Aaron Maybin Looking Sharp, But the Bills' Defense Needs Work

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Aaron Maybin Looking Sharp, But the Bills' Defense Needs Work
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Last night, the Buffalo Bills took on Terrell Owens, Chad Ochocinco, and the Cincinnati Bengals in the first game at Ralph Wilson stadium. The Bills played well and earned a much needed 35-20 victory over the Bengals. It was the second consecutive week that the Bills put up 30+ points, giving Bills fans a lot to be optimistic about.

The offense was moving on all cylinders, and quarterback Trent Edwards was displaying great pocket presence, going 13-17 for 153 yards and a touchdown in the first half, with no interceptions.

The defense on the other hand, couldn't seem to contain Cincinnati's spread attack, exploiting Terrence McGee's small stature by lining Terrell Owens against him.

This slideshow takes a look at the game from a defensive point of view.

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