NFL gambling fans saw Buffalo rank just 25th overall in scoring last year and their offense was the main reason for their losing record of 7-9 against the NFL lines. Buffalo had a decent rushing attack for the 2008 NFL gambling campaign but their passing game was one of the worst and a main cause of failure against the NFL lines.
Quarterback Trent Edwards will enter the 2009 NFL gambling preseason already under fire as he had a sub par 2008 performance that had NFL gambling fans furious. Edwards finished the 2008 season with an 11/10 touchdown/interception ratio and a quarterback rating of just 85.4.
To be fair Edwards did not have the greatest group of receivers to throw to but that figures to improve for the 2009 NFL gambling season as Terrell Owens has arrived from the Dallas Cowboys to add a much needed NFL gambling dimension of a scoring threat to the Buffalo attack.
Owens had solid numbers for the 2008 NFL gambling season with 69 catches, 1052 yards, 10 touchdowns and a 15.2 yards per catch average. Owens also, however, brings the usual NFL gambling baggage of his attitude and an ever increasing case of the “dropsy’s”.
Edwards other main receiver was the Bills leader last year in Lee Evans. Evans had 63 catches with 1017 yards and 3 touchdowns with a 16.1 yards per catch average. The 6 year pro out of Wisconsin only figures to improve with Owens helping to take the heat off of him and potentially free him up with less coverage.
Running back Marshawn Lynch last year had 1036 yards and 8 touchdowns. Lynch is a 3rd year pro out of California. Lynch, unfortunately, will be under suspension for the Hall of Fame Game. Fred Jackson, a 3 year pro out of Coe will replace him. Last year Jackson had 571 yards and 3 touchdowns.
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