Bills’ QB Trent Edwards down and out with concussion

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No one likes to watch his or her favorite quarterback hit the ground and fail to rise like a Phoenix. That’s why it was so hard for BIlls fans to watch their quarterback go down … in Phoenix … and not immediately get up.

Trent Edwards, who has been a stalwart thus far for the Bills, went down with a concussion after he was hit by the Cardinals’ Adrian Wilson.Edwards, who has been a stalwart for the Bills this season, was replaced by J.P. Losman.Just the other day, the National Post reported that Edwards brings calm to the Buffalo area with his poise and veteran-like attitude. So without Edwards, once can only assume that the calm Buffalo was growing so fond of could be gone.Coupled with the fact that Buffalo lost 41-17 and there’s obvious reason for concern in Buffalo.In related news, has anyone noticed how the Buffalo accent sounds so similar to the Chicago accent? Curious … very curious.

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