The Bills look like a playoff team to me. The first time I saw Trent Edwards play in the NFL, vs the Jets, his pocket poise and talent were obvious. That was his first start as a rookie. He is a winning QB who will become a playoff Qb if healthy. They have an elite LT, a very solid rb, a downfield threat in Evans, several lesser Wrs who were underused by Losman and started to emerge with Edwards, such as Parrish. The defense can apply pressure, but the DTs are shaky if that overdrafted NC State kid never pans out. The LB corps will be every solid with Crowell and Mitchell and Poslusny et.al. The corners are shabby, so I expect them to address cb in the 1st 2 rds of the draft. There is young emerging talent on that roster all over the field. The head coach is a top notch professional who earned a lot of respect form his team for the way he handled the injury bug last season. The team became very close after the injuries, the Everett tragedy (and triumph), and the Buffalo football culture has a habit of making teams close knit. These signs of progress in Buffalo were hidden from Pats fans by the spectacular beatdowns suffered vs the Pats last season. Those blowouts will probably be a source of anger for years to come for those young Bills players who were humiliated on national TV. But with all the talk of Parcells and Mumbles Mangini the Bills can get lost, and I see them making the playoffs and providing the only legit challenge to the Pats division title hopes next season.