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October 28, 2008

Not Edwards Fault For The Miami Loss

Filed under: Buffalo Bills — pkj11 @ 2:27 pm

Bills Look To Go 6-2 When They Face The Jets At Home In Week 9

Bills Starting Quarterback Trent Edwards Looks To Take His Bills To A 6-2 Season Record When They Face The Jets At Home In Week 9. With A Win Against The Jets, Edwards And The Bills Look To Move Back Into First Place In The AFC East.

This passed Sunday, the Bills fall to a 5-2 record and out of first place in the the AFC East. They lost to the Miami Dolphins. They failed to squish the fish. Looking at the game again, it would look like it was all Edwards fault. I say no.

I put the blame on the o-line. Especially the lazy performance of Jason Peters. He let Joey Porter and other Dolphins go right in and cost Edwards two fumbles. You expect the guy to have eyes in the back of his head? Jason Peters took the easy way out by saying that he wanted a bailout in the offseason, but as soon as the regular season came along, Peters says, no, I just wanna play. Thats not pro bowl material, thats just amatuer. I thought we were doing just find with Kirk Chambers as our left tackle. As soon as Peters came back its been going down hill for the o-line since then. They let the opposing defenses roll right past em. My opinion ditch Peters for a couple of games like he ditched us, show him whats what. Then when he decides to commit to the team and put in 100 percent he can come back and start at left tackle.

Other then the interception, and the extention that Edwards tried on fourth down that ended up being a fumble, I really don’t blame him for the loss. The team as a whole played poorly. We had plenty of chances to get into the endzone and we failed.

Our defense failed to stop Chad Pennington. Cmon. When he was on the Jets, the guy was nothing for six years, he comes to a team that went 1-15 the previous year, and all of a sudden he’s a superstar. ITS CHAD PENNINGTON! HE SUCKS! Oh well I just hope that the Bills can rebound against the Jets next week. Were coming back home, were undefeated at home so far, so we should win (knock on wood).


October 17, 2008

Fosters Future

Filed under: Buffalo Bills — pkj11 @ 2:13 pm

There are a lot of people who are set stone on their future. Yet there are some who are yet to decide on what they want to become after high school. I feel like one of those people. My future at first I looked at it pretty set in stone. I wanted to be a Boarder Patrol Officer, and work up in Canada, or in some airport, because I love airline and I love to fly. Then I would earn a pension after I retire, in 20 odd years or so.

The thing was, the more I thought about it, the more I began to relize, this may not be the field for me. I began to feel like one of those kids who has his parents tell him where he is going to college and what he is going to do. I don’t want my parents telling me how to set my future, its my future, right? I want to do a field of work that I love, I’m sure everyone does.

I began to relize, that as I worked for more people, I loved to talk and sell, so maybe I could be a businessmen. I love the game of football, I don’t know if people like it, but I love to be the boss, so maybe ’cause of my seizure condition, I can be a decent football coach in the future.

There are so many different possibilities, not just one field. I would love to go catch the bad guy in a badge and uniform, but it just doesn’t feel like the field for me. Whatever my future holds in store for me, I hope its the best. I hope everyones future is the best it can be.

One more thing, its your future, don’t let your parents choose it for you, they can lead you in the direction, but don’t let them tell you what you are going to do for the rest of your life. Its your future, YOU CHOOSE WHATS BEST FOR YOU!!

October 14, 2008

Trent Edwards “A OK” TO PLAY

Filed under: Buffalo Bills — pkj11 @ 4:34 pm

In most recent news, aka: Mondays Buffalo Newspaper, Buffalo Bills Quarterback, Trent Edwards has been physically and mentally cleared to play on Sunday against the San Diego Chargers. Edwards had suffered a concussion two weeks before at the hands of the Arizona Cardinals.

The bye week had come at a great time for the Bills at a chance to regroup their starting Quarterback, and a chance to regroup the team as a whole. Roscoe Parrish had also suffered from and injury and is expected to play against the Chargers. He had torn a ligament in his thumb and was out for four weeks due to this.

Personally, I like Losman, but I see the future of the Bills in the hands of Trent Edwards. He has the potential to be a great starting Quarterback for the Bills. I believe Losman has the potential, but will make a great fit elsewhere. We screwed him too much. He needs a fresh start.

In terms of Edwards, I wish him the best, and I hope he can play more aggresive football.  I hope Roscoe comes back too. We can sure use him on special teams. GO BILLS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

October 7, 2008

Losman Plays For First Time This Season

Filed under: Buffalo Bills — pkj11 @ 5:57 pm

Well The Bills lost this Sunday. But to me that doesn’t matter, what matters is that I got to see Losman play. Now everyone in Buffalo says that he played terrible, but you have to look at the facts of why the performance was what it was. First, he barley gets any reps in practice.

Second, he goes from starter to backup all in a matter of a view months so he is till trying to adjust to the backup role.

Third, a player with no experience in practice this year comes off the bench a cold player expected to go up against a great hard hitting defense in the Cardinals.

Now I blame the defense for the cheap shot on Edwards, they were cheap shotting us all day, and I blame Losman for the pick and the fumble, but I blame the team and the defense for letting us give up 41 points. Overall, it was a team loss. The bye week comes at a good time. Can only hope for the best. GO BILLS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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