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Trent Edwards led the Bills to a surprising 5-1 start last year, but then they went 2-8 in their final 10 games to finish 7-9.
The team has the ability to make the playoffs this year and should be greatly improved. Trent Edwards had a groin injury late in the year that affected his play in the final four games.
Despite the horrible finish, the Bills have a great upside and should be greatly improved this year.
The signing of Terrell Owens will greatly help Trent, giving him the ability to stretch the field with TO, Lee Evans, and Josh Reed.
The suspension of Marshawn Lynch will hurt, but that means TO will get the ball more. The more TO gets the ball, the longer he'll be happy, and the greater the success the Bills will have.
Fred Jackson should fill in adequately until Lynch is back anyway. Statistically, Trent Edwards should have his best year yet. The run game will be strong, and the pass game even stronger.
The offensive line will be shaky, but the drafting of Eric Wood will help. Look for Trent Edwards to be a top five quarterback statistically.