stay with Losman

By Chris Cluff  |   Wednesday, November 14, 2007  |  Comments( 1 )

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J.P. Losman, who rallied Buffalo to a 13-10 win over Miami last Sunday, will start again this Sunday when the Bills face the New England Patriots in prime time. Losman stepped back in for rookie Trent Edwards three weeks ago.

Commentary: Losman has rallied the Bills to wins in each of the past three weeks (including Cincinnati and the Jets) and is a good choice because he has a stronger arm and can get Lee Evans the ball deep. This is probably Losman's final chance to prove he can lead the Bills to wins consistently.

Fantasy Football Impact: That deep-ball potential is what is so intriguing about Losman. In the final month of the 2006 season, there was not a hotter passing combination that Losman and Evans. We'll see if they can duplicate that this year.
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About Chris Cluff

Chris Cluff spent 10 years as an editor and sportswriter for The Seattle Times. He was a key figure in the newspaper's coverage of the Seahawks, particularly during their Super Bowl run in 2005. He also has written two books on the Seahawks: "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Heart-Pounding,...
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