QB- Losman is the primary reason the Bills will win 6 games at most this year. In college he relied on his running ability and a strong arm to force things to happen. JP is figuring out that won't work in the NFL. You need to be smart and have firm unserstanding of the game and what's going on around you. He's another guy who lacks mental capacity at the QB spot. RB- McGahee as never really wowed me. Don't get me wrong. I think he's a good back, but he lacks something in my mind. I can't put my finger on it. He'll only be as good as his O=Line allows him to be. OLine- Villarrial and Gandy are good. Everyone else is pretty suspect. I'm looking forward to see what our front seven will be able to accomplish. It could be scary WR- Lee Evans could be on the verge of being something special. Everyone else is a bunch of names, meaning recognizeable but the volume of work does not impress. None of their guys are big either, so I like the way our secondary matches up against them. TE- Not a strong point of the team, but I think Buffalo and Levy still look at Tight Ends as an extra blocker for the running game only. DLine- Schobel will keep Light very busy. How Light and the TE's handles Schobel will be the difference between winning by 14 or winning by 3. LB- Lotsa tackles from this group. Very Solid. I think they've benefitted from better D-Lines in the past, so I think their production will drop off a bit. One of their strengths going against one of our strengths...TE. DB- Very Formidable. That's all I can say. They'll be able to handle our WRs without problem, but how will they fair against our big fast TE's roaming deep in the secondary. That'll be an interesting match-up also. ST- Great special teams. Seely better have the troops in top shape for this one or McGee will be returning kicks all over our butts. My prediction is 24-13 Pats, but it'll be a fight. My opinion is if the Bills had an above average QB and a slight upgrade to the O-line, they are easily a playoff team. I love their D.