Dick Jauron has spent three seasons running the ship in Buffalo. He has failed to make it over the .500 mark in each of the last three seasons, recording a 7-9 record in all of them.
Jauron is getting another key playmaker on this team, but will also lose one for perhaps the first three games of the season. Terrell Owens joins the team on a one-year deal and with him next to Lee Evans, you can bet Trent Edwards is going to have a solid touchdown number this season.
Marshawn Lynch won't be around for the first three games this season (pending an appeal)...and that will hurt. The Bills do have Fred Jackson on the roster, but he's currently complaining about a contract, and right now holds the leverage over his team because of the Lynch suspension and the fact that they will need to rely on him to start in his place.
Jauron is going to face the challenge of being in one of the toughest divisions, if not the toughest in the entire league. The Dolphins won the division at 11-5 last season, the Jets are going to be a force to be reckon with on defense with the addition of Rex Ryan as their head coach, and the Patriots' prodigal son returns behind center.
Pending a 9-10+ win season, I think Jauron could be replaced at the end of the year, but the Bills will definitely give him the full year to prove his value.