In Buffalo, Edwards dislodges Losman again

By Chris Cluff  |   Tuesday, November 27, 2007  |  Comments( 3 )

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Trent Edwards was promoted ahead of J.P. Losman as the Buffalo Bills' starting quarterback and will make his first start in five weeks Sunday against Washington. Coach Dick Jauron said the Bills "need consistency from that position."

Commentary: Losman turned the ball over three times in a 36-14 loss to Jacksonville as the Bills lost their second straight with the former first-round pick at QB. Edwards returns to the spot he held for four games early in the season before a hand injury opened the door once more for Losman. The Bills obviously do not have a reliable QB, which is one reason they are not a legit playoff contender.

Fantasy Football Impact: Losman would seem to have the better upside, but he has not shown it. He has four touchdown passes and six interceptions while Edwards has one TD pass and five interceptions. Neither guy has done anything to make him fantasy worthy.
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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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