Monday, September 3, 2007

The Monday's Part II: The Buffalo Bills

It's part two of The Monday's edition, here at Oh No Romo! I realized that I did a Chargers preview earlier this month. Therefore, we move on to the final division of our NFL Preview Show Extravaganza, the AFC East.

The Bills finished the 2006 season 7-9, third place in the ever competitive AFC East. To replace former RB Willis McGahee, the Bills drafted California RB Marshawn Lynch, in the first round of the 2007 NFL Draft. In this year's draft, they also picked up Penn State LB Paul Pozluzny and Stanford QB Trent Edwards.

The Bills open up at home against the Denver Broncos. They have home games against the Cowboys, the Giants and the Ravens (A must watch game for sure). On the road, the Bills will face the Redskins, the Jaguars and the Steelers.

Time for the hottest hit of the summer, the burnin yearbook style questions:
  1. Things to do in Buffalo: Eat at restaurants, go to the Albright-Knox Gallery, party at bars/clubs until 4 A.M. (And to think, McGahee stayed home)
  2. JP Losman is: Due for a breakout year
  3. Leading rusher this season: Anthony Thomas
  4. Most likely to be booed the harshest at Ralph Wilson Stadium: Willis McGahee (Note: Refer to home game schedule, above)
  5. Leading receiver: Lee Evans
  6. Bills defense: Will miss Nate Clements (So will the Special Teams)
  7. 'Kiss' song that best describes the team: 'Mr. Make You Believe'
  8. In 2007, the Bills will: Go 8-8, finishing in third place in the AFC East

See you guys tomorrow


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