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Buffalo Bills 2010 Super Bowl Odds

NFL News - August 17th, 2009 - Written by Bruce

After winning their first four games last season, the Buffalo Bills faltered down the stretch to finish with a disappointing 7-9 record. Coming into the upcoming NFL season, the 2009 Buffalo Bills are hoping to turn it around this year and make the playoffs. The Bills made a major acquisition this off season, by acquiring the much talked about Pro Bowl wide receiver Terrell Owens. With quarterback Trent Edwards entering his 3rd season in the league, the Bills added a big time offensive player for him with the addition of Owens. These two will need to stay on the same page all season if the Bills are going to be successful this year. The 2009 Buffalo Bills will come into the season with a young but talented defense. They play in a tough AFC West Division, but the Bills do have enough talent to improve off of their seven wins last year. The 2010 Buffalo Bills Super Bowl Odds have Buffalo listed at 50:1 to win the Super Bowl this season. NFL fans can check out all of the 2010 Super Bowl Odds by visiting BetUS.

The Buffalo Bills need starting quarterback Trent Edwards to improve off his play from a season ago. Edwards finished the 2008 NFL Season with 11 touchdowns and 10 interceptions, and a less than stellar 85.4 quarterback rating. To be competitive in the always difficult AFC, the 2009 Buffalo Bills will need to get a big season from their young quarterback. By adding Terrell Owens this off season, the Bills have given Edwards the most explosive offensive weapon that he has ever had. Whether these two can form a solid relationship and put up big numbers this season, will be one of the biggest determining factors on the team's success this year. Owens is notorious for having problems with every quarterback he has played with. Buffalo will need him and Edwards to avoid any such drama, instead focusing on leading this team to the playoffs. Running back Marshawn Lynch is coming off a disappointing season after a big year as a rookie the year before. The Bills are hoping to get a big year from both Lynch and fellow running back Fred Jackson. How much success this offense will have in 2009, will largely depend on how well Trent Edwards performs in his third year under center.

On the other side of the ball, the 2009 Buffalo Bills are returning a young unit who finished in the middle of the pack defensively last season. Buffalo will need to improve of their 24 sacks from last season if they are hoping to contend for a playoff spot. They are hoping that DE Aaron Schobel will return healthy after missing last year with a foot injury. The Bills drafted Aaron Maybin in the 1st Round this year, which should help them record some more sacks in 2009. Marcus Stroud and Kyle Williams give the Bills a solid duo at defensive tackle. Linebacker Paul Posluszny broke out last year in his second season in the league. The 2009 Buffalo Bills are hoping to get a big season out of the former star from Penn State. The Bills will need their 1st Round pick from last year, Leodis McKelvin, to step in and play well as he is expected to start at cornerback this season. Buffalo has some young talented players on their defense, but they will need to be better in 2009 if they are going to contend in the AFC East this season. With Betting Lines listing the Buffalo Bills at 50:1 to win it all this year, most people expect them to be at least a year away from contending for a playoff spot.

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