From a quarterback standpoint, Trent Edwards played the first quarter, (which amounted to one drive), while Brian Brohm and Levi Brown split the final three quarters.
Edwards finished with a perfect 4-for-4 in his pass attempts for 66 yards and converted on a one yard rush on a fourth down and one scenario to keep his drive alive.
He also converted on a third-down pass to David Nelson, showing an increasing amount of confidence and faith in the rookie.
Edwards also hit Lee Evans on a beautiful 50-yard pass, which Evans made a supreme effort to bring in.
With each passing week, Edwards appears to be more confident in his ability to throw the ball downfield and avoid the little checkdown throws.
Will that confidence continue when the regular season starts on Sept. 12? That will be one of the bigger issues that Bills fans will want an answer to.
For his part, Brian Brohm did okay, but nothing great. His supporting cast was much different, as he had the likes of Chad Jackson, J.P Foschi, Donald Jones, and Rodney Ferguson as receiver targets and Chad Simpson, Andre Anderson and Joique Bell to run the ball behind him.
I am sure that Chan Gailey will take all that in to consideration as he evaluates Brohm's performance.
Brohm wound up being the Bills leading rusher with 34 yards, as he was able to detect room to run and showed some decent mobility in picking up a key first down on a third-and-long play.
Out of his various possessions, he was never able to lead the Bills on a touchdown drive, and that has to be somewhat of a concern as he was not playing against the Lions first-string defense.
Levi Brown did have one touchdown drive in garbage time, but also had a highlight touchdown pass to James Hardy called back due to a holding penalty on Jason Watkins.
It would have been good for a 74-yard score and would have easily been the highlight of Hardy's preseason, but it wasn't meant to be.
Brown also had the Bills in position to score another touchdown, but he made a terrible pass in the red zone and Paul Pratt intercepted and ran it back 102 yards for a Lions touchdown.
There were enough positives from Brown that the Bills would be pressing their luck if they tried to put him on waivers with the thought of putting him on the practice squad.
It looks like the rookie has made the 53-man final roster.