Surprise Surprise

Paul KasprzakContributor IApril 5, 2010

Accroding to ESPN 980 in Washington, via, the Buffalo Bills are in on the Jason Campbell sweepstakes.  That folks is no surprise at all to this reporter.

The news is not surprising due to the fact that the Bills were in on the bidding for quarterback Donovan McNabb, which obviously didn’t pan out.  Also, head coach Chan Gailey is quoted as to saying that he wants the quarterback situation resolved come time of the National football League Draft.

Campbell would be an upgrade over the current stable of quarterbacks, but the question is how much are the Redskins asking for?

With five teams in on the bidding the price will probably start at a fifth round draft pick in this years draft and then rise up to about a third with all the bidding.

Campbell last year completed 327 of 507 passes for a 64.5 completion percentage throwing for 3,618 yards passing with 20 touchdowns and 15 interceptions.

The fact of the matter is that the reason why the Redskins were bad was not due to Campbell, but to the fact that they couldn’t run the ball or stop the run.

In the end, if the Bills land Campbell they will finally have a legitimate starting quarterback